I am very grateful for your advise, looks like the clothes are staying over there. lol
Message posted by paleogirl on 21áJuneá2009 at 12:01am - IP Logged
We're in Europe......customs are not going to bother with a few litres for personal use. Now a case full of nothing but ciggies is another matter as they think you're profiting from their sale. Be sensible, wear any gold you buy and make sure your case is not over the limit.
Message posted by elizajay (Moderator) on 21áJuneá2009 at 12:05am - IP Logged
We didn't bother buying any duty free at Corfu airport this time....as the prices didn't tempt me!
I always pick up a bottle of Metaxa and a bottle of Ouzo there....but this year due to the weak pound, its actually cheaper to buy the Metaxa in Asda once you get home!
Message posted by corfu2008 on 21áJuneá2009 at 12:06am - IP Logged
We came back last Friday 3500 cigs each is the limit. Sorry can't remember the drink limits but they haven't changed for sometime. I don't think it's cheaper to buy anything in the local supermarkets unless you buy gGeek brand cigs. The airport desn't sell these ie Leader they are very good but they seem to be very hard to come by on the island. If you want English brand cigs probably best to buy them in resort and pack them in your suitcase there is no price difference its saves carrying them on the plane
Message posted by A1SCOUSER on 21áJuneá2009 at 12:23am - IP Logged
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