24 November 2017 : 

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Smoking Calculator

Over one million smokers will have this year set themselves the resolution of kicking their habit.

A great incentive for stopping smoking is to work out how much money could be saved by not having to buy cigarettes anymore. Below is a calculator that does just that. All you need to do is enter in how much your pack of 20 cigarettes costs, how many cigarettes you smoke in a day and the period of time that you wish to see savings for. The calculator will do the rest.

An average male smoker smokes 14 cigarettes a day and is set to save over £1300 a year if they stopped smoking.

How much would you save...?

Smoking Calculator

Smoking Calculator
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