The price of this compound can vary on the market depending first on whether or not it is a pharmaceutical grade or UGL grade product. Secondly, price is influenced by the type of source purchased from. Two main sources exist: those that require minimum order limits to be placed, and those that allow small orders. Minimum order limits usually mean that the price per item is lower, and small orders without minimum limits imposed usually mean higher prices per item bought. For example, pharmaceutical grade Anavar can be bought for $2 – $4 per tablet (normally 10mg tablets) from sources that do not set minimum order limits. At the same time, underground grade from a source that imposes minimum order limits might offer it for $1 – $ per tablet containing the same 10mg per tablet. Different brands of both pharmaceutical grade and UGL grade also impose differences in pricing, as some are regarded as higher quality than others. The availability of a particular brand can also influence prices on the market as well.