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Christmas Shopping at LJLA
We have to admit, we know that the airport isn’t the first place most people thing about when they consider Christmas shopping, but if you’re travelling from Liverpool John Lennon Airport during the run up to Christmas, it can be worth taking a look around for gifts for your family and friends.
Whether it’s designer perfume, skincare, cosmetics, fashion accessories or beer, wine and spirits, you can get them at World Duty Free, with all of your loved ones’ favourite brands at tax free prices, ready to make the perfect gift. Or you can also shop tax free at JD Sports for the latest fashion, sportswear and, of course, trainers – perfect if you have fashion-conscious teens to buy for.
If you’re buying for a lady who loves her luxury skincare and beauty, you should also check out our brand new Obey Your Body shop, which features the best of their high performance beauty products.
Or perhaps you know someone who’s setting off on their own travels in the new year – in which case, some travel money from Travelex may well be the ideal gift. You can even pre-order and collect it as you pick up your own currency.
Gifts you buy at LJLA don’t just have to be for people you’re flying off to visit either. You can buy for people at home by using our shop and collect service. This means that if you’re travelling to a destination within the EU, you can shop as much as you want and then just collect it on your return – all for free! All you need to do is tell the cashier you would like to collect on return.
So remember, when you’re travelling from LJLA, take advantage of the time spent waiting for your flight and get some Christmas shopping ticked off your list.
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