According to an online poll of US e-cig users, switching from smoking to e-cigarettes can save up to $1,500 per year.
With cigarettes costing between $6 and $14 in the US depending on the state, and many smokers require an entire pack per day, or even more.
The poll by LendEDU published in The Washington Times said that e-cigarette users had saved an average of $1416.60 per year.
Evaluating the vape consumption of 1000 users, they were asked to determine how much money they’ve saved by making the switch.
71% said they have saved money by switching to smoking, as opposed to 19.6% that said they haven’t been able to save money.
Americans say that they normally spend an average of $80 on the e-cigarette device, and then $60 moving forward on e-liquid and accessories every month.
Needless to say, the vaping industry has really grown over the last few years, and is it is now estimated that US e-cig sales were greater than $2.35 billion.
A recent US study found that local e-cig bans stop smokers quitting.