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Anyone flew from liverpool or been to benidorm lately

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5y, 6m agoPosted 5 years, 6 months ago
Going out on a stag doo on Wednesday and was wondering how much cigs and tobacco are in the airport.
Is it better to buy from there or wait and look around benidorm?
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5y, 6m agoPosted 5 years, 6 months ago
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#1
I came back from Benidorm Friday, you are allowed to bring back 3200 cigarettes I believe :) it's best to buy from the tobacco shops in Benidorm they are around €41.50-€42.50 & they are around €48-€49 at the airport :)
#2
oO Benidorm.....looks like you will be cop-ping off with the nice boys
#3
im sure tho there was an offer in the airport if you got 400..
banned 1 Like #4
ukmonkey
better to buy them from the shops in benidorm, but don't bring more than 600 or you will get the whole lot confiscated..
Muppet.

Bring back as many as you like, as long as they're for your own use i.e. not for selling to your mates down the pub.
#5
Seems quite expensive really... I bought 400 last night from thompson on the flight home from CAncun for £40 but obv could only bring that back in.... (plus the hidden 20 pouches of bacca in my bag haha)
#6
There will be plenty of players flying from Liverpool in a few months time. Ngog namely one of them.
banned#7
Adam2050
There will be plenty of players flying from Liverpool in a few months time. Ngog namely one of them.
Let's hope so.
banned#8
ukmonkey
better to buy them from the shops in benidorm, but don't bring more than 600 or you will get the whole lot confiscated..

lol

3200 fags is minimum b4 questions!

and buy from the airport imho as so many fakes around the resorts these days

they're bad enough for you anyway. let alone buying the cheap chinese fakes!

Edited By: csiman on May 15, 2011 19:31
#9
Spain is in the EU, you are not allowed to buy tobacco products in UK airports for EU flights.


Buy ciggies in Tabacs shops in Spain, ( brown and yellow signs ) they are government controlled and have fixed prices, far cheaper than in Spanish Rip Off Airports.
banned#10
Inactive
Spain is in the EU, you are not allowed to buy tobacco products in UK airports for EU flights.


Buy ciggies in Tabacs shops in Spain, ( brown and yellow signs ) they are government controlled and have fixed prices, far cheaper than in Spanish Rip Off Airports.

You are quite correct but the last two times I flew to Alicante (2009) and Crete (2010), we could buy as many cigs as we liked at the airport terminals (airside).

Seems another EU rule that the UK rigidly sticks to yet others just ignore it!
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csiman
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Spain is in the EU, you are not allowed to buy tobacco products in UK airports for EU flights.


Buy ciggies in Tabacs shops in Spain, ( brown and yellow signs ) they are government controlled and have fixed prices, far cheaper than in Spanish Rip Off Airports.

You are quite correct but the last two times I flew to Alicante (2009) and Crete (2010), we could buy as many cigs as we liked at the airport terminals (airside).

Seems another EU rule that the UK rigidly sticks to yet others just ignore it!


Well they could sell them at the airport, but they would not be " Duty Free " so nobody would buy them in the UK.(_;)
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csiman
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Spain is in the EU, you are not allowed to buy tobacco products in UK airports for EU flights.


Buy ciggies in Tabacs shops in Spain, ( brown and yellow signs ) they are government controlled and have fixed prices, far cheaper than in Spanish Rip Off Airports.
You are quite correct but the last two times I flew to Alicante (2009) and Crete (2010), we could buy as many cigs as we liked at the airport terminals (airside).

Seems another EU rule that the UK rigidly sticks to yet others just ignore it!

Well they could sell them at the airport, but they would not be " Duty Free " so nobody would buy them in the UK.(_;)
Correct. They're duty paid. That's why they often have 2 prices on the shelf edge and why they ask to see your boarding card when you buy.

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