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Making Cents Out of Vaping

So how much can you actually save by switching from smoking to vaping? Below is a cost analysis to show the money saved when making the switch.

Example analysis for someone who smokes a pack a day:
 $6.00 (cigarette pack cost) x 365 days a year = $2190/year

For E-Cigarettes, we have included the Starter Kit cost + Replacement Parts cost + eliquid.

For the starter kit, we used an above average Starter Kit ($40), a generous every other month atomizer coils replacement ($64/year). Batteries generally last 3 months which means you will need to purchase two more batteries during the year ($28/year). A 10ml bottle of eliquid will usually last a little longer than a week for someone who smokes a pack a day ($208 a year).

$40 (starter kit) + $64 (atomizer) + $28 (batteries) + $208 (eliquid) = $340/yearly


Estimated savings


$2190 (smoking cost) - $340 (vaping cost) = $1850 savings annually

Note: Although many vapers will agree that these figures are accurate, there are too many variables to arrive at an exact calculation.

Please use our savings calculator to see what you will save by switching!

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