Wherever you get your anabolic steroids from there are certain ones that should remain far cheaper than others and while some price variation may exist there are standard going rates. Your basic testosterones and simple basic steroids such as Dianabol should always be fairly cheap. Remember, the cost of steroids can vary greatly depending on if it’s from a UG or HG line but the cost of steroids in general should be somewhat uniform. To ensure you’re not being ripped off we have listed the cost of steroids according to UG and HG standard going rates of some of the more popular and common steroids on the market. We have not included possible bulk rate pricing as this is impossible to predict but on a standard field the cost of steroids should fall somewhere in the following ranges:
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