Saving money is a great motivation to quit smoking. For example, answer this question for yourself, "How many times have I decided to buy cigarettes instead of food?" Or, "How much money do I spend on cigarettes every week? What could I have done with that money instead? Have I had to pass up something that I really wanted because I couldn’t afford it?" If you quit smoking, you won't have to make these kinds of choices again; 'think of the money' you'll be able to spend on things you really want or need. The average pack a day smoker will save over $2000 a year. For your own savings, enter your stats in the online Savings Calculator.
Articles in this section
- What do I need to quit?
- How do I get off the fence about quitting?
- What should I do if I'm afraid to quit?
- Why do I need help to quit?
- Am I too old to quit?
- How do I pick a Quit Date?
- How do I build a support network?
- Should I quit cold-turkey?
- Should I take quit medications?
- How can the QuitNet community help me quit?