2.50 a carton--they were approximately 25 cents a pack back then. My hubby was 13 then and would sneak off and buy a pack at a little mom and pop store that was NOT close to his house. Had he gone to the one by his house--the owner would have told his dad.
Around $AU0.20 for a regular pack of 20 cork tip including tax. In 1963 the Australian Government increased the tax by four cents per pack raising the price of Peter Stuyvesant from $AU0.33 to $AU0.37.
The answer "it would of cost 5 to 10 cents back in 1955" is so untrue it makes my head spin. The cost of a pack of cigarettes was $ .25 in 1955 which translates to $2.50 per carton. The person who answered this question is either too young to remember or simply answered to see his words put in print!
$1.25 for a carton of Camel Straights
no. much less.
One pack of Newport cigarettes cost approximately $6.50 in Wisconsin.
25 cents a pack
In Austria A pack of cigarette's costs about 15 dollars in pounds
Bout £ 6.50 - 7.00 for a cheapish pack of twenty
a pack today in mexico costs about 12 dollars
A pack of Newport's are $6.48 plus tax they are $7.05 that's too much for one pack of cigarettes....