Premium e-juice gets the vast majority of attention on vaping blogs and forums. But let’s be honest: for most of us money is a bit tight. While we all appreciate those super-expensive top-shelf brands, sometimes we just want some cheap e-juice.

I’m not gonna lie to you here. Cheap e-juice is never going to be as good as the premium stuff. Cheap juice is cheap for a reason. But if you’re willing to do a bit of research you can find some diamonds in the rough. If you’re reading this, then you know how much of a pain in the ass it can be to try out different juices. So we’ve done the work for you. This article is the result of our extensive taste-testing and research.

Read on for the best cheap e-juice brands of the year.

High Class Vape Co.

High Class Vape Co. is one of the top manufacturers of budget e-juice. They have two different lines: the budget line that features simpler flavors at a low price point and a premium line with more complex (but more expensive) flavors. It’s definitely cool to see that they’re making flavors for people who have different budgets instead of just going after the high-end of the market like most companies out there.

All of their e-juice is made in beautiful San Diego, CA in an ISO-8 lab. They use USP Kosher ingredients and premium nicotine from Nude Nicotine.

If you’re a vaper on a budget, it’s hard to find anything better than High Class Vape Co.

High Class Vape Co. E-Juice
High Class Vape Co. e-juice

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Humble Juice Co.

If you want budget e-juice that doesn’t look, feel, or taste cheap then Humble Juice Co. is perfect for you.

This juice is insanely affordable but doesn’t give off that “cheap” feeling that you get from many other affordable brands. The wide selection of flavors are fairly complex and the taste rivals that of “premium” brands.

All Humble Juice Co. flavors come in an 80/20 VG/PG ratio.

Humble Juice Co. E-Liquid
Humble Juice Co. e-liquid

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Vape Craft Inc.

Vape Craft is one of the leaders in the budget e-juice category. This brand will definitely help you save a ton of dough with their line of cheap, high-quality, high-VG e-juices. They have a wide variety of flavors and their massive 120ml bottles retail for only $15.

It doesn’t get much better than that.

They have a *ton* of different flavors, so you’re sure to find something that you like. I prefer their Strawberry Custard flavor myself. At this price point, it’s super-affordable to buy a bunch of different flavors and figure out which one you like best.

Vape Craft Inc. E-Juice
Vape Craft Inc. e-juice
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More ways to save money on e-juice

Other than buying cheap e-juice, there are tons of other ways to cut down on your expenses.

The first is by learning how to DIY (do it yourself). Stay tuned for our DIY e-juice guide which we will be writing soon for more details on how to do this.

You can also wait for holiday sales to stock up on your favorite e-juice. Black Friday, Christmas, Labor Day, and other holidays are the best possible times to stockpile e-juice. Most retailers cut their prices down as low as possible for these days, so if you’re willing to buy in bulk you can save some serious cash.

Don’t forget to research if there are any special deals or coupon codes before you place your order. That goes for any vaping retailer, as most of them have discount codes floating around that you can find with a simple Google search.

If you have any other tips to help your fellow vapers save some money, don’t be shy! Leave a comment in the section below and let everyone know how *you* save money on e-liquid.

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