A list of the most recent cigarette pricing in Pakistan for various brands has been released by the Pakistan Tobacco Company. The General Sales Tax (GST) will be increased further by the Federal Government of Pakistan in order to raise the cigarette rate in Pakistan. There are numerous cigarette manufacturing businesses that create and distribute cigarettes all over the nation. Pakistan Tobacco Company (PTC) has today set cigarette prices in Pakistan for 2023 for various companies’ rates. A major tobacco company has set the retail price of one of its brands below the prescribed rate of federal excise duty.
Cigarette rate in Pakistan today
Today Cigarette Prices in Pakistan 2023 vary depending on the names of Pakistan Tobacco Companies, such as Dunhill Lights and Switch, Benson cigarettes price in Pakistan and Hedge, Gold leaf price in Pakistan 2023 John Player, Capstan Filter, CBPM, Gold Flake, Embassy Filter, and Dunhill Special. Below, read the attachment notification regarding Cigarette Price List 2023.
All cigarette price in Pakistan
Today’s Cigarette Prices in Pakistan 2023 according to Pakistan Tobacco Company (PTC) rates for Dunhill, Gold Leaf, Capstan, Benson, Embassy, John Player, and CBPM cigarettes. The entry-level costs range from Rs. 210 to Rs. 522. As per Schedule 1, Item No. 9 of the Federal Excise Act, 2005, the Federal Excise Duty on packs of branded cigarettes is Rs 330.
|Dunhill Lights||500 Rupees|
|Dunhill Switch||300 Rupees|
|Benson and Hedges||500 Rupees|
|Gold Leaf||500 Rupees|
|Gold Flake||220 Rupees|
|Red & White||220 Rupees|
Cigarette brands in Pakistan with price
Red and white cigarette price in Pakistan
Red and White cigarettes cost Rs 220 per pack in Pakistan.
Capstan cigarette price today
Capstan cigarettes cost Rs 220 per pack in Pakistan.
Gold flake cigarette price in Pakistan
According to the Pakistan Tobacco Company’s (PTC) official price list, a pack of Gold Flake cigarettes costs Rs. 220 in Pakistan.
Kisan cigarette price in Pakistan today
Currently, a pack of Kisan cigarettes costs Rs. 150 in Pakistan. Tobacco companies had started buying tobacco at Rs 425 per kg from June 19, but after some time, the price was increased to Rs 725 per kg. Tobacco companies are still buying tobacco at Rs 725 per kg. Tobacco companies should also pay Rs 725 per kg for tobacco purchased at a lower price than June 19. The production cost of tobacco is very high and farmers are not getting profit from tobacco bought at low price.