US to Canada shipping

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  1. Magnus12

    Magnus12 Well-Known Member

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    Hi!
    I am looking to ship my movie blackout and scorponok two pack to canada in exchange for a couple fe deluxe. I have never shipped outside of US, so can someone tell me around how much it should take to ship the 2-pack to canada?

    thanks!
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    shipping to canada is cheap...in fact it is way way way cheaper to ship from the states to canada than it is to ship within canada. keep your box under 12" and its super cheap, but even above that its nothing serious. for that 2 pack it probably be $10, only because the box is on the large size, but honestly USPS is a great service. You'll have no problem at all. its a fair deal.
     
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    I shipped a package from Seattle to Singapore and it only cost me $15. I don't think shipping to Canada is going to be any big deal.
     
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    Is it really, because the estimate was around 30?
    thanks for the reply
     
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    Well, from my past experience with shipping loose deluxe figures, it seemed like it was $5 and then $3 per additional deluxe figure. So for the two that you are shipping (voyager + deluxe), I'd estimate the total to be between $10-13 for first class mail (I think thats the only option). If you're going to ship it, ship it in either a plain box or cover the box with brown packaging paper (I use a grocery paper bag). I think the estimate you got ($30) was because you had it in a priority box. Thats why you need to have it in a plain box.
     
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    Thank you so much for the help guys I really appreciate it!
     
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    Usually I pay around $12 to ship to Canada, depending on the size of the box and/or the weight.
     

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