The Sweet Smell of Savings

So you’ve heard that electronic cigarettes save money, but how can you be so sure? Starter kits cost a pretty penny right from the start, and then you have the costs of cartridges to consider. Those add up over time don’t they?

While these are perfectly valid concerns for anyone new to electronic smoking, they don’t paint an accurate picture of the savings that almost always occur for those who make the great switch. Here is a look at the savings, and how they can impact you in the most positive way!

How many cigarettes do you smoke each day?

The average smoker takes down about 20 cigarettes, or a pack a day. The amount you smoke directly attributes to the amount you spend.

Calculate your costs

How much are you spending on your current habit? Cigarette packs vary in price from place to place, and cost around $6 ($42 weekly) at a minimum, and somewhere around $12 ($84 weekly) in places like New York City (where everything tends to cost more). So depending on how much you spend, your yearly cigarette bill can be anywhere from $2,000 to $4,300!

Compare and contrast

The yearly average for South Beach Smoke customers in cartridge refills costs about $500, which is a really enormous amount of savings. Who doesn’t want an extra few thousand dollars when it’s all said and done? When you add it all up and look at the numbers, you can even spend big on getting the starter kit of your dreams, knowing you are going to make those costs up and then some.

If you’re vaping, you know how sweet the savings are. If you have to give it a go, we highly encourage you because you never know till you try, right? Also, just to give you a little more motivation to make the switch, we offer a 30-day money back guarantee; basically a no-risk trial! It’s much nicer on the vaping side!

 

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