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Tax Free on board Tallink

Good news everyone!

The Global Blue tax free refund service is available on the M/S Superstar (Perfume shops) and M/S Star (Trend Shop and Perfume Shop) . Just remember that tax free rules varies according to the departure country and that you get your refund at the airport!

Helsinki – Tallinn route ( Finland tax rules)

Standard rate: 24%
Food: 14%
Minimum purchase amount: 40 Euro
Tax Free goods
♦Exported goods must be sealed and unused.
♦Non-refundable goods
♠Prepaid mobile services since they can only be used in Finland.
Additional info: Helsinki-Tallinn route

Tallinn – Helsinki route ( Estonia tax rules)

Standard rate: 20%
Minimum purchase amount: 38,01 Euro
Tax Free goods
♦Refunds are paid on all goods that are exported in the traveler’s personal luggage.
♦Non-refundable goods:
♠Goods with more than 20%  VAT rate
Additional info: Helsinki-Tallinn route


Global Blue tax free return is not available for below route (via Aland Island)  since the shops on the cruise already have tax-free prices:

1) Helsinki-Stockholm v.v,
2) Turku-Stockholm v.v.
3) Tallinn-Stockholm v.v.

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