How much does a rabbit cost?
It just depends on what kind of rabbit you want. My rabbit is a
specific breed, a dutch rabbit. It cost $40.00. It is gray and
white, but can be black and white, too. My guess would be that
mixed breeds would be cheaper, like puppies.
The prices of domestic rabbits can be anything from free to thousands of dollars, depending on what rabbit you want. If you're not looking for high dollar, purebred, competition rabbits, look into adopting one from your local humane society or SPCA. Rabbits are such prolific reproducers that there are almost always more rabbits available than people who want them. If they don't have any, they will almost certainly know where they can be purchased.
Depends what you want it for. Do you want it for a pet or for show? Some people sell rabbits that are for pets for $15. Some rabbits that are really good quality can go for a lot more! Like $50 to $100. The real cost of a rabbit isn't what you pay for it, but how much it costs to keep it. Setting up a rabbit's habitat and first aid supplies, buying the regular…
well like 150 It all depends on the quality of the rabbit and what you want it for. Pet quality can be $10.00 (keep in mind that a pet quality rabbit probably should not be bred and probably will not have the correct dutch markings, that's why it is a pet quality bunny.) and a good quality Dutch Show Rabbit can cost upwards of $200.00.