Stephen O’Brien, 22 and 19-year-old Jonathan Stott were locked up for a combined stretch of nine years and two months, after being found guilty of possession with intent to supply heroin and crack cocaine at Warrington Crown Court on Tuesday.
Northwich officers raided a flat at Chapel Court, off London Road, on September 30 last year and recovered around £200 worth of class A drugs.
But during the trial is was claimed the pair were peddling around £1,000 worth of heroin and crack a day over a three-month period - meaning they could have raked in almost £100,000.
Cheshire Police spokeswoman Shelley Williams said: "The prosecution proved they were organising a large scale supply of class A drugs on a daily basis over a period of three months.
"We welcome the sentences imposed. This sends out a strong message to those who consider drug dealing to be a lucrative way of life that drug use and distribution will not be tolerated, and will be dealt with robustly."
O’Brien, of Saxon Crossway in Winsford - formerly of Granville Drive, Leftwich - was given a five-and-a-half year sentence for drug dealing, plus another 12 months for burgling a house on Middlewich Road in Winsford in October.
Stott, of Rowan Road in Weaverham, was jailed for 32 months.