Can I bring back 800 cigarettes from Spain?

How many cartons of cigarettes can you bring back from Spain?

A person has a personal allowance of 200 cigarettes where no excise duty is imposed.

How many cigarettes can I bring from Spain to UK?

Tobacco allowance

You can bring in one from the following: 200 cigarettes. 100 cigarillos.

Can you still bring cigarettes back from Spain?

You will have to pay excise duty and VAT on alcohol you declare. You may also have to pay customs duty. You can split this allowance – for example you could bring in 100 cigarettes and 25 cigars (both half of your allowance). There are no duty-free allowances for tobacco or alcohol if you’re under 17.

How many cigarettes can I take to UK after Brexit?

Customs checks

Type of goods Amount
Cigarettes 800
Cigars 200
Cigarillos 400
Tobacco 1kg

How many cigarettes can I bring back?

You can bring in 200 cigarettes, 100 cigarillos, 50 cigars, 250g tobacco or 200 sticks of tobacco for electronic heated tobacco devices. You are allowed to split this allowance – for example, you could bring in 100 cigarettes and 25 cigars (both half of your allowance).

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How much duty free can I bring back Spain?

Duty Free / Tax Allowance from Spain

Cigarettes 800
Cigarillos 400
Cigars 200
Smoking Tobacco 1kg
Beer 110 litres

How much are cigarettes in Spain?

Average price of different cigarettes in Spain

Cigarette Brand Cigarettes price in Spain
Dunhill 5,60 euros
Fortuna 4,40 euros
Gauloises 4,80 euros
L&M 4,40 euros

How many cigarettes can you bring back from Canary Islands?

Tobacco: You can bring in 200 cigarettes or 100 cigarillos or 50 cigars or 250g loose tobacco. Again it is possible to split this allowance.

How many cigarettes can I bring back from the EU to Ireland?

Goods bought in another EU country

Goods Maximum quantity
Cigarettes 800
Cigarillos 400
Cigars 200
Smoking tobacco 1 kg

Are they stopping duty free?

As announced in September 2020, the Scheme was abolished on 1 January 2021. In November 2020, London Heathrow Airport and others applied for a judicial review of the decision to abolish the Scheme, which was heard on 22 February 2021.