How much do you spend on vaping every month? Is it really so cost-effective compared to regular cigarettes as everyone claims? Have your bills increased or decreased after switching to a vaping kit? Do you feel any changes to your budget at all?
Let’s figure everything out step-by-step.
The Cost of Vaping
Let’s talk about the real cost of vaping. Those who have already switched from regular cigarettes to a vape clearly understand how expensive vaping can be. And that is true. Very often people think about vaping as the cheapest alternative to the expensive cigarettes, which they were buying for years. In fact, sometimes electronic cigarettes make people spend hundreds or even thousands of dollars. And that is not a joke. Yes, a lot of the vaping stuff is quite expensive today. But, why don’t we talk about the other part, which is extremely cheap too? Electronic cigarette products, as any other products on the market, can be both very expensive, or even luxurious, as well as very cheap and affordable for everyone.
You can easily spend the same amount of money on the buckets full of ashes and cigarette boxes, as well as a very expensive and chic collection of vapes. Everything depends.
As we have already mentioned, there are different vaping kit models on the market right now. If you want, you can spend 300$ on a refillable vaping kit and use it for a couple of years or you can spend those 300$ on a block of cigarettes to smoke it during a couple of weeks only. Can you see the difference? At the same time, you don’t have to spend 300$ on a good vape. You can easily find a vaper of a similar quality at a lower price. There are great vapes for 30$, 50$, etc. By no means, you don’t have to spend hundreds or even thousands of dollars for a vaping kit if you don’t want to. For example, among the cheapest models are:
- VLP5 Disposable Vape E-Cigarette;
- Tecc Tab Starter Vape Kit;
- Suorin Air Complete Starter Kit;
- Eleaf iCare 110 Vape Starter Kit;
- Aspire K4 Starter Vape Kit, etc.
So, how much can you save using a vape? An average solid smoker uses up to 2 packs of cigarettes a day. That is about 20-25$ a day. So, each month an average smoker easily spends about 600-750$ on cigarettes. Can you believe that? And now, let’s try to calculate your expenses while having a vape. Let’s imagine you want to get an original vaping kit, which costs a little bit more, being around 100$ approximately. You can use it for a long period of time, spending just a few dollars on vaping liquid only. So, in which case do you think you’re going to spend less?
To make a long story short, a vape is definitely a cheaper and better alternative to any regular cigarettes.