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Tramadol Prices: How Much It Costs?

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Find some guidelines and information, including the illegal street price of 50 mg of tramadol in this article. It is a good strategy to stay up to date with current prices. Know legal and illegal prices of tramadol to understand that there is no reason to purchase this medication illegally.

Note that it is illegal to buy Tramadol from any source except the licensed pharmacy. Make sure not to purchase this or any other medication from an unauthorized seller. Do not buy the substances on the streets as it is both dangerous and illegal!
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How Much Should I Pay For Tramadol?

The cost of Tramadol varies from location to location, but typically costs between $1-5 per pill on the street. It’s worth knowing the fair prices in pharmacies for tramadol. One can use that information to compare it to the local tramadol 50mg street price.

Legal Tramadol Price

Many pharmacies accept the discount card. The condition of using that coupon is to pay with cash. It is also not valid with insurance plans. The card can be a good solution for people who don’t have insurance. There’s a large variety in the number of pills one can acquire. Patients can buy at minimum six pills and at most 1000 pills at once. The full choice is: 6, 8, 9, 12, 15, 20, 30, 40, 45, 50, 60, 90, 100, 120, 180, 240, 270, 300, 500, or 1000 tablets. The greater the number of pills the patients buy, the smaller the price per tablet. Let’s see some examples of what one would pay for 50 mg of tramadol, otherwise known under the brand name Ultram:

  • The smallest amount to buy at once is six pills. That would cost one $8.31, which is $1.39 per pill.
  • If the patient buys 15 pills, the cost per tablet decreases to $ 0.79.
  • When buying 50 pills, the cost per unit is $0.51.
  • Users pay between $0.14-$0.145 for a set of 100 tablets
  • The price of 300 tablets is $121.50, which corresponds to $0.41 per unit
  • The most significant variation of rate is for a set of 500 tablets. It can cost between $42.80-$198.50, which is between $0.09-$0.40 per single pill.
  • $0.08-$0.39 is the cheapest cost per unit, but one would have to buy 1000 tablets.

A Walgreen’s user reports another solution to obtain cheap tramadol pills legally, by purchasing a Walgreens card. With a $20 Walgreens card, the person could legally buy 180 pills for $20.

Tramadol Street Price

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The cost of tramadol doesn’t only vary according to the quantity the person purchases at once; it also depends on the geographical location.

Buying Tramadol in the streets is an illegal practice and may cause incarceration. The only safe way to obtain Tramadol is to buy it in the pharmacy with a valid prescription.

Tramadol 50 mg Pill

The following information was obtained from unofficial sources.

Most recently, someone paid $3.33 for a 50 mg tablet in Springfield, Illinois on October 30th.
On October 29th, the price was $5 in Georgia, $0.05 in Olathe, Kansas, $1 in Portland, Maine and $3 in Washington.
Two users paid both $1 in Kentucky and Florida, while another one paid $5 in Avon, Indiana on October 28th.
Here are some entries for October 27th: Someone paid $2 in California, in Atlanta, Georgia, and York, Pennsylvania, whereas the cost was only $1.5 in Corpus Christi, Texas. On the other hand, another person paid the price of $50 in some area of Pennsylvania.
The cost entered on October 21st, and 25th varies between $0.50 in St. Clair, Minnesota to $10 in Williamsburg, Virginia. The price was $5 in North Carolina, and some two locations in Pennsylvania, $4 in Houston, Texas and $3 in Gainesville, Georgia. People paid $2.5 in Missouri and $2 in Pennsylvania, Indiana, and Tennessee. Ohio seemed to have the lowest street prices with $1 on October 22nd.

Other Less Common Formulations of Tramadol

  • Tramadol 37.5 mg pill. Two users paid $5 in New Jersey on October 30th.
  • Tramadol 150 mg pill. A user reports paying $2 for a 150 mg tablet in Bryan, Texas on October 29th.
  • Tramadol 200 mg pill. One entry from October 28th reads a customer paying $3 for a tablet of 200 mg in California.

Where Can One Buy It?

Tramadol is a prescription drug, so most people buy it on a physician’s order. However, not everyone can afford it, and many people look for other means way to obtain tramadol.
Many tramadol users buy the drug in foreign countries, where it is not illegal to buy without a prescription. Some people ignore the fact that this procedure is also criminal in the United States. But many users are aware of it and take risks anyway.

Do not try to buy substances abroad or to traffic them to the US as it is illegal and dangerous!
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Roger Weiss, MD

Dr. Roger Weiss is a practicing mental health specialist at the hospital. Dr. Weiss combines his clinical practice and medical writing career since 2009. Apart from these activities, Dr. Weiss also delivers lectures for youth, former addicts, and everyone interested in topics such as substance abuse and treatment.


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