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    Bringing Alcohol

    Hello everyone. I am going on my first trip to Aruba in June! I am taking my mom and we are very excited. This site has been so helpful in planning my trip. I do have question about bringing Alcohol in checked baggage. I know this has been posted on here many times...but my question is it states that you can bring...1 litre of distilled beverages or 2.25 litres of wine or 3 litres beer.
    We will be bringing wine. Bottles are usually 750 ML...so does that mean I can bring more than one bottle or just one larger bottle of wine.

    Sorry if this is dumb question, but I just want to make sure I dot all my i's and cross my T's...especially when it comes to some tasty beverages.....the more the better!
    THANKS!

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    I would say 2.2 litres total. 3 - 26 ounces.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crystalp View Post
    1 litre of distilled beverages or 2.25 litres of wine or 3 litres beer.
    We will be bringing wine. Bottles are usually 750 ML...so does that mean I can bring more than one bottle or just one larger bottle of wine.
    2.25 Liters (L) = 2250 Milliliters (ml)

    3 bottles (750 ml each) of wine duty free (750 ml X 3= 2250 ml)

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    Thanks...i was just checking that only bottle is 0.75 L...that i was still alllowed more than one bottle

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    That limit is per person. Stock up, enjoy, and save a bundle.

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    while in aruba, if you have the opportunity, visit lings grocery store.
    lings has a terrific assortment of wines from all over the world.
    we have purchased some chilean wines there are they were delicious.
    enjoy.


    Quote Originally Posted by crystalp View Post
    Hello everyone. I am going on my first trip to Aruba in June! I am taking my mom and we are very excited. This site has been so helpful in planning my trip. I do have question about bringing Alcohol in checked baggage. I know this has been posted on here many times...but my question is it states that you can bring...1 litre of distilled beverages or 2.25 litres of wine or 3 litres beer.
    We will be bringing wine. Bottles are usually 750 ML...so does that mean I can bring more than one bottle or just one larger bottle of wine.

    Sorry if this is dumb question, but I just want to make sure I dot all my i's and cross my T's...especially when it comes to some tasty beverages.....the more the better!
    THANKS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by crystalp View Post
    it states that you can bring...1 litre of distilled beverages or 2.25 litres of wine or 3 litres beer.
    THANKS!
    Is this in an official document somewhere? I had thought it was limited to 1 liter of wine or liquor per person......can someone please confirm?
    Please contact via e-mail at arubarennowner@gmail.com



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    I will not bring wine they have cheap wine at the grocery Lings .We paid some bottle $6.00 us and $5.00 us very good to from Chilli ,Liquer is expensif like the bacardi $50.00 us 1/2 gallon Buy it at the duty free where are you fligthing you can buy after you pass the security .Beer is $45.00 caisses .
    Enjoy your vacation bring your seft a small cooler.
    ginette

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    http://www.iatatravelcentre.com/AW-A...ns-details.htm

    1 litre of distilled beverages or 2.25 litres of wine or 3 litres beer;

    check out the link


    Quote Originally Posted by rob o View Post
    Is this in an official document somewhere? I had thought it was limited to 1 liter of wine or liquor per person......can someone please confirm?

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    The ( wines (Chilean wines great) on the island are avail in grocery stores, they are good and cheap. Why bring them with you...50 lbs per piece of luggage gets heavy fast.

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