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Four winds smoke shop

  • Growler station with 8 taps carrying craft beer from award-winning
  • Albuquerque breweries like Marble, La Cumbre and Bosque Brewing
  • Expansive humidor with more than 200 types of cigars
  • Liquor store carrying wine, beer, liquor, mixers and accessories
  • Premium coffee station featuring Boyd’s Coffee
  • Gas prices among the lowest in Albuquerque
  • Hot grilled foods
  • Bluetooth compatible e-cigarettes
  • Loose leaf tobaccos

Four winds smoke shop Growler station with 8 taps carrying craft beer from award-winning Albuquerque breweries like Marble, La Cumbre and Bosque Brewing Expansive humidor with

Four winds smoke shop

I don’t smoke, but the four winds at 12th & Rio Grande (Indian Owned) probably does about 10x as much business as that Smith’s, and it’s not because of anything but price.

If you’re overly concerned with price, it’s hard to beat the amount of money a non-smoker typically spends on cigs.

I think you will find them the cheapest at the smoke shops on the Isleta Reservation just south of the casino and on the right hand side. there are 2 or 3 very small shops. That is where I got them when we lived in NM and I was still smoking. I actually got a pack of Marborros (spelling) last year for $ or less.

When you pass by the casino at Isleta, make a right at the light and get on the other highway. Those smoke shops are all along that section.

Or just go south on Coors until you’ve passed under the freeway. Soon after that you’ll find a small shop on your right.

When you pass by the casino at Isleta, make a right at the light and get on the other highway. Those smoke shops are all along that section.

Or just go south on Coors until you’ve passed under the freeway. Soon after that you’ll find a small shop on your right.

but don’t stop at the service station across from the casino, they are a rip off.

but don’t stop at the service station across from the casino, they are a rip off.

Same goes for the service station / smoke shop across from the Sandia Casino, next to Bien Shur, their prices are WAY high.

I’ve found better prices at the smoke shop on the WEST side of I-25 from the Sandia Casino. In other words, same exit from I-25 but turn in opposite direction. It’s kinda sitting out there by itself.

To all the smokers out there. Which Indian Smoke Shop in the Greater Albuquerque area sells the cheapest cigarettes?