• Trish

    Actually the numbers are off a bit but I appreciate seeing it in writing. Using your figure of $30×52 weeks = $1560 a year. Myself spending $40 a week (with a $3.00 off coupon) X 52 weeks =$2020 a year on smoking. That’s a lot of money!
    I don’t know how you quit but I want to! I have to really think about this now. Thanks!

    • David/moneycrashers

      Trish

      Its sad to say, but it was ultimately the monetary factor that made me do it. But again, I’ve quit and that’s all that counts.

      I wish you luck! And thanks for commenting

  • http://www.youngandthrifty.ca youngandthrifty

    Yeah, my boyfriend still smokes! (He quit and then started again) but now is only down to 2 cigarettes a day… still bad, I know.

    Here in Canada, a pack of cigarettes is $10.

    So the cost implications are much more severe than in the states, but people still smoke here =)

    • David/moneycrashers

      Ten bucks???

      I almost wish it got that high here.. then I would have quit sooner…

      Thanks for commenting

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