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Make tax refund easy with Global Blue card!

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Most tourists in Scandinavia are keenly aware of the high tax rates, and would like to get a refund on the souvenirs they shop during their stay. One of the major tax refund suppliers, Global Blue, has now made that process much easier. By acquiring the card, tourists can simply present it at the tax refund counters without the hassle of filling out forms. With all the details already filled in, the time can be spent on more shopping and enjoying the trip! The best part is that the service is completely free of charge.

Read more about the Global Blue and the card on their website here, or sign up here.

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