What Is the Duty Free Limit When Visiting Dubai?

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Customs duty in Dubai includes 5% of the value in CIF terms except for cigarettes and alcohol. 100% Duty payable for cigarettes while 50% for alcohol. Alcohol is allowed in Dubai and can be purchased at the Duty Free Shop on the way into the country. The limit for alcohol is four bottles per person.
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Customs duty in Dubai include: Five per cent of the value in CIF terms except for alcohol and cigarettes. 50% Duty payable for alcohol while 100% for cigarettes. Alcohol is permitted in Dubai and can be purchased at the Duty Free Shop on the way into the country. The limit for this is four bottles each per person.
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Remember you can only bring back 200 from a non UK country, don't expect them to be like UK cigarettes if they are made in the middle east.
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The duty free allowance is as follows: 200 cigarettes or 50 cigars or 250g tobacco, 1 litre wine or spirits, 170ml (6ozs) perfume. Weapons of war and unprescribed drugs are prohibited
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