GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Statistics About The Most Expensive Cigarettes

In this post, we explore the world of high-priced cigarettes, uncovering the staggering costs associated with various premium brands across different countries. From the luxurious Treasurer Luxury Black to the steep prices of Australian and American cigarettes, we delve into the global landscape of tobacco pricing. Learn about the most expensive cigarette brands and discover which countries top the charts in terms of smoking costs.

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"One of the most expensive cigarette brands is "Treasurer Luxury Black", which costs up to $67 for a 20-pack."

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""Sobranie" cigarettes from Russia range from $10-$15 per pack but can reach up to $12.80 for their highest-end Black Russian variety."

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"Davidoff's "Supreme", "Mild", and "Light" lines can range in price from $30 to a little over $40 per packet."

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"Japanese cigarette brand "Mevius" charges up to $15 per pack."

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"Nat Sherman cigars can range anywhere from $10 to $52 per pack."

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"Australia is the world's most expensive country to be a smoker, costing an average of $27.02 for a pack of 20 cigarettes."

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"In the United States, cigarette prices can reach up to $12.85 per packet in New York."

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"Treasurer Aluminum Gold is one of the most expensive cigarettes in the world, priced at £230."

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"In Norway, the average price of a pack of 20 cigarettes is 12.91 Euros."

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""Dunhill", a British cigarette brand, costs around $9.30 for a pack of 20 smokes."

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"British American and Imperial Brands raised the price of a pack of cigarettes by 12.5 percent in 2017, which resulted in a pack costing up to $40 in Australia."

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"Treasurer Aluminum Black is also one of the most expensive cigarette brands, with its price reaching £230."

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"In the UK, the average price of 20 cigarettes reached £12.73 in March 2021."

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"Mayfair brand cigarettes, popular in the UK, typically cost around £11.15 for a 20-pack."

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"Benson & Hedges, a popular brand in the UK, typically cost around £14.50 for a 20-pack."

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"A pack of Vogue cigarettes in Australia can cost up to AUD 29.50"

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"Marlboro, one of the world's most popular brands, can cost up to $14.50 for a 20-pack in New York."

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"In Canada, a 20-pack of cigarettes can cost up to CAD 18.37."

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The data presented reveals a wide range of cigarette prices across different countries and brands, with notable extremes such as Treasurer Luxury Black, priced at $67 for a 20-pack, and Treasurer Aluminum Gold at £230. The statistics underscore the significant financial burden that smoking can impose on individuals, particularly in countries like Australia and the UK where cigarette prices are notably high. The variations in cigarette pricing reflect the complex interplay of factors such as taxation, brand positioning, and regional preferences shaping the market dynamics in different parts of the world.

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