One of the questions you may be asking yourself is this:
“Am I really saving money by switching to vaping??“
The answer is a resounding…maybe. Let me explain.
Let’s say you are a pack a day smoker. A pack of cigarettes costs $4.75. In one week, you could be spending $33.25 on cigarettes alone. By the end of the month, that’s over $140 on cigarettes. Over $1700 dollars by the end of the year!! But as a smoker, seeing the $4.75 daily seems like it’s not as bad as forking over almost $2000 in one shot for a year’s worth of cigarettes.
Now for vaping…
You need two major things to vape. Juice and a vaporizer. You don’t actually need a large MOD in order to vape. There are actually devices that look like ink pens, and can do the job perfectly well for $20-$25 bucks. For me personally, I liked seeing a larger cloud production so I didn’t mind paying the $65 for my device. In the long run, I wish I knew then what I know now and it may have saved me the $25 bucks. Regardless, the major price tag on a vaporizer is a major turn-off for a lot of people. Trust me, though, when I say that it’s worth it. Even if you paid $50-$75, you will have a device that is reliable and that you will take care of in the long run (not like those lighters you are constantly losing out of pockets or in between couch cushions).
The juice is the main regular purchase, though. A 15ml bottle cound cost you anywhere from $6 to $20, depending on the brand. Personally, I go through about 3ml a day if I’m dripping. Even if you do the simple math, that equates to $4 a day of juice that I am going through of the higher priced brands. The tricky part is finding a
Part of why I am doing this blog is because I want to help people getting into vaping to have a good idea on what brands they are looking for. I’m not trying to sway anybody’s decision in any way, I’m just trying to give you as much information as I can.
Please let me know if you have any questions or if I can help in anyway.
In the meantime, Vape On!!
Categories: Making the Decision