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  Receiving Internationally
Sellers handle all the shipping responsibilities for items that you purchase. Buyers typically pay all shipping costs. The international shipping tips below will help you better understand the few extra steps that sellers take to ship internationally.
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Shipping Costs
Shipping costs for international destinations can vary greatly and are based on a number of factors. Calculate a rate with the UPS Quick Cost Calculator.

Transit Times and Services
The transit time for international shipments varies depending on the seller's country and your location.

Check UPS transit times to and from any country with the Time in Transit Calculator.

It is usually best to insure packages when shipping internationally. Learn more.

Customs and International Documentation
All shipments being exported or imported must clear customs and specific documentation is required. Learn more about what sellers need to include with your package to ensure a quick, seamless delivery.

Please note: This shipping information is provided to you for your general information purposes and may not be applicable or accurate for shipments processed with certain carriers or for goods shipped across certain international borders. Please check with your carrier for any special rules that govern your shipment of goods. For international shipments, please also check with any countries whose borders your shipment may cross for any additional rules, regulations, duties, or taxes that may apply.