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Taking drink home.

Wirral, United...
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Taking drink home.

On the way in bought a bottle of vodka from the duty free shop but didn't drink it litre bottle still unopened,can I take it back home with me have hand luggage only?

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1. Re: Taking drink home.

No obviously....

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2. Re: Taking drink home.

Technically you could take it home in hand luggage if you were able to split it into 10 small bottles less than 100ml each.

Wirral, United...
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3. Re: Taking drink home.

Ok thanks thought because it's in a duty free bag with receipt might be ok .

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4. Re: Taking drink home.

No. It would never get through security. You have to buy it airside at the airport dutyfree.

Chorley, United...
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5. Re: Taking drink home.

Julie you could try and sell it cheaper to someone or just leave it to your room cleaner as a gift Vicky

Wirral, United...
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6. Re: Taking drink home.

Thanks that exactly what i did do😎

Litre bottle of vodka, litre bottle of pink gin & a bottle of Rosa wine.

Safe to say one happy maid😂

Standish, United...
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7. Re: Taking drink home.

I'll tell you somewhere to store it via PM.

We arrive tomorrow, and, after I find it, will send you some dosh via Paypal.

(Only joking)

London, United...
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8. Re: Taking drink home.

Who do you fly with? Easyjet allows to check in your hand luggage for 5€ in most flights, maybe worth it if you want to keep the bottle!

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9. Re: Taking drink home.

it happened to me a few years ago got through the first part until the xray then they took it off us and we got a rollocking for trying it

Coventry, United...
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10. Re: Taking drink home.

Put it in your suitcase, in the plastic bag, and well wrapped in clothes, towels etc, and it might get home in one piece. Maybe! Decant it into a plastic bottle to have more chance of surviving.

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