We hear this question very often and the answer is that it depends on so many different factors. Because this is the case, we need to actually see your vehicle and inspect your brakes. We need to determine how they have worn. Is one side more worn than the other? If this is the case then you could possibly have a hydraulic problem. Do you have a caliber sliding problem? Do the rotors have enough metal thickness to be resurfaced safely for the next set of brakes? There needs to be enough metal remaining so that the heat that is generated by the braking action can be dissipated. We need to be aware of this information before an accurate price can be given. Give us a call and we will be happy to help you.