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CONTENTS 2-3................. Introduction 4-5................. Exchange Square & New Cathedral Street 6-7................. Selfridges 8-9................. Spinningﬁelds 10-11............ King Street
DKNY Agent Provocateur 12-13............ Market Street & Manchester Arndale 14-15............ Deansgate & St Ann’s Square 16-17............ Northern Quarter 63 Degrees 18-21............ Intu Traﬀord Centre 23.................. Where to Stay Marriott Renaissance Marriott Worsley Park Radisson Blu Manchester Airport e Lowry Hotel 24.................. Manchester Airport 25.................. How to Claim a Refund 26-29............ Tax Free Retailers 31.................. Discover Manchester Yang Sing 32.................. Manchester City Centre Map
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Front cover image: Ted Baker, e Avenue at Spinningﬁelds. Top – £89 / Bag – £79 / Jeans - £109 1
A GUIDE TO TAX FREE SHOPPING IN MANCHESTER In the UK a sales tax of 20% (VAT) is added to goods. Visitors om outside the EU can claim this tax back when departing the country. is guide highlights the best of Manchester’s shopping, lists the tax ee retailers and explains how to claim that refund. Manchester is the shopping capital of the north of England. From stylish shopping malls to specialist markets stalls, quirky boutiques to vintage treasure troves – the city oﬀers a unique and diverse shopping experience.
e best times to visit Manchester for a bargain is during the January and summer sale seasons when most stores oﬀer discounts. Visitors can buy exclusive labels at a fraction of the price.
In the 19th century, Manchester was known as ‘Cottonopolis’ – an international centre for the cotton industry. Today, the city is a hotbed for designers and retailers. Manchester’s exports have gone from textiles to Dame Vivienne Westwood, Matthew Williamson and Henry Holland. Fashion and shopping has been at the heart of the city’s style and attitude.
During November and December the city comes alive with the much-loved Christmas markets bursting with delicious treats and handmade gis, attracting visitors from across the world. Whether you’re looking for designer labels in renowned department stores like Selfridges and Harvey Nichols, one-oﬀ handmade pieces or the latest independent fashion in the Northern Quarter, Manchester has it all and more.
Manchester is a city that is perfect for shopping, its compact nature means that visitors can weave from street to store on foot, or take advantage of the Metroshuttle, the free city centre bus linking all shopping areas. Retailers line the streets and can be found hidden round ever corner, seasonal markets take over squares and spaces. Nestled in between are award-winning attractions and a diverse range of restaurants and bars.
EXCHANGE SQUARE & NEW CATHEDRAL STREET Exchange Square and New Cathedral Street still astound ﬁrst time visitors by the very fact that Selidges and Harvey Nichols as well as top brands Burberry, Radley and Hugo Boss are all on one street. Celebrating its Spanish inﬂuences, Zara proudly sits at the top of this exclusive shopping destination, whilst opposite, FCUK: French Connection attracts those looking for classic designs and high quality timeless pieces. Further down the street are two of the UK’s most loved luxury department stores. Selfridges, with it’s distinctive yellow branding and some of the most-wanted designer labels, including Alexander McQueen, Jimmy Choo and Dior whilst super chic Harvey Nichols features designers such as Prada, Stella McCartney and Marc Jacobs. e cosmetic departments oﬀer the latest international brands including Dior and MAC and make up advice. Both stores oﬀer the ultimate personal shopping experience for those looking for an outﬁt for a special occasion, a new wardrobe, or advice on how to wear the season's latest trends. e service saves time, provides inspiration and allows you to relax with a glass of champagne whilst others do all the hard work for you. e area comes alive with outdoor events during summer whilst winter sees the addition of the twinkling wooden chalets of the Christmas markets.
SELFRIDGES Selidges voted ‘e Best Department Store In e World’ by the Global Department Store Summit 2012, oﬀers a uniquely diﬀerent shopping experience which distinguishes it entirely om any other department store.
Selfridges Exchange Square
Selfridges has two Manchester stores, Selfridges Traﬀord at intu Traﬀord Centre and Selfridges Exchange Square in the city centre, oﬀering cutting-edge fashion, the most beautiful jewellery, sought aer watches, luxury accessories, the best beauty brands and much more - all available under one roof.
Selfridges welcomes international visitors with a number of specially designed services available in store. Eligible customers are able to claim between 10-14% tax back on purchases, or schedule some time with an expert Personal Shopping consultant.
Selfridges Traﬀord is conveniently located just outside Manchester city centre near Manchester United Old Traﬀord Football Stadium. e store is situated within the destination that is intu Traﬀord Centre, the largest leisure and retail centre in the United Kingdom.
Selfridges Exchange Square is located in the heart of Manchester. It boasts a newly refurbished Beauty Hall and luxury Accessories area, housing the world’s top designer brands. Selfridges Exchange Square is a one-stop shop for luxurious retail therapy.
Explore the world of beauty
e Beauty Hall at Selfridges Traﬀord has the largest beauty oﬀering outside the ﬂagship store in London, Oxford Street. Both Exchange and Traﬀord carry some of the most coveted beauty brands and exclusive fragrances, such as Tom Ford and Chanel, to the latest in skin care and make-up as well as top-to-toe grooming from manicures to eyebrow threading.
Selfridges Exchange Square and Traﬀord hold some of the world’s top designer women’s and mens collections. Shop Selfridges fashion edit from brands such as Alexander McQueen, Dior, Lanvin and Burberry. e stores also have a stylish edit of contemporary brands which include Helmut Lang, Alexander Wang, Acne and Marni.
Fine jewellery, watches, luxury gis, accessories and shoes
Selfridges Exchange Square Accessories department houses a multitude of luxury brands including Chanel, Hermès, Louis Vuitton and Tiﬀany as well as a stylish edit of collections from the most desirable contemporary brands such as, Celine, Balenciaga and Alexander McQueen. e Watch Galleries contains extraordinary time pieces from world famous brands including Cartier, Audemars Piguet and Vacheron Constantin. Or if you have a penchant for shoes, Selfridges Traﬀord Shoe Lounge is host to some of the most stylish and luxurious designer brands including Christian Louboutin, Prada, Fendi and Jimmy Choo.
Personal Shopping Selidges Exchange Square +44 (0)75 9086 2741 Selidges Traﬀord Centre +44 (0)161 629 1177 Tax Refund Services Selidges Exchange Square +44 (0)161 838 0624 Selidges intu Traﬀord Centre +44 (0)161 629 1261
Selfridges intu Traﬀord Centre 7
SPINNINGFIELDS Located oﬀ central Deansgate, Spinningﬁelds is Manchester’s trendy hangout and shopping getaway. Not only is Spinningﬁelds well known for its restaurants and annual events programme; e Avenue is also fast becoming the ultimate destination for a retail getaway. Spinningﬁelds is a place where shoppers and party goers come to unwind in some of the city’s best restaurants and bars. is includes the award winning Australasia, an iconic building situated below Emporio Armani, Manchester’s quirky pub, e Oast House & Spinningﬁelds’ new kid on the block, Neighbourhood.
As the popular destination combines worldclass architecture alongside contemporary public spaces, it is deemed to be the perfect spot for an aernoon of shopping, drinking and dining. Who knows, it could even lead to some dancing. During the summer season, e Avenue is the hub of Manchester’s social calendar hosting an exciting blend of live music festivals, fashion shows and VIP parties at the bohemian Oast House. e city’s favourite al fresco alehouse, provides an eclectic oﬀering of food and an exclusive range of beers in a truly unique environment. eir complimentary live music festivals, Spinfest, attracts thousands of visitors every Bank Holiday.
With an impressive array of shops including Emporio Armani, Mulberry, Flannels, Oliver Sweeney, L.K.Bennett, Ted Baker Pashion, DKNY Men, AllSaints, Brooks Brothers, Calvin Klein, Kurt Geiger, jewellers Phillip Stoner, boutique ﬂorist David Wayman and Nicky Clarke, you’ll be sure to ﬁnd key wardrobe pieces, occasion wear and accessories to satisfy your spree.
If live alfresco music isn’t for you, the new and critically acclaimed Neighborhood brings New York’s trendy Meat Packing District to the streets of Manchester. Hosts of the hugely popular cosmopolitan style Brunch Club, the venue draws on New York’s penchant for a 24-hour culture catering for party-goers who are keen to extend their weekend.
From the best of British at Mulberry, to a pair of customised tattoo-shoes by master cobblers Oliver Sweeney; a trip to e Avenue will promise to be the most unique retail experience in the city. Each shop provides the ultimate in customer service and oﬀers complimentary, undivided personal shopping to every customer.
With a huge emphasis on the world’s ﬁnest designers, best eateries and unique nightlife, visitors can escape the hustle and bustle and relax in the safe hands of e Avenue’s experts in fashion and entertainment.
KING STREET King Street is where you’re likely to spot the city’s celebrities and footballers’ wives picking up a little something for the weekend. Try containing your excitement for a street lined with brands such as the urban Diesel and Crombie who celebrate over 200 years of authentic British style and are the very epitome of sartorial fashion favoured by royalty, politicians, presidents and celebrities. It is also home to Jaeger, a luxury British brand known for designing stylish, innovative and superb quality womenswear. King Street is an exhilarating mix of jaw-dropping window displays and beautiful shop fronts, each enticing shoppers with their own signature style.
of Vivienne Westwood whose own boutique sits proudly at the top of the street. It is also home to internationally renowned brands such as the much adored Tommy Hilﬁger – classic American style with a refreshing twist. If you’re looking for a more lavish shopping experience then indulge in the exclusive Hermés, arguably France’s most luxurious fashion house oﬀering a selection of traditionally styled luxury goods, designer clothes and accessories. Set across three ﬂoors, the Cath Kidston store is the largest to date, stocking their ever popular homeware, fashion, children and baby ranges. Best known for it’s witty, vintage inspired prints and products.
Flying the ﬂag for British design are the likes of Karen Millen for instantly recognisable eveningwear, and spicing things up, Agent Provocateur; co-founded by Joseph Corré, son
DKNY 76-80 King St, Manchester, M2 4NH Simply stated, DKNY is the energy and spirit of New York. International, eclectic, fun, fast and real. DKNY addresses the real-life needs of people everywhere, from work to weekend, jeans to evening. Both fashionable and friendly, DKNY consistently delivers its unique mix of style around the world. T: +44 (0)161 819 1048 E: ManchesterStore802@dkintl.com
Agent Provocateur 81 King Street, Manchester, M2 4AH Oﬀering lingerie, nightwear, swimwear, bedding, beauty, luggage and eyewear, Agent Provocateur believes in beautiful design and exceptional quality. Provocative, but always leaving something to the imagination, Agent Provocateur has a very British sense of style and humour. T: +44 (0)161 833 3735 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
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MARKET STREET & MANCHESTER ARNDALE Market Street and Manchester Arndale is the beating heart of the city’s retail oﬀering, bursting with popular international brands and market stalls, with food and drink establishments scattered in-between. Market Street is the very deﬁnition of the modern British high street and is much adored by visitors from all over the world. e area is host to a diverse shopping oﬀering such as the three storey art deco façade of Debenhams with a wide range of clothing, toys, furnishings and electrical goods.
Manchester Arndale is a shopping mall with over 240 shops, which includes the likes of Apple, Swatch and the luxury crystal makers, Swarovski, where you will be in awe of the glistening jewellery displays. Firm favourites such as Topshop and Clarks are all under one roof to ensure that you have an unrivalled shopping experience amongst the best brands without having to travel too far.
Half-way along Market Street visit H&M, the proclaimed fast-fashion store and All Saints oﬀering sharp edge clothing for those who want a more British rock 'n' roll look. For a more retro and vintage look, go to Urban Outﬁtters, their bohemian apparel and furniture will add personality to your wardrobe. Opposite Debenhams is the newly multi million pound refurbished Primark; arguably one of the city’s busiest retailers is a place for fantastic value for money clothes, accessories and footwear. At the end of the street you will meet one of Britain’s favourite brands, Mark’s and Spencer. Best known for its quality fashion and food. It’s the traditional label encompassing the classic British style.
DEANSGATE & ST ANN’S SQUARE With an eclectic collection of independent and renowned brands, Deansgate and St Ann’s Square is a must visit. St Ann’s Square is a historical area which includes three distinctive buildings - the Royal Exchange, Barton Arcade and the elegant 18th century St Ann's Church, aer whom the square is named. e area is a major venue for visiting Continental, Farmer's and Christmas street markets every year and has several well known shopping outlets, including Oﬃce, Moss Bros and Gap. In addition to these fashion houses, the area boasts a David. M. Robinson store specialising in ﬁne designer jewellery and luxury designer watches. Barton Arcade at the bottom of Deansgate, is a beautiful Victorian structure of iron and glass. e arcade was extensively restored in the 1980s and now houses exclusive shops and boutiques. e General Store is Manchester’s newest addition on the city’s independent shopping map synonymous with cutting edge and rock n roll garments for both men and women. Next door you will ﬁnd Intro, who specialise in premium menswear brands, popular for those who have a passion for urban clothing. Inside this elegant setting lies the ﬁrst stand alone store for Jeﬀery West in the North, a boutique for modern men who want shoes with good old fashioned quality and service.
On Deansgate no luxury shopping trip would be complete without a visit to one of Manchester’s premium and longest running department stores. For over 175 years, House of Fraser (founded as Kendal’s in 1835) has pulled in the fashionistas with the latest collections from across the world.
THE NORTHERN QUARTER If you’re looking for an alternative shopping experience, look no further than the bohemian Northern Quarter, home to an array of unique independent retailers, boutiques, cafes and bars. Here you’ll ﬁnd vintage and customised fashion, art, jewellery, gis and records. Aﬄecks, is an Aladdin’s cave of one-oﬀ traders, oﬀering everything from bespoke jewellery and clothing, to arts, cras, retro sweets and tattoo stores. Spend hours getting lost in the labyrinth of weird and wonderful treasures in one of the city’s best loved department stores.
Curiouser and Curiouser’s limited edition cutting edge collections include one oﬀ pieces so you can rest assured that your ﬁnds won't be seen on anyone else. Housed in a big space with ﬂoor to ceiling glass windows, the Richard Goodall Gallery exhibits rock posters, illustrations and photography by emerging and established artists for those who want to take some local art home with them.
Vintage clothing boutiques include Retro Rehab, JUNK and Blue Rinse, oﬀer tailored clothes and accessories. Manchester Cra and Design Centre, the beautifully restored former Victorian market, is home to an array of artistrun studios oﬀering the best in local design, jewellery, bags and accessories.
e Northern Quarter is also home to the best independent cafés and restaurants, indulge in a traditional Aernoon Tea of delicious home made sandwiches and cakes at Teacup, Home Sweet Home or Sugar Junction.
If you are on the hunt for rare vinyl and independent music, visit Piccadilly Records, Eastern Bloc and Vinyl Exchange. Magma is a design book shop with everything from stylish coﬀee table hardbacks to unique gis.
63 Degrees 20 Church St, Manchester, Greater Manchester M4 1PN 63 Degrees uses only the best, locally sourced ingredients for our personal expression of modern French cuisine. A place to share new taste experiences and enjoy ﬁne dining without formality. T: +44 (0)161 832 5438 E: email@example.com
INTU TRAFFORD CENTRE Just outside of the city centre, is the retail paradise and multi-award winning intu Traﬀord Centre, one of the most visited shopping centres in the UK. It oﬀers tax ee shopping throughout many stores including high end brands such as Hugo Boss, Reiss and Kurt Geiger. Intu Traﬀord Centre, one of the largest shopping centres in Europe, is one of Greater Manchester’s most popular attractions and is just a short bus or taxi ride from the city centre.
is includes John Lewis, DKNY, Armani Exchange and Calvin Klein and the stunning Selfridges store that oﬀers brands such as Miu Miu, Jimmy Choo, Michael Kors and Mulberry.
e old-modern and aristocratic architecture of intu Traﬀord Centre makes its visitors feel like they are inside a palace, taking the shopping experience to another level. It’s like no other shopping centre in Europe, with glazed domes, gold edged columns, statues, murals, fountains and elaborate staircases. Above all, it is a destination in itself – somewhere you can spend the whole day - either with friends or family.
For those that love the latest trends, look out for stores like Forever 21, Banana Republic and Victoria’s Secret (opening Summer 2013) – which you won’t ﬁnd anywhere else in the North West. British designers at the Centre include Karen Millen, Vivienne Westwood and Stella McCartney. No outﬁt is complete without a touch of jewellery – so look out for shops including Goldsmiths, Omega and Beaverbrooks where you can also pick up luxury watch brands like Rolex and Breitling.
Intu Traﬀord Centre is home to some of the world's ﬁnest brands. It boasts lots of stores oﬀering desirable labels to suit all tastes.
e majority of stores at intu Traﬀord Centre oﬀer tax free shopping so speak to the staﬀ as you shop for more information. Just follow these simple steps:
e Great Hall & e Orient Your experience would not be complete without a visit to e Orient and e Great Hall - where all of the restaurants, bars, cafés and cinema are located. e Orient - Europe's largest food court – has over 60 restaurants and cafés. e steam ship-theme architecture of e Orient will make you feel like you’re on a cruise somewhere in the Atlantic. Its starry roof and accompaniment of lifeboats will make you feel like being on holiday.
• While doing your shopping, ask the staﬀ in the shop for a Tax Refund Form. • When you’re leaving the country, take your purchases, receipts and passport to the customs desk to get your Tax Refund Form(s) stamped. • Send the validated form in the prepaid envelope and you will receive your refund directly onto your payment card.
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WHERE TO STAY Manchester oﬀers a wide range of accommodation which includes luxury hotels, apartments and country houses. Marriott Renaissance Blackiars Street, Deansgate, Manchester, M3 2EQ e Renaissance Marriott city centre hotel is situated on Deansgate within walking distance to Harvey Nichols, Selfridges, the Arndale Centre and Market Street. e hotel oﬀers incredibly spacious bedrooms with stunning views of the city, air conditioning, lounge area and WIFI access. T: +44 (0) 161 831 6000
Worsley Park A Marriott Hotel & Country Club Marriott Worsley Park, Manchester M28 2QT Perfectly located just 10 minutes from the Traﬀord Centre, with its own championship golf course, spa and country club, this hotel has something to keep everybody happy on a shopping trip! T: +44 (0)161 975 2000 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Radisson Blu Manchester Airport Chicago Ave, Manchester Airport, M90 3RA Oﬀering the perfect location for exploring the many shopping areas Manchester has to oﬀer. e hotel has a range of beautiful rooms including Business Class rooms and Suites, extensive health club facilities and spa. T: +44 (0)161 490 5000 E: email@example.com
The Lowry Hotel 50 Dearmans Pl, Chapel Wharf, Salford, Manchester M3 5LH e Lowry Hotel is part of Rocco Forte hotels and is contemporary, luxurious and comfortable oﬀering the very highest quality accommodation, facilities and services including 165 bedrooms (six riverside suites and the Presidential suite). T: +44 (0)161 827 4000 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
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MANCHESTER AIRPORT e award-winning Manchester Airport is the largest airport outside London. including exclusive tax free shopping, free wiﬁ and a wide range of dining.
With three terminals handling over 19 million passengers each year, Manchester Airport is the global gateway to the North of England. 65 airlines ensure Manchester is directly connected to over 190 destinations and no more than one-stop away from anywhere in the world.
Airport shopping and dining Join the vast number of savvy shoppers already taking advantage of exclusive tax and duty free savings at the airport. Choose from luxury brands, cosmetics, clothing, electrical goods and more. en, make the most of the wide selection of food and drink options available across all three terminals.
With over 19,000 members of staﬀ, the airport has also achieved prestigious industry recognition for customer service. Whether travelling for business or pleasure, Manchester Airport oﬀers a host of facilities and services to help ensure hassle-free travel
HOW TO CLAIM A REFUND International visitors from outside the EU are entitled to reclaim the sales tax (VAT) of 20% (16.67% of the total purchase price) on most of the goods purchased here*.
Global Blue Global Blue UK, 11th Floor GWII, Great West House, Great West Road, Brentford, TW8
In order to claim back the VAT, follow the instructions below:
T: +421 232 111 111 English, German, French, Russian, Italian and Spanish T: +65 69 22 55 88 English, Japanese, Chinese E: email@example.com/ firstname.lastname@example.org www.globalblue.com
• At the time of purchase ask for a VAT refund form along with the receipt. • Complete the form including your name, full address, passport number and arrival and departure dates. • If Manchester Airport is your ﬁnal point of departure from the EU, locate a Customs Oﬃcer in the departure lounge at the terminal with your goods, receipts and forms. e Customs Oﬃcer will stamp the form and return to you.
Tax Free Worldwide Tax Free Worldwide UK Ltd, 1a e Chandlery, 50 Westminster Bridge Rd, London, SE1 7QY, UK
• Post the form in one of the tax free refund boxes at the terminal or to the tax free agent to obtain your refund.
T: +44 (0) 207 612 1560 www.taxeeworldwide.com/uk
• Your tax will be refunded on the card you have used to purchase the goods. Please note that at other UK Airports you may be able to obtain a cash refund or cheque depending on which facilities are available. You are advised to check before you travel.
Premier Tax Free Fintrax House, Station Road North, Merstham, Surrey, RH1 3ED, UK T: +44 (0) 1737 644922 E: email@example.com www.premiertaxee.com
ere are a number of agents that are responsible for tax free refunds, listed opposite. For a full list of retailers go to pages 26-29.
*Terms and conditions apply. Percentage refund may vary. In order to be eligible for a VAT refund in the UK you must be a non-EU resident. You are only eligible if you spend a minimum amount in one store on the same day. is amount varies from one country to the next. You need to have spent fewer than 365 days out of the two years prior to making the purchase living in the UK, and you must be leaving the EU (for at least 12 months) within three months of making the purchase.
TAX FREE RETAILERS Here are some of the key tax ee retailers in Manchester - this isn’t a deﬁnitive list, so please ask the cashier at the time of purchase.
DEANSGATE & ST ANNS SQUARE Blacks Leisure 200 Deansgate Outdoor clothing blacks.co.uk Blacks Leisure 133 Deansgate Outdoor clothing blacks.co.uk Brooks Brothers Men’s/Women’s fashion brooksbrothers.com Cotswold Outdoor Outdoor clothing cotswoldoutdoor.com
Fred Perry Men’s/Women’s fashion fredperry.com House of Fraser Luxury Department store houseoﬀraser.co.uk Mulberry Company Men’s/Women’s fashion mulberry.com Staples Stationary/oﬃce supplies staples.co.uk
Emporio Armani Men’s/Women’s fashion armani.com/gb
EXCHANGE SQUARE & NEW CATHEDRAL ST Aspecto Men’s/Women’s fashion aspecto.co.uk
Harvey Nichols Luxury department store harveynichols.com
Louis Vuitton Men’s/Women’s fashion louisvuitton.co.uk
Burberry Men’s/Women’s fashion burberry.com
Hobbs Women’s fashion hobbs.co.uk
Mappin & Webb Jewellery store mappinandwebb.com
Camper Footwear camper.com
Hugo Boss Men’s/Women’s fashion hugoboss.com
Molton Brown Beauty/cosmetics store moltonbrown.co.uk
French Connection Men’s/Women’s fashion frenchconnection.com
J Barbour & Sons Men’s/Women’s fashion barbour.com
Moss Group Men’s fashion moss.co.uk
GAP Men’s/Women’s fashion thegap.co.uk
Lacoste Men’s/Women’s fashion shop-uk.lacoste.com
Oﬃce 16 St Anns Square Footwear oﬃce.co.uk
Oﬃce 3 St Anne's House Footwear oﬃce.co.uk Radley Handbags, purses & accessories radley.co.uk Russell & Bromley Footwear russellandbromley.co.uk Selfridges Luxury department store selfridges.com
TAX FREE RETAILERS
KING STREET Agent Provocateur Lingerie agentprovocateur.com
Crombie Manchester Men’s fashion crombie.co.uk
Jaeger Men’s/women’s fashion jaeger.co.uk
Moss Group Formal men’s fashion moss.co.uk
Belstaﬀ Men’s fashion belstaﬀ.com
Diesel Men’s/Women’s fashion diesel.com
Jack Wills Men’s/women’s fashion jackwills.com
Phase Eight Women’s fashion phase-eight.co.uk
Boodles Jewellery store boodles.com
DKNY Men’s/Women’s fashion dkny.com
Jacques Vert Women’s occasion wear jacques-vert.co.uk
Savoy Taylors Guild Men’s fashion savoytaylorsguild.co.uk
Cath Kidston Homeware, clothing, accessories cathkidston.co.uk
Ernest Jones Jewellery store ernestjones.co.uk
Karen Millen Women’s fashion karenmillen.com
Tommy Hilﬁger Men’s/women’s fashion uk.tommy.com
Hermès Men’s/women’s fashion hermes.com
L'Occitane Cosmetic loccitane.com
Hobbs Men’s/women’s fashion hobbs.co.uk
Monsoon Women’s fashion monsoon.co.uk
Watches of Switzerland Watch store watches-ofswitzerland.co.uk
Charles Tyrwhitt Men’s fashion ctshirts.co.uk
Whistles Women’s fashion whistles.co.uk
TAX FREE RETAILERS
MARKET STREET/MANCHESTER ARNDALE Accessorize Women’s fashion/accessories accessorize.com Adidas (UK) Ltd Sportswear adidas.co.uk Aldo Footwear aldoshoes.com/uk Apple Entertainment/digital www.apple.com/uk Beaverbrooks Jewellery store beaverbrooks.co.uk British Home Stores (BHS) Department store bhs.co.uk Burton Men’s fashion burton.co.uk Clarks Footwear clarks.co.uk Clas Ohlson Hardware retailer clasohlson.com Coast Women’s fashion coast-stores.com Currys Digital Entertainment/digital currys.co.uk Debenhams Department store debenhams.com Dorothy Perkins Women’s fashion dorothyperkins.com
Ernest Jones Jewellery store ernestjones.co.uk
JD Sports 16-18 Barbarolli Mall Sportswear jdsports.co.uk
Evans Women’s fashion evans.co.uk
Jessops Camera/digital jessops.com
Fossil Watch store fossil.co.uk
JJB Sports Sportswear jjbsports.com
Goldsmiths Jewellery store goldsmiths.co.uk
Kitbag Sportswear kitbag.com
Guess Men’s/Women’s fashion guess.com
La Senza Lingerie lasenza.co.uk
H Samuel Arndale Centre Jewellery store hsamuel.co.uk
Lush - 10 Market Street Cosmetics lush.co.uk
H Samuel 103 Market Street Jewellery store hsamuel.co.uk
Lush - Arndale Centre Cosmetics lush.co.uk Manchester City FC Sportswear mcfc.co.uk
H&M 90 Hallé Mall Men’s/Women’s fashion hm.com/gb/
Marks and Spencer Department store marksandspencer.com
H&M 68-70 Market Street Men’s/Women’s fashion hm.com/gb/
Miss Selfridge Women’s fashion missselfridge.com
Helly Hansen Outdoor clothing hellyhansen.com
Monsoon Women’s fashion monsoon.co.uk
HMV New Cannon Street Music/entertainment hmv.com
New Look Women’s fashion newlook.com
JD Sports - Hallé Square Sportswear jdsports.co.uk
Next Men’s/Women’s fashion next.co.uk
Nike City Sportswear nike.com/gb/en_gb Oasis Women’s fashion oasis-stores.com Octopus Stationary/oﬃce supplies Pandora Jewellery/Accessories pandora.net/en-gb Primark- Manchester Men’s/Women’s fashion primark.co.uk Republic Men’s/Women’s fashion republic.co.uk Schuh Ltd Footwear schuh.co.uk Slater MenswearManchester Mens fashion slaters.co.uk Sony Centre Entertainment/digital sony.co.uk Superdry Men’s/Women’s fashion superdry.com Swatch Watch store swatch.com/gb_en Swarovski Jewellery store swarovski.com Urban Outﬁtters Men’s/Women’s fashion urbanoutﬁtters.co.uk
TAX FREE RETAILERS
INTU TRAFFORD CENTRE is is just a selection of the stores that oﬀer tax free shopping.
DKNY Jeans Men’s/women’s fashion dkny.com
L’Occitane Beauty/ Cosmetics uk.loccitane.com
Selfridges Luxury department store selfridges.com
A|X Armani Exchange Men’s/Women’s fashion armaniexchange.com
Ernest Jones Jewellery/watches ernestjones.co.uk
Laura Ashley Homeware lauraashley.com
Scotts Men’s fashion scottsmenswear.com
Accessorize Women’s fashion/ accessories accessorize.com
Forever 21 Women’s fashion forever21.com
Lipsy Women’s fashion lipsy.co.uk
Superdry Men’s/Women’s fashion superdry.com
Fraser Hart Jewellery/watches fraserhart.co.uk
Lush Beauty/cosmetics lush.co.uk
e Body Shop Beauty/cosmetics thebodyshop.co.uk
Gap Men’s/Women’s fashion thegap.co.uk
Mamas & Papas Babywear mamasandpapas.com
e North Face Outdoor clothing thenorthface.com
Goldsmiths Jewellery/watches goldsmiths.co.uk
Mango Women’s fashion mango.com
e Pen Shop Stationery/oﬃce supplies penshop.co.uk
Guess Men’s/Women’s fashion guess.com
Marks & Spencer Department store marksandspencer.com
omas Sabo Jewellery store thomassabo.com
Hawes & Curtis Men’s/Women’s fashion hawesandcurtis.com
Monsoon Women’s fashion monsoon.co.uk
Timberland Outdoor clothing timberland.com
Jack & Jones Men’s fashion jackjones.com
Oasis Women’s fashion oasis-stores.com
T.M. Lewin Men’s/Women’s fashion tmlewin.co.uk
JD Sports Sportswear jdsports.co.uk
Omega Watches omegawatches.com
JD King of Trainers Footwear jdsports.co.uk
Radley Accecssories radley.co.uk
Topshop /Topman Men’s/Women’s fashion topman.com topshop.com
John Lewis Department store johnlewis.com
Reiss Men’s/Women’s fashion reiss.com
Karen Millen Women’s fashion karenmillen.com
Republic Men’s/Women’s fashion republic.co.uk
Kurt Geiger Footwear kurtgeiger.com
River Island Men’s/Women’s fashion riverisland.com
Aldo Footwear aldoshoes.com/uk All Saints Men’s/Women’s fashion allsaints.com Ann Summers Lingerie annsummers.com Banana Republic Men’s/Women’s fashion bananarepublic.co.uk Beaverbrooks Jewellery /watches beaverbrooks.co.uk Bench Men’s/Women’s fashion bench.co.uk Bertie Footwear dune.co.uk/bertie British Home Stores (BHS) Department store bhs.co.uk Coast Women’s fashion coast-stores.com Debenhams Luxury department store debenhams.com
Zara Men’s/Women’s fashion zara.com
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