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Do you spend more money on the liquid?
#1
I've started using vapers because I thought they will be cheaper overall. And they were : I used to spend more on regular cigars than on the liquid for the vaper. What about you? Did you manage to save some money with it?
#2
I've absolutely saved money. My husband and I used to spend about $250/month on cigarettes. Now, we spend maybe $60 on liquids and tanks. I would like to cut that cost in half though, but at the moment, I'm happy with that number!

Our vape shop has a buy 2 get 1 free deal on liquids so we can usually buy enough for a month and not have to go back each week!
#3
Same here, I spend a whole lot less on the items that one would typically buy on a regular basis such as ejuice.

Unfortunately, I am kind of addicted to trying new tanks and mods to get that perfect setup so I have spent quite a bit over the past few months. But, if you factor out the frivolous spending i don't spend anywhere near what I used to when I smoked almost two packs a day.

I just got a new rebuild-able tank in the mail today so once I have had a chance to use it for a few days, I will post a little review in the appropriate forum with pics and such.
#4
Of course.
I mean.. I spent like 300-400$ a month on cigarettes and I spend like 80$ on vaping each month.
#5
This is great, guys! It's good to hear that you've saved a lot of money with it. I used to spend 120 dollars a month on regular cigs and now I don't spend more than 50 dollars on the liquid.
#6
About how much should the liquid even cost?
#7
rracz89 Wrote:About how much should the liquid even cost?

I usually don't spend more than about 10 bucks for a 30ml bottle, Im in the the states like yourself. I usually order mine online so the shipping adds a couple bucks which usually comes out to about what my local vape shop sells the same size bottle for.

To get a 236ml bottle to do the dilution method of getting off nicotine that i mentioned in one of my replies to you, it costs about $35 plus shipping
#8
Quick question: one thing I have noticed is that I do seem to be buying more liquid now that I've gone down in nicotine level. Is that unheard of? Am I vaping more to compensate for the nicotine level? Or do the lower nicotine levels evaporate faster? It's just something I've noticed since I've been using 6 mg liquid.
#9
apike Wrote:Quick question: one thing I have noticed is that I do seem to be buying more liquid now that I've gone down in nicotine level. Is that unheard of? Am I vaping more to compensate for the nicotine level? Or do the lower nicotine levels evaporate faster? It's just something I've noticed since I've been using 6 mg liquid.

You are probably vaping more to compensate, that happened to me so I kept a bottle of higher nic juice to give my regular juice a little boost when I felt I really need a quick fix.

You might want to consider going back to 12mg for a bit while you are working to get off the real cigs, you don't need the lack of nictine fighting you while you break the oral fixation of real cigs first.
#10
All of my friends have saved more than 50 dollars with vapers. Liquid is simply superior, cheaper, healthier and smells way better than the other substances.
  


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