How Much Does Klonopin (Clonazepam) Cost On The Street?

Medically Reviewed by Johnelle Smith, M.D on June 21, 2021

Klonopin is a common prescription benzodiazepine for the treatment of anxiety disorders. Because of its sedative and euphoric effects, people that abuse Klonopin often buy this drug from street dealers that charge anywhere between $2 to $10 per pill.

Street Price Of Klonopin - How Much Does Klonopin Cost On The Street?

Klonopin pills typically cost around $2 to $10 dollars per pill. Prices will vary depending on the pill’s strength, available supply in the area, and local demand for the pill.

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How Much Does 1 MG Of Clonazepam Cost On The Street?

A 1 mg Klonopin pill will typically cost around $2-3 when purchased illicitly on the street. In certain metro areas, this price will be considerably higher due to demand.

What Is The Street Value Of 2 MG Of Klonopin?

A 2 mg Klonopin pill will cost somewhere around $5 to $10 on the street.

Cost Of Street Klonopin VS. Klonopin Prescriptions

As expected, buying drugs like Klonopin on the street will be much more costly than when buying it with a prescription. Buying generic clonazepam at a pharmacy is very inexpensive.

A 90-tablet prescription for 1-mg clonazepam costs as low as $0.17 per pill ($15 for 90). A 90- tablet prescription of 2 mg pills costs a low as $19.

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The lowest price of generic Klonopin (clonazepam) on the street:

  • Per 2 mg tablet: $0.21
  • Per mg: $.105

A fair street price for generic Klonopin of about $3-$5 per mg is between a 2757% and 4661% markup.

Getting Help For Klonopin Addiction

If you or a loved one is dependent on benzos like Klonopin, then help is available.

Continued Klonopin use can lead to dangerous physical and mental health effects, and overdose death.

Call our helpline today to learn more about the range of personalized inpatient and outpatient treatment options to help you live a better life.

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