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A few years back it would have been difficult, if not improbable, to buy quality cigarettes online and still be sure that you were on the safe side. This is not an issue anymore if you know what to look for and stick to a specific set of rules, you should be able to find excellent cigarettes for less money than you would find at the local store.

Winston makes no exception from this reality if you want to purchase this particular brand, take a close look at the steps described below and follow them to the point. Don’t assume that there are exceptions to the cases below because, in most cases, there are not.

  • Research the internet and make a list with ten to twenty online shops that sell Winston cigarettes.
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  • Contact the sellers and ask for proof that they run a legal business.
  • Try to determine if there are special offers involved and what you need to do to take advantage of them.
  • Choose two sellers and order similar products to check both the efficiency of the shipping methods and the final prices. Always calculate the final price either per cigarette or per pack. If you do it otherwise, you risk getting false results.
  • Stay updated and fish for contextual promotions. Don’t change your seller of preference unless you find a great alternative offer.
  • Monthly checks ensure that you stay updated with the price lists for your Winston cigarettes. As such, you shouldn’t order cigarettes for more than one month, because in the following month the total costs may be lower.

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Reviewer Vance Capley August 30, 2011
Subject Yabba Dabba Do you smoke Winston?
Fire’em up kiddos!

Reviewer batatari May 22, 2011
Subject Rotten bastards
This was innocent in its time Thats what the winston people want us to think. But they were going after the youth market.

Reviewer pkkms October 3, 2010
Subject Spare A Square
Hey me…

Reviewer John D. November 13, 2009
Subject heavy
I wish everybody could see this. It is so stupid. They prob knew that cigs cause cancer but marketed anyway. I smoke and I still dont like the commercials. Notice how they’re smiling and sh .
I am 51 and never saw this stuff on tv as far as I can remember. I remember the regular show. I lost a couple close relatives to cancer from smoking.
But we are no better and no smarter today. Now they push alcohol, and the commercials are even more craven and pandering, written it seems for the most stupid, base instincts. To trigger the glands or something.
But pot is still illegal and it is a big deal to legalize it. But its ok to push alcohol on tv… what a hypocritical society.
I drink and smoke, but HATE the commercials.

Reviewer AJRowe September 5, 2009
Subject Confirms something I was told
My dad who was born in 1946 and I were talking about people who smoke. He tried to tell me how the commercials for it were but I didn’t believe him. No wonder so many people from his generation and a little before smoke. Very, very sad. I showed my dad this one and he just said «I told you so» and told me how back in the ’60s there were sample packs of cigarettes and that they were sold and really aimed at kids. I can understand better now why my dad started smoking as well as my grandma and grandpa and can now empathize a little more.

Reviewer cathyftr January 7, 2009
Subject Why the Flintstones never was a «big» hit.
Until the mid 70’s, ABC wasn’t as big as a network as it is . In many cities, while CBS and NBC had the «good stations», ABC was either on UHF ( few bothered back then ) or in some places, they didn’t have ABC at all. Had ABC back then been on the same level as CBS and NBC, a lot of their shows such as The Flintstones and The Brady Bunch, chances are would have been in the top 20 or so in the ratings.

Yeah, I agree with the other post, today cigarette is the big deal? Then again cigarettes still advertise on TV and radio in the US, its «indirectly». If a radio dj says on the air » would I love to light up a Camel right now» ( I heard this just last week on classic rock WQCM FM, Hagerstown, MD ) or if popular movie actors such as Seth Rogen, Jennifer Aniston and her current John Mayer are seen puffing away on their Marlboro Lights while the are being interviewed on TV such as on E! thats still advertising and I bet Marlboro just loves it.

Reviewer Robin 1990 April 13, 2008
Subject Yeah
«The Flintstones» aired during Prime Time on the ABC TV Network. During the six seasons it was on the air, It NEVER hit the top ten, or even the top 20! (Back in the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s many TV shows which never hit the top 20 ran for quite a few years. Another example is «The Brady Bunch», a minor hit only making the top 30 during one season but ran for 5 seasons).

«The Flintstones» was HB’s first TV show aimed at adults. When HB found out that kids loved it too, They changed sponsors. Do remember that 60’s sitcoms in general tended to be light hearted so even shows aimed at adults tended to be squeaky clean, although critically acclaimed garbage like «Laugh In» changed this. Later, in the 70’s, Critically acclaimed garbage like «All In The Family» made sure that people couldn’t watch TV without seeing political opinions pushed in their face. These days, with shows like «The Daily Show» mocking Christians and «The Chaser’s War On Everything» mocking people who died tragic deaths, Cigarette commercials don’t seem so bad anymore. and I don’t smoke!

These commercials are nice, and fun. The animation is typical Hanna Barbera and is quite good. I would give this 5/5 but everytime this is uploaded people always forget to mention that «The Flintstones» was aimed at adults.

Yes, This review tells you nothing about the commercials, But neither do 70% of the reviews in the Prelinger section. At least this review gives context.

Reviewer jonc April 13, 2008
Subject Who’d believe it
Who’d believe it now? Keep in mind, «The Flintstones» was a prime time show at the time and aimed at adults as well as kids, but this is good fodder for the anti smoking nazis. If cigarette advertising hadn’t been banned on TV, who knows? Flinstones brand cigarettes? Yubba dubba doo!

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