Services

The 15,000-square-foot store offers a variety of services and service in both of Canada’s official languages.

  • Service in both of Canada’s official languages
  • Clean, spacious restrooms
  • Large humidor with a fine selection of cigars
  • Large dedicated parking area for RVs and tour buses

AN AMBASSADOR TO INTERNATIONAL TRAVELERS
The Ambassador Duty Free Store serves as an “ambassador” by providing information on attractions throughout Ontario.

Our friendly, knowledgeable and helpful staff will assist you with all of your shopping needs. We know you’ll find your stop at The Ambassador Duty Free Store to be an enjoyable and cost-saving way to shop. To maintain our efficiency and convenience for shoppers, we’ve installed an on-site banking machine and a state-of-the-art system that allows for expedient processing of credit cards and debit cards.

Personal Exemptions

  • Except for restricted items, you can bring back any amount of goods as long as you are willing to pay the duties and any provincial amounts that apply.
  • The word “duties” includes duty, excise taxes. It does not include provincial sales tax.
Minimum Absence Exemption
24 hours $200
48 hours $800

Canadians visiting the U.S. *per person

Personal Consumption

Tobacco:

  • 200 cigarettes (1 carton)
  • 50 cigars and

Alcohol:

  • 1 litre (35 imperial oz.) of wine or liquor or
  • 1 case of beer (24)

Americans returning to the U.S. *per person

Absence Exemption
24 hours $200
48 hours $800
  • Liquor and tobacco are excluded from exemption when absent for less than 48 hours
  • After a minimum stay of 48 hours, you may bring back the following in alcohol and tobacco

Tobacco:

  • 200 cigarettes (1 carton) and
  • 50 cigars and
  • 200g loose tobacco and
  • 1 Express Kit

Alcohol:

  • 1 litre (35 imperial oz.) of wine or liquor or
  • 1 case of beer (24)

* To purchase and take liquor into the U.S. you must be 21 years of age, for tobacco the age is 19 years old.

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