Cigarette prices will increase from the 1st of next month

Cigarette prices will increase from the 1st of next month

By Dhanjay Deo
Saturday 14/09/2019

Cigarette smokers will have to pay more soon as prices will increase from the 1st of next month.

British American Tobacco Fiji says the price increases are a result of an increase in the cost of manufacturing.

The company says the revised price list is only a recommendation and retailers are free to sell at prices below the specified prices.

BH Filter 10s and Rothmans 10s will cost $7.90, Pall Mall 10s will cost $7.50, while BH Ice Burst and Zesty Burst 10s will now cost $8.70,

BH Ice Burst, Zesty Burst and Supercool Burst 20s will cost smokers $17.20 while BH Filter and Smooth 20s will cost $15.80.


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