Prix Cigarettes – Cigarettes prices

Prix du tabac dans le monde – Tobacco prices in the world





Taxe USA

Enacted Cigarette Excise Tax Rates per 20 Pack (in $) by Tax Rate
Includes Increases Effective July 1, 2010

New York (2.75 until July 1, 2010) 4.35 Iowa 1.36
Rhode Island 3.46 Florida 1.339
Washington 3.025 Ohio 1.25
Connecticut 3.00 Oregon 1.18
Guam 3.00 Arkansas 1.03
Hawaii (2.60 until July 1, 2010) 3.00 Oklahoma 1.00
New Jersey 2.70 Indiana 0.995
Wisconsin 2.52 Illinois 0.98
Massachusetts
2.51 California 0.87
District of Columbia 2.50 Colorado 0.84
Vermont 2.24 Nevada 0.80
Puerto Rico
2.23 Kansas 0.79
Alaska 2.00 Mississippi 0.68
Arizona 2.00 Nebraska 0.64
Maine 2.00 Tennessee 0.62
Maryland 2.00 Kentucky 0.60
Michigan
2.00 Wyoming 0.60
New Hampshire
1.78 Idaho 0.57
Northern Marianas
1.75 South Carolina (0.07 until July1, 2010)
0.57
Montana 1.70 West Virginia
0.55
Utah (0.695 until July 1, 2010) 1.70 North Carolina
0.45
New Mexico (0.91 until July 1, 2010) 1.66 North Dakota
0.44
Delaware 1.60 Alabama 0.425
Pennsylvania 1.60 Georgia 0.37
Minnesota 1.56 Louisiana 0.36
South Dakota 1.53 Virginia 0.30
Texas 1.41 Missouri
0.17

Enacted Cigarette Excise Tax Rates per 20 Pack (in $) by State or Territory
Includes Increases Effective July 1, 2010

Alabama 0.425 Montana 1.70
Alaska 2.00 Nebraska 0.64
Arizona 2.00 Nevada 0.80
Arkansas 1.15 New Hampshire 1.78
California 0.87 New Jersey 2.70
Colorado 0.84 New Mexico (0.91 until July 1, 2010) 1.66
Connecticut 3.00 New York (2.75 until July 1, 2010) 4.35
Delaware 1.60 North Carolina 0.45
District of Columbia 2.50 North Dakota 0.44
Florida 1.339 N. Marianas Islands 1.75
Georgia 0.37 Ohio 1.25
Guam 3.00 Oklahoma 1.03
Hawaii (2.60 until July 1, 2010) 3.00 Oregon 1.18
Idaho 0.57 Pennsylvania 1.60
Illinois 0.98 Puerto Rico 2.23
Indiana 0.995 Rhode Island 3.46
Iowa 1.36 South Carolina (0.07 until July1, 2010) 0.57
Kansas 0.79 South Dakota 1.53
Kentucky 0.60 Tennessee 0.62
Louisiana 0.36 Texas 1.41
Maine 2.00 Utah (0.695 until July 1, 2010) 1.70
Maryland 2.00 Vermont 2.24
Massachusetts 2.51 Virginia 0.30
Michigan 2.00 Washington 3.025
Minnesota 1.56 West Virginia 0.55
Mississippi 0.68 Wisconsin 2.52
Missouri 0.17 Wyoming 0.60


Cigarette Excise Tax Facts

  • The federal cigarette excise tax increased to $1.00 on April 1, 2009.
  • At least 24 states: Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah and Washington use cigarette excise tax revenue to fund their tobacco control programs.
  • Cigarette smoking is the leading preventable cause of death in the United States.
  • The U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention estimates that health costs caused by smoking total $7.18 per cigarette pack sold and smoked in the United States.
  • According to the CDC, cigarette smoking was estimated to be responsible for $193 billion in annual health-related economic losses in the United States ($96 billion in direct costs and $97 billion in lost productivity).
  • Adolescents and young adults are more responsive than adults to changes in cigarette prices.
  • Increasing a cigarette excise tax can result in stockpiling of cigarettes prior to the implementation of the tax and a temporary drop in sales immediately following the tax increase.

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