Birmingham World Duty Free Airport Sale @ NEC from 1st-5th December 2017
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Birmingham World Duty Free Airport Sale @ NEC from 1st-5th December 2017

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Found 21st Nov
Location: Birmingham NEC (Free Parking).
Dates: 1st to 5th December 2017.

Tickets are free but you will need to register (see deal link) and they will be emailed to you. You can edit attendance date and number of tickets/people.


If you are looking to pick up great value perfume or make-up, or just want to save on your favourites, you'll find an extensive range including some of the latest fragrances with up to 50% savings against High Street prices. In addition you can save up to 35% on our great selection of cosmetics and skincare products.

With up to 50% off fashion accessories such as designer handbags, watches and jewellery, the worlddutyfree Christmas Sale also offers the perfect opportunity to buy a quality present for family and friends or just indulge yourself.  Plus see the wide range of fashion clothing which was well received at the last sale is now even bigger!

There will also be a selection of confectionery with savings off the High-Street prices too and what’s more tickets are FREE.

Credit and debit card payment only, cash not accepted at the sale.

Fragrance up to 50% off
Cosmetics up to 35% off
Handbags up to 50% off RRP
Watches up to 50% off RRP
Toys up to 50% off RRP
Great Value Confectionery & Liquor

9 Comments

Would be interested to see the prices. Duty Free isn't that cheap anymore.

When I first went to this a few years ago the perfume and handbags were heavily discounted - around 60% off Radley. When I went last year I didn't think there was much of a discount, a couple of good perfume offers but only if you're looking for that specific perfume! I thought the supermarkets had better offers on chocolate as well in the run up to Christmas eg Fererro Rocher..

Potentially worth booking just to get the free parking if you're going to the Good Food Show which runs the same dates, and is £12.00 to park?

Can you get cigarettes from here

went to the manchester event last week and it was terrible, better prices online, didnt buy anything yet last year and the years before got some good deals.

Went to the Nottingham one last year and it was poor at best, not bothering this year. I have heard that they are not taking cash as payment this year too so might be worth finding out for definite before going imo.

Duty free is only good for those items that are heavily taxed in the UK - booze & fags.

No use to me as I don't do any of that.

Goaljira13 h, 51 m ago

Potentially worth booking just to get the free parking if you're going to …Potentially worth booking just to get the free parking if you're going to the Good Food Show which runs the same dates, and is £12.00 to park?



any free tix for that? is it the same venue?
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