just go to the cigarette counter and ask them which cheap brand is most popular...its not exactly difficult!
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- 27-01-2009 10:50
- 27-01-2009 10:58
Next time you or a mate goes on holiday, get them to get to a couple of thousand marlboro lights from duty free. That's much cheaper.
Although I like them better when tax is paid on them, it makes it morally justifyable.
(Original post by Annie72)
- 27-01-2009 13:17
Windsor Blue are, in my opinion, rough and they hurt my throat....dont know about Pall Mall so cant comment on them. I smoke Rothmans Royals which are £4.64 for 20 and £5.57 for 24.
(Original post by Bagration)
- 27-01-2009 13:36
Get some flavoured rolling paper, too. And don't use a roach or a filter
(Original post by burninginme)
- 27-01-2009 13:40
I made a post on here a couple of weeks ago, and upon the suggestion from a few people that JPS cigarettes are the way forward in terms of saving money, I decided to give them a try. I brought a pack of JPS Blues and I have to say they are the worst cigarettes I've ever smoked. They burn rediculously quickly, they taste somewhat chemically (I know that's a bit of a contradiction, but the taste is just not nice), and they are generally just unpleasent cigarettes, even the physical quality of them is poor. They are rediculously short too.
So, can anyone suggest a budget brand that has a resonable taste and slow burning? Marlboro Lights is my favourite cigarette, but I can't really afford them any more.
(Original post by Thud)
- 27-01-2009 13:45
Anyway, like most other people said, roll-ups. Mayfair is quite cheap I think?
- 27-01-2009 13:48
richmonds are a good shout, prefer the king size ones over superkings though.
they are getting more expensive for some reason which is a shame as i smoke them out of choice
other than that rollies are the way to go
- 27-01-2009 17:45
High horse. Try getting off it.