Leeds Bradford Airport Shops
You can enjoy a world class shopping experience at Leeds Bradford Airport, with retail shops, book stores, electrical outlets, souvenir shops and much more.
Most shops are located in the departures area of the terminal, after security control, but there are shops available before security control and in the arrivals and baggage reclaim areas as well.
WH Smith and Travelex can be found both before and after security and the rest can all be found after security.
Leeds Bradford Airport Shops On-Site
For all your essential must-have accessories and your favourite fashion items. Don’t forget to buy glasses and swimwear for the sunnier days!
Boots at Leeds Bradford is a great place to pick up a packed sandwich for the flight, last minute travel essentials and medicines as well as great bargains on duty free make up and perfumes.
Why not buy some must-have tech for either your travels or for personal use? There are many options to choose from such as portable chargers, mobile accessories, speakers and much more.
WHSmith is the go to place for all your last minute inflight entertainment essentials – grab a newspaper, light snack or even a game to keep your mind occupied on your flight.
World Duty Free
Save yourself at least 20% across a range of fashion, electrical and beauty items when shopping in World Duty Free – the perfect place to treat yourself or buy those eagerly anticipated holiday presents.
Leeds Bradford Airport Duty Free
Do you need any clarification on your allowances before you start shopping in duty free at Leeds Bradford Airport? Confused about the new Brexit rules? Worry not, we’ve got you covered! Read on below and we’ll explain the new rules!
Leeds Bradford Airport Duty Free Location
World Duty Free is located after security, on the first floor at departures. To reach it, you simply go straight ahead when you get off the escalator. It is open for all international and domestic departures.
New Duty-Free Rules
We are all aware that Brexit has officially taken place now. So what does that mean for duty- free? Well, there are some changes but you can still bring a considerable amount of goods into the UK without being charged. So what are the new rules exactly? Well, read on below as we explain it all for you!
The goods that you’ll be taking into the UK, have to be only for yourself. You can however give the goods away as a present to someone else or keep it for yourself. However, you must not go over the allowance limit but if you do, you have to declare that before you arrive in the UK, in whichever category they belong to. We will talk about the different categories and their allowances below.
You are allowed to bring a significant amount of alcohol! The limits are:
For tobacco allowance, there is a fair amount allowed too! You may bring in:
Alcohol and tobacco allowances if you’re under 17
For those under the age of 17, unfortunately, you are not permitted any personal duty-free allowance. However, you may still buy duty-free goods if you wanted to but you’d have to remember to pay duty and tax on it before landing in the UK.
Allowance for other goods
If you wished to bring some cash back with you, then you can bring up to £390 duty-free. Can you bring more? Of course! You can bring more cash if you wanted to but you’d have to pay duty on the amount and that’s not just on the amount that’s over the limit, but the full sum. So we suggest you only bring the amount that is duty-free so you don’t have to pay tax!