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Given the way visa exemptions normally work in Thailand I would say it's option 1 (subject to changing rules): One entering Thailand under this scheme on or before that date will be granted the visa exemption for a 45 days stay. To elaborate on this consider the following picture of passport stamps issued at BKK: Image from Wikipedia as a public domain ...


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The problem is that at the moment, the news moves a lot and it may also depend on where you enter Thailand. For example for Phuket which is becoming a sandbox, from July 1st there will be no quarantine if you have a vaccination certificate (if things don't move by then). For the moment, if you enter before this date and on presentation of a Certificate of ...


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Ok, so lets establish some facts here. The ticket was purchased via Orbitz - this is the ticketing agent. The flights are operated by Air Serbia, and the journey starts within the EU (Athens), has one connection outside the EU, and ends within the EU (Rome). The original flight was pushed back by a full day - this would be classed as a cancellation and ...


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The official way to do this, as other answers have pointed out or alluded to, is to check with customs (and probably immigration) of the country you intend to sell the items in beforehand what the legal terms are. I assume that practically all countries will legally require a declaration of the goods you are importing to customs and will require you to pay ...


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They'll let you fly. And make you fly home! Entering a foreign country is not a right, unless you are a citizen there. They'll let you board the plane. But either at your destination or enroute, you will have to go through Immigration (which is looking at you) and Customs (which is looking at your stuff). You will be asked the purpose of your trip, and ...


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There are several things which may affect your plan: First, many retailers (especially if they are the brand’s own store) have limits on how many identical items one can buy, especially when there are special promotions. It may be different for end of the season sales where they want to offload anything that is going to be out of fashion quickly, but for ...


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This is not an issue for airport security (unless you violate the limits they define), they couldn't care less if you have 500 pairs of underwear or such. It's an issue for Customs at arrivals. Most countries limit the things you can bring for free, and require you to pay import duty for articles you plan to sell. Bypassing this is called 'smuggling'. It ...


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If the perfumes are liquids, you may not be allowed to bring a large quantity of them in a carry on bag. A checked bag should be fine from a security standpoint; however as Nate Eldridge points out in the comments there may be a limit as to how much you can bring if they are considered flammable. The bigger issue will be customs at the destination country. ...


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I traveled a lot 2014-2018. At some Greyhound stations, every bag was weighed. At others, no attention was paid to it at all.


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