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How much per month did you spend smoking, and what do you spend it on now?

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  1. nanovapr

    nanovapr Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 15, 2011
    Catatonic State, USA
    This has been bandied about from time to time in several subforums, thought I would ask again here.
     
  2. CCC

    CCC Super Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 28, 2011
    Australia
    I spent aproximatly 400 per month on smoking. Now i spend aproximatly 100 per month on vaping.
     
  3. TonyTT

    TonyTT Super Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 12, 2011
    Ottawa
    192 a month minimum. It would get alot worse during exam season...
     
  4. Keeno

    Keeno Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 20, 2011
    Indiana
    Roughly I'd spend 170.00 per month on smokes....I spend 0.00 on smokes now and alot on vaping BUT my spending on vaping will eventually decrease and I'll get down to saving some cash. I guarantee I wont spend 2,051.00 on vaping equipment and supplies in a years time.
     
  5. Mike Lowrey

    Mike Lowrey Full Member

    Jan 5, 2012
    PA
    I was spending about $400 a month on analogs.

    I'm still new to vaping, but I figure I will probably be spending about $50 a month.
     
  6. Semiretired

    Semiretired Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Sep 24, 2011
    Middle Georgia
    I spent about $140 a month on analogs and in the 4 months I have been vaping I have spent about $180 on vaping, but I still have maybe a 3 month supply left - so less than $30 a month and now that I am fully into DIY I expect to get that down to less than $25...
     
  7. Hitmetwice

    Hitmetwice Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 18, 2012
    Ontario
    Used to spend 'bout 120/month on smokes. Since I order the PV last week my smoke cost has risen, to an average of about 400/month....'cause I'm waitin' for the Provari!:evil::evil::vapor:
     
  8. pyro13g

    pyro13g Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 31, 2011
    NE Ohio
    $180.00 smoking, a little under $30.00 vaping.
     
  9. erictho

    erictho Super Member ECF Veteran

    Oct 2, 2011
    Edmonton
    i used to spend about $230 per month on smokes. that was if i was smoking without any budget restraint on my habit, just keeping it going. if need be i could spend $120-175/month, but nothing below that.
    i haven't hit a plateau for vaping costs quite yet, but i'm getting there. i maintain a pretty decent stockpile, and tend to buy a little more than i need so i don't have to worry about it. but now that it's been built i'm estimating my costs at $50-90/month. that much should maintain my stock, and give me a little room to try new things with.
     
  10. zenoland

    zenoland Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 12, 2010
    Central Florida
    I was spending around $150 for smokes and that amount was going up closer to $200 at that time. After I found my PV of choice (REO) and its initial investment along with plastic bottles and batteries, I spend around $30 for juice and perhaps another $10-12 on atomizers per month. I did spend too much money trying out various PVs but not more than I would have spent for smokes.
     
  11. fray

    fray Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    Jan 13, 2011
    arkansas
    I used to spend about 120-150 a month on cigarettes. I had a large initial cost to getting into vaping but now I spend about 30 bucks a month and the occasional mod splurge.

    DIY is the cheap way to go on juice
     
  12. Hittman1914

    Hittman1914 Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 10, 2011
    Louisville Ky
    LOL don't guarantee LOL.... I have spent close to 800.00 or maybe more.. And really don't think I'll stop buying anything I want..
     
  13. Sweeney Todd

    Sweeney Todd Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    Jan 5, 2012
    Durham, NC USA
    About 150 a month. My wife and I talked it out after I got her interested in vaping and we decided to sink two months of up-front costs into vaping supplies to get us set up for a while.

    We've had some missteps with needing a few things we didn't plan for (get backup cartos for your carto tanks, most definitely), figuring out my nic levels (I was uncomfortable until I upped from 12 to 18) and our juice tastes weren't anything like we expected, but fortunately we mostly bought sampler sizes until we knew we definitely liked a flavor. (I did have one misstep -- being a former clove smoker, I got 30ml of a generic Clove juice. Blew out my palate and an atty. Right in the trash.)

    This may sound cheesy, but I feel like my wife and I having this discussion about investing in our health and change in lifestyle brought us closer together.
     
  14. bigtiime

    bigtiime Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 15, 2011
    Virginia
    Not cheesy at all. Actually well said and I know what you're talking about. My wife of 39 years is and always has been a non-smoker so I certainly can imagine how you both feel.
     
  15. Big Screen D

    Big Screen D Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 5, 2011
    Georgia
    Roughly $500 per month for the wife and myself on cigs.

    Bought a bunch of vape stuff the first few months, but less than $100 for both of us the past couple of months.

    And we both chain vape our heads off.
     
  16. 1HitWonder

    1HitWonder Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 31, 2009
    KY
    Spent about $130 on ciggys. Now that I've got all my e-devices, which have paid for themselves by now, I spend about $50 - 75 on e-cig stuff.
    I put myself on a budget and I have stuck to it by keeping a wish list. Then, at the end of the month when I get my paycheck, I get out the list and determine what I really need, add a few things I just want and make the purchases. My DH recently got an e-kit (after much protesting and me letting him think it was his idea) he reports the thing has already paid or itself. So yeah, great savings on vaping vs analog smoking.
     
  17. kabonk

    kabonk Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 1, 2010
    NW Detroit Burbs
    $372.00 om smokes I'm figure $12 cartos and 10 on juice, but I want a vv reo or 2 and a kick
     
  18. KeysBum

    KeysBum Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 2, 2011
    Florida Keys, USA
    $400/ month smoking. More vaping, but I've got a great mod collection going.
     
  19. wickedalibi

    wickedalibi Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 17, 2010
    montana
    About $440 a month on camels. I took that money and did my current setup. I tried a bunch of sample juices for the first couple of months. The DH is so pleased that I get to take most of our tax refund and get a really nice start into DIY, a years worth of cartos, 20 attys, and a VMOD XL to try a bottom feeder (when they are back in stock). So I think in the next year my spending should be cut down quite a bit.
     
  20. Mediaguy

    Mediaguy Reviewer / Blogger ECF Veteran

    Jan 17, 2012
    MontrealQuebecCanada
    I'm not there yet but according to this http://www.ecigbeat.com/electronic_cigarettes_electronic_cigarettes/calculate_what_youll_save_on_electronic_cigarettes/
    I will be saving $1533 dollars a year when I start the vape...

    Come Monday, come Monday... I'll let you know which I'm going for - It's either going to be a www,CanVape.com (Canadian like me and ain-country shipping) or Smokeless Image | Only The Best Electronic Cigarette | Electronic Cigarettes | Wholesale Electronic Cigarettes | E-Cigarette | Best Electronic Cigarette | Electronic Cigarette (same-day shipping turns me on) starter kit, either way with an automatic battery and pre-filled cartridges... I want to take it easy on myself...

    Fifteen hundred bucks... man.

    :D
     
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