Cigarette smoking is depleting more than your health — it’s also emptying out your bank account.According to a new analysis by financial consultancy company WalletHub, the average American smoker shells out anywhere from $1 million to $2.5 million throughout their lives on cigarette-related costs. That’s right, millions.The “average smoker” in this study is someone who smokes one pack of cigarettes a day, starting at 18-years-old and ending at 69, Time explained. South Carolinans can claim the lowest total cost per smoker at just over $1 million; Alaska cruises in at a cool $2 million.A hefty portion of those costs come from the money thrown away on tobacco products themselves. The rest of the money goes to healthcare costs and income loss — which previous studies have shown can come from absenteeism, workplace bias or lower productivity from all the health problems lighting up every day will give you.Think about all of the awesome things you could do with an extra millions or two. And if you had all that cash and good health. The opportunities (and vacations, and spa days, and expensive shoes) are endless — as if you needed another reason to quit smoking.Related Articles:Cigars Are Just as Harmful as Cigarettes, Study FindsWhat You Need to Know About E-Cigs