Brits traveling to Europe will get duty free back under a No Deal Brexit, the Chancellor announced last night.
Sajid Javid said the Government will change the law so all duty on alcohol and tobacco will no longer apply.
And sales of other products will free of the 20 per cent VAT rate too.
It is understood that the move will cost the Treasury between £150million and £200million year.
It means that a 75cl bottle of Campo Viejo wine currently costing £8.29 would be just £4.41 in a duty free shop, thanks to the axing of 20 per cent VAT and £2.23 excise duty.
And a £45 pack of 200 Benson and Hedges cigarettes would be about £36.