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Price of cigarettes in Poland?


Stu 12 | 522
1 May 2011 #91
11.20zl

For the soft packet

PLN 11,80 for the hard box ... ;)
Declan1473 - | 2
15 May 2011 #92
Hi Stu do you know the best place that may stock 30 cartons and if Polish brands are any cheaper thanks Declan
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
15 May 2011 #93
Fag prices have risen (like many other things). I understand they start for the cheaper brands at 9.70 z£.
Wroclaw 44 | 5,387
15 May 2011 #94
i noticed at a Polish-German border shop that customers were restricted to 800 cigarettes.
delphiandomine 84 | 18,135
15 May 2011 #95
That's because you can only take 800 into Germany before the Zoll will question you and possibly seize them.
Wroclaw 44 | 5,387
15 May 2011 #96
i didn't know that. for me it's good info. thanks.
delphiandomine 84 | 18,135
15 May 2011 #97
It's not well publicised, for some reason. It's actually the same with France - the French have had a field day by pulling people into the first stopping area from Belgium on the coast motorway and nicking them for having more than 800 cigarettes on them while they're en route to the UK.
jackp - | 4
14 Jun 2011 #98
ciggie's

hi i was wondering how much a brick of 200 cigarettes cost in the warsaw airport? in zloty could anyone tell me pls mayfair? malbro gold and b and h thanks
Zman
14 Jun 2011 #99
how much is a brick of 200 cigs in the airport? does anyone now?

Do not know about airport prices on the way out.... but they either tend to be same or of no significant difference when you fly back to another EU country.

However Marlboro Gold Edge (thin ones) cost 11,20 PLN per pack. 112 PLN for a "sztanga" :-)
jackp - | 4
14 Jun 2011 #100
thanks you but does anyone know how much a pack of 200 cost? of malbro golds think?
Antek_Stalich 5 | 997
14 Jun 2011 #101
The brick of cigarettes at the airport will you cost more than in the city. Trust me.
jackp - | 4
15 Jun 2011 #102
ohh ok thanks, do u know any shops that sell full bricks then in warsaw? and do u know if the shop in 843 n lake st, warsaw in sell bricks?
PolFan
3 Sep 2011 #103
Could anyone tell me if MYNHEER rolling tobacco is readily available in Krakow. I got some in Warsaw earlier this year and was very impressed. Going back to Krakow soon and would like to stock up.

Thank you.

Kate
Monka
4 Sep 2011 #104
You don't need to be 17. A few years ago I was travelling alone back home to Australia from Polska and I was only 14.
I had a bunch of beer, wodka and cigarettes in my baggage, no one cared about my age, especially not Polska.
beckski 12 | 1,617
5 Sep 2011 #105
I had a bunch of beer, wodka and cigarettes in my baggage, no one cared about my age, especially not Polska

Most likely nowadays, luggage inspection is not so lenient.
hmousa - | 1
18 Oct 2011 #106
welshguyinpola

Hey there my name is AJ i am really struggling on money these days with recession i was thinking of going to Poland and bring cigarettes back with me and then i came across your comment about using the coach to travel to Poland its seems a really good idea just want to get more information about it if you dont mind. so you said you brought back to suitcases full of fags how much did they cost you and where did you buy from in Gdansk. whats the security like at the boarders do they chick everyones bag. just wan the full information on this please and what precaution should i take. this is my e-mail also (arab4life121@hotmail) thank you so much
peterweg 36 | 2,320
18 Oct 2011 #107
whats the security like at the boarders do they chick everyones bag

Its random, hour by hour it changes, just take in account that they maybe seized.
ukpolska
18 Oct 2011 #108
so you said you brought back to suitcases full of fags

You will not stand a chance getting past Dover as they are more hotter on this at Dover than the Airports nowadays - just not worth it, simple as...
g60edition 6 | 175
18 Oct 2011 #109
]Price of cigarettes in Poland?

Just got 10 pks of of Drum 190Zl (40g pks)
colm2012
3 Jan 2012 #110
I would like to save myself some money on cigs. they would not be for resale, so am thinking of stocking up on my receipts for the cigs I purchase in ireland to prove that I smoke

and the quantity and then , fly to poland and purchase 2 suitcases of cigs for personal use. If I am stopped my customs then I would used the receipts to show the level of my personal use and point out that the cigarettes do not have a sell by date.

Let me know what you think

Colm
delphiandomine 84 | 18,135
3 Jan 2012 #111
Let me know what you think

It's not what we think, but what Irish customs think.
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859
3 Jan 2012 #112
Let me know what you think

Sign up and send me a PM and I will hook you up. I know someone who has got Marlboro regular, lights, JPB, Bensons and Silk Cuts. Fifty per 200 or if you are buying in bulk we can sort a deal. JPB are sixty five.
Harry
3 Jan 2012 #113
Er, since when has PF been the place for people to arrange illegal activity?
JonnyM 11 | 2,621
3 Jan 2012 #114
It's not what we think, but what Irish customs think.

If they're anything like the UK, they won't stop you if you look respectable.

One thing that surprised me is that when people from Britain go on baccy runs to Poland they buy rubbish like Lambert and Butler or Mayfair. Some local Polish brands are much better quality. Cheaper too.
Harry
3 Jan 2012 #115
Yes, but they won't sell as well back on the council estate, will they?
JonnyM 11 | 2,621
3 Jan 2012 #116
I remember going back to the UK in 2001. R (you know who I mean) and I sat down in my local, a dog rough pub in Leeds, put a load of L&M (Ukrainian ones from Stadion) on the table and announced that they were £3 a packet. It paid for our holiday.
basourcing 1 | 9
3 Jan 2012 #117
how much are L&B in poland and are they easily enough sorced in Krakow
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859
4 Jan 2012 #118
Er, since when has PF been the place for people to arrange illegal activity?

Illegal activity? Isnt the EU all about free movement of trade, labour and goods?

Is receiving death threats illegal? Because I have received a few of them from your cohorts. What about necrophilia? As a lot of you "multiculturalists" seem to be really turned on by me dead wee ma.

Speaking of illegal activity, you are Australian right?

Convict! :)
Harry
4 Jan 2012 #119
Illegal activity?

Yes: you are offering to arrange an illegal transaction, i.e. the sale of dutiable goods without said duty being paid.

Isnt the EU all about free movement of trade, labour and goods?

Funny how you support the EU when it suits you, hypocrite.

Is receiving death threats illegal? Because I have received a few of them from your cohorts.

No it is not illegal. However, if you believe that I have been responsible for any being made, you should report that to the Polish police. Want me to tell you which is my local station?
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859
4 Jan 2012 #120
However, if you believe that I have been responsible for any being made, you should report that to the Polish police. Want me to tell you which is my local station?

I dont believe you to be responsible.


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