Cost of Tobacco
A tobacco habit has a hefty price tag — both on your life and your wallet.
STOP PAYING TO PUT YOUR LIFE ON HOLD
Sporting a nicotine addiction and buying cigarettes, vape products or chewing tobacco often is paying to make your life harder. When you support your nicotine addiction, you are funding your own demise.
The average cost of a pack of cigarettes in the United States is about $7. That means if you smoke one pack a day at that price, you are spending $2,555 during the year. And that doesn't even cover the additional healthcare bills for the conditions you could develop from tobacco use like lung cancer, heart disease and more.
Spend Less. Live Better.
How much money will you save?
Quitting means you could spend that money on things that improve your quality of life like traveling somewhere new, going on a cruise with family or buying that boat you've always wanted.
How much money will you save if you quit? You do the math. What would you buy?
Number of cigarettes per day:
Cost of cigarette pack:
- After 1 month, you will have saved $450.00 and have added 10 days to your life.
- After 6 months, you will have saved $2,730.00 and have added 56 days to your life.
- After 1 year, you will have saved $5,475.00 and have added 112 days to your life.
- After 5 years, you will have saved $27,375.00 and have added 558 days to your life.