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More Cigarettes International 120s

20 pieces with Filter in Flip Top Box with Cellophane
Tar 9, Nicotine 0.8

More Cigarettes International Menthol 120s

20 pieces with Filter in Flip Top Box with Cellophane
Tar 9, Nicotine 0.8

More Cigarettes Balanced Blue

20 pieces with Filter in Flip Top Box with Cellophane
Tar 8, Nicotine 0.6

More Cigarettes Subtle Silver

20 pieces with Filter in Flip Top Box with Cellophane
Tar 4, Nicotine 0.3

More Cigarettes Fine White

20 pieces with Filter in Flip Top Box with Cellophane Tar 1, Nicotine 0.1

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The list of countries, where More cigarette brand is the most popular (in alphabetical order): Australia, Canada, Russia,  United States of America (US) and  European countries: France, Roumania, Ukraine, United Kingdom (UK).

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.

More cigarettes are manufactured in following countries: Australia, England, Germany, Malaysia, Russia, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Ukraine, USA or U.S.

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More. Cigarette Advertising Campaign. 1982

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The US 120mm cigarettes: the More and Saratoga packs

Recent issues have carried reports of More and Saratoga, both 120mm brands introduced in the United States. In November last year we were able to show an illustration of the More packs (R. J. Reynolds), and now we have received samples of the Philip Morris Saratoga packs. We illustrate both together, to demonstrate the differences between the two brands. More cigarettes are 120 x 21mm with a 30mm single acetate filter. The cigarette paper is brown, giving the appearance of a "cigarlet", though the tobacco is an orthodox cigarette blend. The packs (red and gold for standard, green and silver for the menthol version) are soft cups cigarettes are a little fatter, dimensions being 120 x 22mm, also with a 30mm single acetate plug. They have white paper and cork tipping. In packaging, however, Saratoga is more expensively presented. The packs for both standard and menthol versions, are hinge-lid cartons. The major part of the design area has been given a mock leather finish, on which the brand name is placed in a rectangular panel. Coloring for the standard version is natural leather (tan), red and gold: that for the menthol version has a greenish tinge to the leather finish, with green and silver lettering and edging. It is interesting to see that Philip Morris have produced a 120mm entry which is both slightly bigger and more lavishly packed than More, the 120mm pioneer. Contributions must be reduced as a consequence, but no doubt Philip Morris expects larger volume sales from the better offer. The U. S. trade press anticipates 120mm entries from other manufacturers shortly.


120mm Cigarettes Around The World: A Brief Commentary

One of the phenomena of the late 1975/early 1976 cigarette marketing situation around the world was the proliferation of 120mm brands. It would perhaps be appropriate, a year later, to review the current situation. The majority of the 120mm brands marketed are of U.S. origin, the United States being the market where the concept was first given major backing. In the United States it (according to the 1976 Maxwell Report) More from R.J. Reynolds was the leading 120mm brand. The non-menthol version increased its market share from 0.4% (1975) to 0. 5%; the menthol version maintained its market share at 0.4%. Saratoga from Philip Morris is given the same market shares as in 1975 - i. e. 0. % (non-menthol) and 0.% (menthol). Later 120mm introductions included Virginia Slims 120s, American Longs, Eve 120s, and American Lights. All these were introduced in both menthol and non-menthol versions. Since then the situation has settled, and no further 120mm brands were introduced in the U.S.A. It is estimated that the total 120mm sector there by late 1976 represented only about 1.8% of the market, despite the frenzied activity of the early part of the year. Apart from More and Saratoga, the only brands to have achieved an 0.1% share of market appear to be the non-menthol versions of Tall (American Tobacco) and Max (Lorillard). Outside North America 1976 saw a proliferation of the distribution of 120mm cigarette brands. These included More and Saratoga as well as other 120mm U. S. brands, in addition to a number of Virginia 120s. More is by far the most widely distributed of the 120s, being sold in some 40 markets in various parts of the world. Others with a fairly wide spread pattern of distribution include Saratoga, Max and Rothmans Royals.


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