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I'm going on holiday on tuesday, and will be transiting through Newark Airport in the US.
I know that electronics in America are generally cheaper than the UK, but what about in airports?
Specifically, I'm thinking about a new iPod Nano, and I've found the 4Gb version for ~£80 on amazon.com - that's a lot cheaper than over here.
Can I expect it to be a similar price in US airports?
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Buying electronics in US airports? watch
- Thread Starter
- 24-08-2008 12:05
- 24-08-2008 12:12
Electronics are usually duty free in airports, which makes them reasonably cheap.