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jensenst

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Posted: 07/17/19 12:10pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Can each person bring 24 cans each?

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"U.S. citizens crossing the border into Canada to visit are allowed to bring the following item quantities into Canada duty free: 1.5 liters of wine, or 1.14 liters (40 ounces) of liquor, or 24 cans or bottles of beer. 1 carton (200 cigarettes), up to 50 cigars, and 200g of loose tobacco."

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Better bring your own cigs if you smoke. Canadian cigs are terrible.


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I heard the limits have changed lately, so double check the official sites.
Crossed Canadian border a week ago and unlike in previous visit- nobody ask me about carried alcohol, when they ask lot of question about firearms.





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SidecarFlip wrote:

Better bring your own cigs if you smoke. Canadian cigs are terrible.

That's funny! When I used to smoke and was going to the states, that's what I used to say about American cigarettes!

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You can bring in as much beer as you want, just declare it when asked (and they will ask).....

The catch is : there is a limit on duty free amounts and any amounts exceeding that threshold you dearly will pay for it.


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Posted: 07/17/19 02:32pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

2oldman wrote:

"U.S. citizens crossing the border into Canada to visit are allowed to bring the following item quantities into Canada duty free: 1.5 liters of wine, or 1.14 liters (40 ounces) of liquor, or 24 cans or bottles of beer. 1 carton (200 cigarettes), up to 50 cigars, and 200g of loose tobacco."


Correct.

For all the details, see this website.
The Canadian CBSA is our US CBP.


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Buy beer when you get to Canada. They have some good stuff up there.

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gbopp wrote:

Buy beer when you get to Canada. They have some good stuff up there.


I was going to ask, don't they sell beer in Canada?


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IB853347201 wrote:

SidecarFlip wrote:

Better bring your own cigs if you smoke. Canadian cigs are terrible.

That's funny! When I used to smoke and was going to the states, that's what I used to say about American cigarettes!

Does one kill you faster than the other?

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