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Global Blue Sverige AB – Goodscontrol –  Arlanda Terminal 5
Terminal 5, landside, next to information desk, 19045 Stockholm-Arlanda

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Opening Hours:
MON-FRI: 05:20 a.m. – 06:45 p.m.
SAT: 05:20 a.m. – 06:45 p.m.
SUN: 05:20 a.m. – 06:45 p.m.    

N.B.: Global Blue Tax Free Forms issued worldwide accepted.
N.B.: Only Credit Card refunds available.
N.B.: Opening hours can be extended depending on season and flights.
N.B.: Export validation stamp can be obtained departure hall – Landside – reachable by bus lines Alfa and Beta.
N.B.: When Global Blue office is closed, please visit Customs office at arrival hall – Airside – or the Customs building (open 24 hours and reachable by bus lines Alfa and Beta) to obtain the export validation.
N.B.: All Global Blue Tax Free Forms from outside the Nordic countries (Norway, Sweden, Finland and Denmark) need to be validated by Customs.

Global Blue Sverige AB – Arlanda Terminal 5
Stockholm-Arlanda Airport Terminal 5- airside, Post Box 27, 19045 Stockholm-Arlanda

Opening Hours:  MON-FRI: 06:00 a.m. – 07:15 p.m.

SAT: 06:00 a.m. – 07:15 p.m.

SUN: 06:00 a.m. – 07:15 p.m.

 

N.B.: Global Blue Tax Free Forms issued worldwide accepted.
N.B.: In case of CASH refund a cash handling fee (30 SEK) is charged for each Tax Free Form issued worldwide (Swedish Tax Free Forms are excluded). Credit card refunds are not subject to this fee.
N.B.: Opening hours can change depending on flights, please contact Refund office for more information.
N.B.: Security Hotline +46 8 797 62 43
N.B.: Export validation stamp can be obtained departure hall – Landside – reachable by bus linesAlfa and Beta.
N.B.: When Global Blue office is closed, please visit Customs office at arrival hall – Airside – or the Customs building (open 24 hours and reachable by bus lines Alfa and Beta) to obtain the export validation.
N.B.: All Global Blue Tax Free Forms from outside the Nordic countries (Norway, Sweden, Finland and Denmark) need to be validated by Customs .

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