ZATCA Implements SR3000 Maximum Duty-Free Limit For Incoming Passengers
Category: Saudi Arabia

The Saudi Zakat, Tax and Customs Authority (ZATCA) enforces new regulations, setting a maximum duty-free purchase limit of SR3000 for passengers arriving in the Kingdom.

Key Points from ZATCA's Announcement:

Requirements for customs duties and taxes exemption at arrival lounges across land, sea, and air customs points are approved, specifying purchase limits and quantities for incoming passengers.

The maximum purchase limit from arrival duty-free markets is set at SR3,000 per passenger, intended for personal use, with a cap of 200 cigarettes per passenger.

Operators of arrival duty-free markets can now apply for licenses after regulatory procedures with relevant authorities, with applications accepted through various channels including a unified call center, email, and live chat on ZATCA's website.

Enhancing Passenger Experience:

ZATCA's initiative aims to enhance logistical services for duty-free market operators at customs points, improving the experience for arriving passengers by offering duty-free products exempted from customs duties and taxes.

Alignment with GCC Customs System:

These regulations align with the unified customs system for Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries, following a Cabinet decision allowing duty-free markets establishment at entry points and sales to arriving and departing passengers.

15 May, 2024 0 137
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