Smokeless

“Don’t be too stubborn to get help.”
— Ronnie

“Don’t be too stubborn to get help.”
— Ronnie

Dip. Snuff. Chew. Whatever you call it, smokeless tobacco isn’t safer than cigarettes. It contains up to four times the nicotine, and it causes serious health problems. Take it from Ronnie. He’s a husband, father, and seven-time cancer survivor.

Smokeless tobacco isn’t safer than cigarettes. Take it from Ronnie. He’s a husband, father and seven-time cancer survivor.

Need More Facts? Chew On This.

Smokeless tobacco causes tooth loss and gum disease, plus mouth and throat cancer. It’s also expensive. A two-can-a-week habit costs about $500 per year. Ready to kick the can?

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All plans include at least a two-week supply of free NRT. It’s the best way start your tobacco-free journey.

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Shaun Quit Tobacco And Cashed In.

Shaun Quit Tobacco And Cashed In.

When Shaun quit dipping, he threw his savings in a jar. After just seven months, he had a down payment on a new ride. See how much you could save with our Tobacco Cost Calculator.

Just seven months after quitting, Shaun saved enough for a down payment on his new ride. How much could you save?

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Why Should You Think About Quitting?

Why Quit?

Healthier lungs. A stronger immune system. A sharper sense of taste and smell. When you quit tobacco, these are just a few of the benefits. From saving money to a longer life, explore the advantages of going tobacco-free.

From better health to saving money to a longer life, explore the advantages of going tobacco-free.

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