ShopandBox Global Shopping Redefined

what you pay


  • Cost of Items
  • Domestic Shipping (Where Applicable)


  • ShopandBox Service Fee
  • International Shipping


  • Pay using PayPal's trusted gateway with the convenience of your credit card.

Invoice 1

Cost of Items and Domestic Shipping

  • No markup on the cost of items. Pay exactly what your items cost in the country you are purchasing from.
  • Shop across multiple stores. Checking, repackaging, and consolidation of items is free.
  • Certain countries apply an additional domestic sales tax to the cost of items.
  • Once Invoice 1 is paid, your Boxer starts shopping for you.

Invoice 2

Service Fee and International Shipping

  • Service Fee: Ranges between 10-14% on the cost of items. This compensates your Boxer for the time and effort in helping you shop, take photos, check items, repackage and getting it shipped to you.
  • International Shipping: Once your items have arrived, your Boxer provides international shipping options. International shipping chargeable weight for DHL and FedEx is determined by actual weight (e.g. using a weighing scale) and volumetric weight (based on the dimensions of your box). The greater of the two determines your international shipping fee.
  • Once you send the money for Invoice 2 to your Boxer, your parcel gets shipped to you.
In-Store Orders & Special Orders
Boxers may request a Shopper Boxer Negotiated Fee to compensate for any additional time, transport or effort for In-Store or Special (e.g. pre-release item queuing) Orders

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international shipping rates

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what does it weigh?

If you don't know the weight of your items, use our table below to get an estimate!


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duty and tax information

Shoppers are solely responsible for any tax and duties determined by their country which is applicable upon delivery of their items in their respective countries. For more information please refer to this duty calculator

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