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Shop tax-free in Mexico with MONEYBACK

MONEYBACK is Mexico’s leading tax refund service provider for international travelers with over 55 service locations throughout the country covering 98% of all the points of departure. MONEYBACK opened its doors in August 2008, offering tax refund services in Mexico City and Los Cabos. Since then, the company has expanded to Cancun, Cozumel, Puerto Vallarta, and Guadalajara, among many other destinations in Mexico. Operated by travel industry professionals who understand the needs of international travelers visiting Mexico, MONEYBACK prides itself in offering fast and efficient tax refund services to leisure and business travelers.

MONEYBACK works closely with travel agents by providing training on its services to help them assist their clients when traveling to Mexico.

MONEYBACK offers international travelers an 8.9% refund of the total amount they spend when shopping in Mexico at any of the 6,000 affiliated stores. In three easy steps, travelers will receive a tax refund for their purchases in Mexico, directly credited to the credit card of their choice. The minimum purchase required is $1,200 MX pesos. There is no limit when paying with credit card, but purchases in cash are limited to $3,000 MX pesos.

MONEYBACK’s tax refund service is an initiative created along with Mexico’s Ministry of Finance to increase tourism, incentive travel, and shopping in Mexico. The company was created with the goal to promote the best leisure and business destinations in Mexico among international travelers.

Come to Mexico, shop more and get your money back!


For more information on MONEYBACK Mexico, visit them online at www.moneyback.mx.

Free brochures can be requested sending an email to ctorres@moneyback.mx including the travel agent name, travel agency name and address in the US or Canada. 50 brochures minimum.

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