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does anyone know how many cigarettes and tobacco you can bring back from Poland?
faulkner893 Avatar
1m, 6d agoPosted 1 month, 6 days ago
does anyone know how many cigarettes and tobacco you can bring back from Poland?
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1m, 6d agoPosted 1 month, 6 days ago
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#2
It is an EU country, so there are no limits.

https://www.gov.uk/duty-free-goods/arrivals-from-eu-countries
#3
Spend your money in the UK and save the NHS. Why do you hate Britain????


Just messing', might make an EDL troll account for kicks though X)
#4
The limit is "Personal use"; so trying to bring back a van load will get some questions, and possibly a HMRC undercover team following you.
#5
if your bringing back loads of brands it looks suspect, if it was all one brand and a years worth for personnel consumption you should be OK, as long as you don't do it very often.
#6
this many ?

http://www.dw.com/image/16858078_303.jpg

Edited By: mattmerch on Jan 17, 2017 09:36
#7
.... the typical size of a bottle of wine is 750ml, if you can bring back 90ltrs that's 120 bottles
With the recommended for cigarettes being 800 that's 40 packs.

So someone who drinks a bottle of wine a day can bring back three months supply but someone who smokes a pack a day can only bring back 40 days worth.....
#8
Because it's a lot easier to sell on cigarettes than bottles of wine , should you so desire to do so
#9
Depends how you are travelling. In a vehicle as much as you can cram in for " personal use ", by air you will be limited to the weight of a particular airlines rules, ( unless you don't mind paying for excess baggage ), by train same as a vehicle.
#10
Cakeboy79
Because it's a lot easier to sell on cigarettes than bottles of wine , should you so desire to do so


​and pay any applicable taxes and duties on any profit of course.
OP if this is a business idea its neither sound nor legal.
#11
Cakeboy79
Because it's a lot easier to sell on cigarettes than bottles of wine , should you so desire to do so


Really? I know more wine drinkers than I know smokers....... also, quite a few pubs in my area would happily take a van load off me in one go!
#12
Be better bringing back some Polish woman, they're gorgeous. I've yet to see an ugly one. <3

Edited By: dereklogan7 on Jan 17, 2017 20:41
#13
dereklogan7
Be better bringing back some Polish woman, they're gorgeous. I've yet to see an ugly one. <3


​There are plenty of Fugly ones. Check out the Mothers and you'll see what all the young pretty ones will turn into.

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