30-Day Countdown to Quit Smoking

Is your approaching quit date giving you cold feet? These 30 reasons to quit will keep you motivated
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You’ll save money—lots of it

Smoking does a number on your wallet. A pack of cigarettes now costs more than $5 on average—with some states tacking on additional taxes that raise the price even more. In New York City, local taxes have pushed the cost of a pack to more than $10. Quitting can also be costly (depending on which aids you use), but once you kick your daily habit, you will likely find your bank account is healthier too. Cutting out cigarettes—whether you light up once or more than a dozen times a day—can save you hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars each year.