SEC. 11-375.  TOBACCO PRODUCT PRICING AND PACKAGING.
   (A)   Packaging and labeling - No tobacco retailer shall sell any tobacco product to any person unless such product:
      (1)   Is sold in the original manufacturer’s packaging intended for sale; and
      (2)   Conforms to all applicable federal labeling requirements.
   (B)   Display of price - The price of each tobacco product offered for sale shall be clearly and conspicuously displayed to indicate the price of the product.
   (C)   Prohibition of tobacco coupons and discounts - No tobacco retailer shall:
      (1)   Honor or redeem, or offer to honor or redeem, a coupon to allow a person to purchase a tobacco product for less than the full retail price;
      (2)   Sell any tobacco product to a person through a multiple-package discount or otherwise provide any such product to a consumer for less than the full retail price in consideration for the purchase of any tobacco product or any other item; or
      (3)   Provide any free or discounted item to a person in consideration for the purchase of any tobacco product.
   (D)   Minimum package size for little cigars and cigars - No tobacco retailer shall sell to a person:
      (1)   Any little cigar unless it is sold in a package of at least 20 little cigars, or any cigar unless it is sold in a package of at least six cigars; or
      (2)   The restriction in subsection (D)(l) shall not be a cigar that has a price of at least $5 per cigar, including all applicable taxes and fees.
(Ord. No. 2973)