Cigarette Minimum Prices
Half of US states have minimum cigarette price laws that were originally passed to protect small independent retailers from unfair price competition with larger retailers. These laws prohibit cigarettes from being sold below a minimum price that is set by a formula.
Minimum cigarette pricing is a government policy that sets a floor price for cigarettes, ensuring that they cannot be sold below a certain price point.
Avior’s Minimum Cigarette Prices is a web service API used by back-office systems to determine retail minimum price for cigarette.
The wholesale and retail minimum prices are calculated on the list price of cigarettes reported by the manufacturers before any approved adjustments for promotions or discounts.