To Save Money?

You will save money – the average smoker has 13 cigarettes a day, ashtraywhich works out as 364 cigarettes a month. That’s £196 a month and £2,350 a year that you could be saving by not smoking.

According to Statista, the United Kingdom is the most expensive country to smoke in throughout the whole European continent and the cost continues to rise year on year. You might be surprised at how it all adds up, an average 20-a-day smoker will spend over £300 each month.

That’s over £3,600 a year going up in smoke. What else could you spend that money on? A luxurious, all inclusive seven night holiday in the Canary Islands for you and your family of four?

Use the NHS cost calculator to work out how much you could save »

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