Cherish Me Dublin is a registered Tax Free Worldwide Retailer and we are pleased to offer Tax Free shopping to our customers visiting from outside the EU.
WHAT IS TAX FREE SHOPPING?
If you are a visitor to Ireland from a Non-EU country, you are entitled to reclaim the VAT(Value Added Tax) back on purchases made in Ireland once the items purchased are brought home at the end of your visit. All VAT reclaims are handled via a registered refund agency and can be processed at the Airport upon your departure or by sending the appropriate paper work by post to the Tax Free Worldwide Office when you arrive home.
HOW DOES IT WORK:
When you visit our store, please notify a member of our sales team that you intend to reclaim the VAT back on your purchases and they will assist you with the relevant form required to process your tax refund. The form can be completed In-store and requires various information including your Name, Place of Residence, Passport Details and your Departure Details from the EU. Once you have completed and signed the form, you place it in the Pre-Paid envelop with a copy of your receipt and either drop it into the Tax Free Worldwide Desk at the Airport Departure area or send it by post to the Tax Free Worldwide Office.
* If your total purchase is over €2000 you will also need an additional 'Customs Stamp' which can be obtained at the Airport Arrivals or Departure area.
Note: TAX FREE Shopping only applies to residents living outside the EU.
For more information please contact a member of our SALES TEAM HERE
ONLINE SHOPPING - TAX & CUSTOMS / IMPORT DUTY
Customers outside the EU are not charged Tax (VAT) on online purchases, once the items are being delivered and signed for outside the EU however depending on the value of your order, customs or import charges may apply when you buy online from outside the EU.
Generally speaking, in many cases if your order is below a certain limit then import duties may not apply in your country, however this varies widely between countries and it is the responsibility of the receiver to cover these cost, if they do apply.
If you are unsure we would recommend contacting your local customs or tax office who should be able to advise you on the specific regulations and import costs that may apply in your country.