On the internet (via the Darknet), prices for Xanax can be much less. Enough Alprazolam (the non-branded drug name) for 500 Xanax pills can be bought for as little as $50.
Should I buy non-prescription Xanax bars?
No, it is illegal to buy and use Xanax without a prescription. Legal consequences of selling Xanax illegally can include 10-15 years in prison. Furthermore, Xanax bars bought on the street do not contain know amounts of Alprazolam, which greatly increases the risks of overdosing. Only purchase Xanax from a pharmacy with a doctor’s prescription.
Xanax on the Street
Xanax is one of the most popular and addictive prescription pharmaceuticals available today. This high-in-demand drug is not only available in pharmacies, however, but on the streets of the U.S., Europe, and around the world. The street price of Xanax has been stable over the last twenty years, but predictions indicate that the street price of this popular anti-anxiety drug will decrease in the future.
The price of Xanax sold on the streets depends largely on the supply and demand in a specific location. Some states in the U.S. are over-saturated with Xanax dealers, while in some European countries there are many addicts and only a small number of dealers.
The average street price of Xanax is approximately $2 per 1 mg, $4 per 2 mg, and $6 per one Xanax bar.
Street Price of Xanax in the United States
On the east coast, dealers typically sell Xanax for $2 per 1 mg or $4 per 2 mg. In this area, addicts are willing to pay up to $20 for a 2 mg pill. Philadelphia is one of the most populous city in the U.S. and the largest city in the state of Pennsylvania. Addicts in this thriving metropolis can easily attain Xanax for $5 per 2 mg.
The situation in New England is slightly different. Xanax street prices in this area reach an astounding $10 per 1 mg pill.
In southern regions like Texas, the second largest U.S. state, Xanax used to be very inexpensive before 2010. Buyers could purchase two 2 mg Xanax pills for $5. In response to difficult economic conditions, the price of this street drug has gone up, and today users may pay up to $5 or even $6 for one 2 mg pill. In South Carolina, this narcotic typically costs $7 per 2 mg.
In Midwestern states such as Michigan, a 0.5 mg Xanax pill can be purchased on the streets for $3, while on the west coast, such as in California, prices vary from $3 to $7.
Xanax Prices on the Darknet
On the Darknet, an anonymous part of the Internet where illegal activities are often carried out, a Xanax bar can be ordered for $2 or $3. Addicts and dealers also may buy pure Alprazolam powder and make the pills themselves. An amount of Alprazolam equivalent to 500 Xanax pills can be purchased online for only $50.
One important difference between Xanax street prices and Xanax Darknet prices is that prices on the Darknet are not as stable as street prices. Darknet prices tend to fluctuate more quickly.
What Does The Law Say?
For possession of equipment and ingredients used to make Xanax pills, dealers can get up to ten years in prison. Evidence of intent to sell the Xanax can add five more years to the sentence. In worst case scenarios, the culprits could also receive a life sentence.
Needless to say, Xanax is a highly addictive and very dangerous drug. On the streets, dealers often sell home-made pills and bars that contain uncertain amounts of Alprazolam powder, which increases the possibility of overdose and prolonged blackouts.
Given the dire side effects, it is imperative to avoid self-medication and only purchase Xanax with a doctor’s prescription at a pharmacy.