There’s a perk for flying as frequently as I do. It’s not only the frequent flyers miles that I manage to rack up. No, it’s the fact that every airport is basically it’s own self contained city with its own rules. For some people this means being able to purchase Frankfurt Duty Free goods. Tax free luxury goods is the best way to buy these goods outside of chartering a private plane to pick up items outside the country for you. That’s always an option, an expensive one to say the least, but if you’re looking for goods that are easy to find your best bet is to find them in an airport.
This can be anything from goods that are made in Frankfurt itself. You can buy these items without paying the ridiculous import taxes that you would otherwise be forced to spend. Duty free is the smartest way to purchase import goods if you happen to fly often enough. Otherwise you might be able to score your own deals at local airports. I’ve done this myself; the airport closest to me doesn’t have very much there but they must have a great deal with a private charter who provides them with some fine liquor and cigars.
There are plenty of websites that you can find that will give you lists of the goods you’ll be able to purchase at these airports. When the holiday season it’s a great time to take a look at them to see what they offer and shop while you travel. It can save you money, time and you might even find some new items to buy. There’s a lot of specialty goods out there so who knows what you might be able to discover when you start shopping at new places at airports.