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Thirsty Swedish Finnish weekend, and even new year ruined: foreign bank cards were not working Saturday Sweden, alko in
Systembolaget promise that the technical fault will be repaired by Monday.Finnish cards were not working Saturday in the Swedish Systembolaget. Stock. ALEXANDER PIKKARAINEN

many of the Swedish, Finnish and west neighbors in a visit to the tourist weekend plans might go awry, as foreign bank cards were not working Saturday afternoon ”Sweden, alko in”, i.e. Systembolaget stores.

foreign bank cards concerning the use of outage due to technical failure. Also the Swedish customers card payments take longer than usual.

a liquor store on the outside of the accumulation of SVT's according to the long queues around the country, as customers were already traffic jams.

– Stores a lot of people christmas and new years day, Systembolaget spokesman Elina Yli-Horn to confirm SVT.

He, however, told the new year with something bubbly aspiring delight, that the problem will be to find and fix. Systembolaget you are also open again on Monday at 14 or 15.

in Sweden, the alcohol act is The more stringent. All alcoholic beverages on the buying age is 20 years and more than 3.5% alcohol may be sold only in state-owned Systembolaget. Shop opening hours are in addition to the more specifically limited, and long ripainen are allowed to be on Saturdays laajimmillaankin open only at 10-15.

on Sundays, systembolaget you are in Finland, alko the way closed.

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