RYO Solutions Australia promises cigarette packs at HALF PRICE

Now RYO (Roll the own) Solutions claims to offer a way for smokers to save on their tobacco

An online retailer promises cigarettes for up to half the price offered by retailers and says their service is 100% legal.

The RYO Solutions Australia website has emerged online offering tobacco for much less than the recommended retail price after Australian smokers suffered another tax increase on September 1.

Australians already pay more in the world for their tobacco products, selling up to $ 40 per package, before the most recent tax increase.

Now RYO (Roll the own) Solutions claims to offer a way for smokers to save on their tobacco

Now RYO (Roll the own) Solutions claims to offer a way for smokers to save on their tobacco

Now RYO (Roll Your Own) Solutions claims to offer a way for smokers to save on their tobacco.

"The owner is a former executive of the tobacco industry, who is well aware of the financial difficulties imposed on smokers and their dependents," the website says.

The website offers a range of products and rolls the tobacco before sending it to the customer, claiming that this helps limit the cost.

The price of tobacco has continued to rise after a previous government and subsequent governments applied the annual tobacco tax increases of 12.5% ​​over a period of eight years.

This year is the sixth year of the rate increase, which occurs every September.

"In another strategy, the cost of RYO (roll your own) is" equalized "compared to made-to-measure (manufactured) cigarettes, which means that a RYO cigarette that consumes 7 grams of tobacco costs the same as a cigarette Made to measure King Size Cigarette, "says the website.

The price of tobacco has continued to rise after a previous government and subsequent governments applied the annual tobacco tax increases of 12.5% ​​over a period of eight years.

The price of tobacco has continued to rise after a previous government and subsequent governments applied the annual tobacco tax increases of 12.5% ​​over a period of eight years.

The price of tobacco has continued to rise after a previous government and subsequent governments applied the annual tobacco tax increases of 12.5% ​​over a period of eight years.

The website also describes how their business model remains legal.

"We use only legally paid and paid RYO tobacco, manufactured by Philip Morris, British American Tobacco and Imperial Tobacco, all the original RYO purchase records and packaging are preserved and available for inspection," he says.

For example, a package of Winfield cigarettes in a package of 20 will cost an Australian consumer around $ 30 per package, while RYO Solutions sells them for around $ 14.

The Australian government introduced recurrent indirect taxes for the first time as a means of curbing the smoking habits of Australians.

"The increase in tobacco prices, through taxes, is one of the most effective measures to reduce smoking." In April 2010, Australia introduced a 25% increase in the excise tax on tobacco and excise taxes equivalents, "the government said in a statement.

Website RYO Solutions Australia has emerged online offering tobacco for much less than the recommended retail price after Australian smokers suffered another tax increase (stock image)

Website RYO Solutions Australia has emerged online offering tobacco for much less than the recommended retail price after Australian smokers suffered another tax increase (stock image)

Website RYO Solutions Australia has emerged online offering tobacco for much less than the recommended retail price after Australian smokers suffered another tax increase (stock image)

"Australia is the only country in the world that indexes excise taxes on tobacco to remunerate the average weekly earnings of wage inflation to ensure that tobacco products are not relatively more affordable over time."

According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, total tobacco consumption was $ 3.415 billion in March 2017.

At the end of 2016, four years after recurring special taxes, tobacco licenses had fallen a total of 16.5% since 2012, when it was a total consumption equivalent to $ 4.712 billion as of December 2012.

Indicating that the special tax has stopped several people from continuing to smoke.

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