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International Shipping Costs

Hi!

I was just wondering why the costs keep on increasing for courier shipping methods on Dans website? When he used DHL it costed about 40USD to ship 3 tubes of BP to Norway, about a month ago I ordered the same again with the FedEX option that had come up, and it costed me $48.39. Today I checked the website again, and I see it has changed to USPS and the price is now $51.24... Why is it keeping on increasing with new companies? Shouldnt the price go the other way?

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I'll ask Joel to get back to you on this one. Did you check all of the options in the drop down menu?

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Hi Dan,

Thanks for looking into it. The normal US Airmail has stayed about the same since the start (about 12-15 USD) so thats fine. However the courier option seems to become more expensive. I typed USPS in the previous post, when i meant UPS had become more expensive than FEDEX, sorry....

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UPS Worldwide should cost about the same price as FedEx International Priority was (our previous International shipping method). I will try to explain why it may be a little high at the moment.

3 tubes of gel is a little over a pound, which would have to shipped as 2 lbs. The retail rate for UPS Worldwide Saver to Norway for a 2 lb package is $75.25 + $2.20 surcharge for residential delivery. We do receive a discount off the retail rate (somewhere between 40-60%), which we are trying to determine exactly so that we charge our customers exactly what the postage should be. Since we just recently switched, it may take us a week or two longer to settle down the prices as best as possible. What this means, is that the $51 current charge may drop down to around $35 to match or beat what it used to cost by DHL or FedEx.

Also, UPS Worldwide is guaranteed in 1-3 business days which, I believe, is faster than both DHL and FedEx Priority.

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