A Little Help From Your Friends ... for Baccy Mini-Cruise Part 2

As promised in Part 1 here's the Excel chart for cigarettes the other one in Part 1 being for tobacco. Just enter the amounts where shown and it will do the rest for you. The password is the same as before n2d



6 comments:

  1. Slightly off-topic, but does anybody know the score regarding buying HRT in Bulgaria/Romania? I'll be going there around Easter (still a while away, I know), not sure of the destination yet (Sofia, Bucharest or Varna) and have heard a lot of stories of fake HRT being sold, but if anyone has any details for tobacco warehouse-style shopping there, prices, availability of UK brands (GV and Amber Leaf especially) it would be appreciated.
    At least four of us going, probably looking to get a full year's worth of baccy at prices which are (I believe) well below even Belgium, plus some gifts - could well be looking at 150+ sleeves plus tailor-mades, and a merry time with customs on the way back!

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  2. Duncan ... GV is available in Bulgaria but couldn't say about Amber Leaf. Price was 100 leva for 50gm which is approx 5 Euros.

    As far as l am aware there is no warehouse style shopping just supermarkets.

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  3. Ah, thanks for that. I though HRT prices in the Blakans would be considerably lower, but 5 Euros is pretty much on a par with Belgium. Might just organise a long weekend in Germany (mainly so I can practice my Deutsch, sadly neglected recently)and nip over the Bruges and my regular shop, where I know I can pre-book just about any quantity of HRT.
    Unless anyone knows of anywhere in the EU which is distincly cheaper for HRT, UK brands are available, and pre-bookable? Then it may well be worth making a week's holiday out of it, and bring back 12-months supply each (with gifts, probably 30kg each).

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  4. No problem Duncan. Strange how cigarettes in Balkans are cheapest in EU. Only cost a third of what they do in UK but price is not reflected in HRT. Belgium is opposite way round. :)

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  5. O well, I'll just wait patiently until the Euro collapses completely and the pound sterling can buy crates of GV on the continent for next to nothing (I may have to wait for a day or two, as I'll be too busy celebrating, laughing and saying 'told-you-so' at first).
    Tried looking at a few shops in Poland and Estonia, but same story - ciggies are dirt cheap, HRT only about 10p a pouch less than Belgium.

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