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Winston Cigarettes Classic Red (Regular)

Winston Cigarettes Classic Red (Regular) packed in 10 packs with 200 cigarettes within 88mm box. Information about the ingredients: 10mg of Tar and 0.8mg of Nicotine. Manufactured in Europe.

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The list of countries, where Winston cigarette brand is the most popular (in alphabetical order): Australia, Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Dominican Republic, Honduras, India, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Taiwan, United States of America or USA or U.S. and  European countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Lithuania, Moldova, Netherlands or Holland, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Roumania, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, United Kingdom or England or UK.
The brand is popular in most countries of the world!

The scale of popularity is based on search queries of those users who try to buy cigarettes online.

Soon we'll make the list of cigarettes popularity according to discount cigarettes sales online.

Also we are planning to observe the cigarette prices in different countries.

So, we will be thankful for your responds about the most popular cigarettes brands you are buying and about prices of cigarettes which are on sale in your countries. Write e-mails: Buy [at] MorningCigarette.com.

Winston cigarettes are manufactured in following countries: Chile, France, Germany, Greece, Japan, Mexico, Russia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, UK, USA.

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Reynolds And Philip Morris Cross Statistical Swords In U. S. Trade Advertising

As the Philip Morris Company, currently No. 2 in the United States, gradually closes the gap between itself and R, J. Reynolds, their rivalry has produced some interesting effects. Reynolds activity in seeking the most effective advertising for their Winston brand, now in danger of being overhauled by Philip Morris's Marlboro. Now, in trade press advertising, both companies are using statistical arguments in support of their respective market performances. We reproduce two advertisements here, one from each company, from the same issue of the U. S. Tobacco Journal. Reynolds, which according to Maxwell accounted for a 31. 4% share of the domestic U. S. market in 1974 as against the 22. 6% of Philip Morris uses its No.1 position statistics to show the extent to which it outsells its nearest competitor. Philip Morris take a different tack, and show their big share of 1974 growth in cigarette sales over 1973 - 11.32 billion out of a total 17.45 billion. Both ads use sales statistics to make specific but quite different arguments, demonstrating if nothing else how flexible the presentation of figures can be.


Cigs and Tobacco History

Winston: Brand History

Winston Menthol

Sales climbed in 1968 to 2.7 billion although market share remained unchanged at .5.
Advertising expenditures, which were still heavily concentrated in television, were cut back to $3.9 million, and the CPM dropped to $1.44.
The "What a Combo" theme continued to be used, as a "Sip it" idea was introduced. The newer campaign compared Winston Menthol to a cool drink, not to be puffed, but sipped.
As sales began to drop in 1969 to 2.3 billion, market share slipped to .4. Winston Menthol's share of the mentholated filter market was 2.0.
Advertising expenditures were cut to $1.1 million (less than a third of the previous year's budget) as CPM settled at .48. Once again, nearly all of the advertising budget was devoted to television.
Although the "Sip it" theme was occasionally used in 1969, Winston Menthol's advertising consisted primarily of occasional product illustration in ads featuring "We and our Winstons" and mention of availability at the close of Winston commercials.
Sales continued to nose dive to 2.0 billion units in 1970. Although market share remained at .4, segment share slipped to 1.7.
Advertising expenditures were again drastically cut, reducing Winston Menthol's budget to below $.5 million and dropping the CPM to .25.
There were no notable changes in Winston Menthol advertising strategy for 1970.
In 1971, the drop in sales began to slow. Closing at 1.9 billion units, market share remained constant for the third year at .4. Segment share, however, reached an all-time low at 1.5.
Winston Menthol advertising seemed to primarily key on the Negro market in 1971. Black magazines were used to promote a "Real & Rich & Cool" theme, which coincided with an advertising campaign and sweepstakes. Winston Menthol also continued to use dual ads with Winston Super King throughout 1971.

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