It's extremely difficult to receive an organ transplant, as you must make it to the top of a long wait list before it's too late. As a result, it's estimated that nearly 10% of all organs and tissue used in surgeries come from the Black Market. The most popular organ are kidneys. In fact, 75% of organ trade on the Black Market is just kidneys. As a result, they're also the most expensive, costing $200,000.
A legal heart transplant costs upwards of over a million dollars. Most people don't have that kind of money, so the Black Market becomes a viable alternative. You can get a brand new (slightly used) ticker there for only $119,000.
Stomach transplants are relatively rare. Heck, many people have parts of their stomachs removed in gastric bypass surgery. As a result, stomachs are extremely cheap, costing only $500. You can get a new gut for less than the price of a new guitar.
Jeepers, creepers, where'd you get those peepers? Why, on the Black Market of course. They truly have everything. They're like a slightly less evil Walmart. You can get new cornea implants for $24,400, which includes the cost of the surgery.
The only successful spleen transplants thus far have been performed on rodents. We haven't quite figured out how to do it in humans yet. For now, spleens only cost $508, but that price will likely increase once medical science improves.
You can even get bones and some ligaments on the Black Market. These vary in price, but tend to fluctuate around a few thousand dollars each. Guess if you're big-boned, you can do something about it after all.
Do you suffer from gallstones? Do you have questionable morals and are great at keeping secrets? Then the Black Market is just what you're looking for. Get yourself a gallstone-less* gallbladder for only one easy payment** of $1,200.
Shoulders break down quickly, don't they? Forget going to the chiropractor, go to the seedy underbelly of society. Sure, a successful transplant hasn't been performed in humans yet, but why not stock up, just in case? $500, that's all you need.
No. Not all of your body parts are used for health purposes. Some are just collector items. A skull with all its teeth costs $1,200 for the more eccentric buyers. Remember this when you're trick-or-treating and admiring how realistic some of the decorations look. As if Halloween wasn't spooky enough.