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10 Good Cheapest Cigarette Brands in 2017

Everyone always wants to save money, and this list of the 10 good cheapest cigarette brands in 2017 will help smokers do just that.

I don’t smoke, but I’m aware of how expensive cigarettes are, especially in New York. That being said, it’s an addiction, and the price of a pack or a carton isn’t going to deter anyone who’s psychologically dependent on nicotine, and I don’t judge them for that. I have a few friends who are smokers and they’re definitely picky about the brands they choose, though. It’s important if they’re wanting to spend less that they’re still getting the flavor and qualities they like in less expensive brands. Let’s be real — not everyone can afford to buy their ideal smokes every single time.

The price per carton of cigarettes depends on a few factors. One of the most important is whether or not the company sells them in the same country they’re produced in or if they’re being exported. Exported cigarettes are pricier than those that are created and sold in the same country. Another factor that impacts the price is the quality of the tobacco that year. If the weather wasn’t that great, then the price will probably be lower in a semblance of fairness to the customer. Tobacco companies are trying to step up before other companies by adding flavors to their products as well, like chocolate, vanilla, or the classic menthol.

According to Smoke Free’s report, people are spending enormous amounts of money on cigarettes. If someone is smoking one pack per day, they are spending approximately $160 per week on smokes. This may not sound huge (well, it kind of does anyway), but looked at another way, it equals about $8,300 per year. If you choose to buy cheaper cigarettes, you’re not necessarily getting bad tobacco. In fact, according to a lot of people, the giant tobacco companies use this trick to lead you to believe that more expensive cigarettes are the best. The cost of smoking, however, isn’t always the monetary cost; it also affects your health. If you’re trying to decrease the amount of nicotine and tar you’re consuming, take a look at our list of the 5 Healthiest, Least Harmful Cigarettes with the Least Chemicals.

However, if you enjoy smoking cigarettes that are just the way you like them, but your budget is shrinking, this list will be your best friend. We took the cigarette brands by their sales according to the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention as our starting point. Considering the huge price differences among states, we decided to look at online retailers to get a more accurate conclusion. We looked at Duty Free Depot, KiwiCigs, and USA Cigarettes. From each, we took the best brands calculated by their sales, picked their cheapest product, and calculated the average price. But, keep in mind that the price varies from one state to another 

Keep reading for our list of the 10 good cheapest cigarette brands in 2017.