Cheap Winston Cigarettes for Sale

Winston cigarettes available for sale are manufactured in Europe. They are not imitations of the world famous Winston cigarette brand, they are original tobacco products properly marked and labeled. Buy Winston cigarettes for cheap only with Cigarettesfor.US and enjoy the the highest quality and freshness available on the American tobacco market.


Winston Cigarettes for Sale

Winston Cigarettes

Winston Cigarettes for Cheap are fabricated by R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company or its newer incarnation RJR Nabisco.

The brand made its appearance in 1954, and had a stunning popularity, making it to the Number 1 spot in the United States and maintaining it from 1966 to 1972. One of the keys to success being the slogan "Winston tastes good like a cigarette should".

In the 2005's national survey, Winston Cigarettes for Sale made it to the sixth place in the market value, sharing it with Kool. One of the recent claims of Winston is that their cigarettes are "additive free", although they also clearly state that "no additives in their tobacco does not mean a safer cigarette".

R.J. Reynolds also sponsored the first two seasons of the popular TV cartoon The Flinstones. The main characters smoked Winston Cigarettes for Less during commercial breaks, later the smoking has been replaced by Welch's fruit juices as the cartoon became more oriented towards children.

Winston Cigarettes were the most popular brand in Puerto Rico during the 1980s. This is was most likely due to the slogan "Winston and Puerto Rico : There is nothing better", as well as their association with the "salsa erotica" movement.

As for sponsorship, Winton Cigarettes for Cheap was the series sponsor to NHRA Drag Racing from 1971-2001. From 1972 to 2003, NASCAR premier-level had Winston as its title sponsor.

In the late 2008, Winston has removed "additive free" from the text displayed on the new stylish pack. In 2010, due to the FDA regulation, the brand descriptors for Winston Lights and Ultra Lights were substituted by color-coded descriptors.