THE GLOBAL SHOPPING GUIDE FOR TRAVELLERS

TERMS

Whilst we make every effort to ensure the information on Duty Free Hunter is totally accurate we accept that in such a fast moving world there may be some errors. The very nature of the travel business means airlines and their routes are constantly changing as, therefore, are the terminals they operate from. Likewise, airport retailers, authorities and brand stores will change on a regular basis. If you do come across a discrepancy please let us know and we will correct it as soon as possible. We also ask that if you have any concerns or questions about the shopping on offer at an airport you contact the airport operator directly.

THIRD PARTY LINKS

This website contains links to websites operated by third parties. These links were solely put on the website for the information of the user. Duty Free Hunter cannot guarantee the reliability, accuracy or quality of the contents of such websites and consequently disclaims all liability. A link to a third-party website does not imply that Duty Free Hunter (or Alma Media International Ltd) has concluded a cooperation agreement with such third party or that Duty Free Hunter (or Alma Media International Ltd) approves of the information supplied on such websites.

PLEASE NOTE

The term ‘duty-free’ is often used as a catch-all phrase for shopping for passengers in an airport environment. The exact route of your journey and the international/regional borders you cross will normally determine if you are allowed to buy at duty-free prices or not. Travelling domestically or within the EU will often preclude you from shopping at duty-free prices, but will not always prevent you shopping at duty-paid prices and enjoying access to new and exclusive brands. We advise all travellers to check with individual duty-free store operators and boutiques in advance of each journey for clear guidance. In addition, duty-free allowances should always be adhered to for the nation you are entering.