Starting today, we are removing the 300-page restriction on MagCloud shipments outside the United States, United Kingdom and Canada. Now, you can ship publications of any size, in any quantity, to any country! Not only that, but we’ve expanded the shipping options available for worldwide destinations, adding faster and more reliable service through FedEx.
You can opt for FedEx International Priority service and have your order in 5 business days from the date of purchase. If you can wait a little longer, you could save some money with FedEx International Economy service and have your order in hand in 7 business days. With both of these FedEx options, we’ll send you a tracking number as soon as the order ships so you can keep an eye on it as it travels from our print facilities to your doorstep, no matter where that is in the world.
One thing to keep in mind with these new larger FedEx shipments is that they may be subject to import taxes, customs duties, and fees imposed by the destination country, which may cause delays beyond our original delivery estimates. Since customs policies vary widely from country to country, we have no control over these charges nor can we predict what they may be, so it will be the responsibility of the recipient to cover any additional charges that may come up. For information on potential taxes and fees specific to your country, we suggest contacting your local customs office, or viewing the applicable FedEx country profile.
If you are willing to wait for your shipment, for orders weighing less than a pound we also have a cheaper shipping option through USPS International First Class Mail. See the table below for a comparison of turnaround times and tracking availability for these new shipping methods.
Costs vary by country and order size. To see the new shipping options available for your country, and what they cost, check out our Price Calculator.
Now that’s good news!! :)
The 3-4 weeks delivery to Europe was a show-stopper for me, now I can be delivered in a few days, which is great!
The next thing would be to find something a bit cheaper, even if it’s slightly longer, so that anyone could be pleased… Something like 7-10 days for ~$5-$8, wouldn’t that be possible?
Thanks for the new rates and options.
Just wondering if it would be possible to also have the old UPS rate as an extra option. I’ve done some calculations and for some things delivered to Australia with a limit up to 300 pages, the old UPS rate was much better.
For example using the calculator if you purchase two copies at 60 pages the old UPS rate would have been around $13. It now costs $28.62 with FedEX and no UPS option. That pretty much kills the option of purchasing a second copy. There were other things I wanted to use Magcloud for which are no longer viable.
Hope the feeback helps.
Hi Olivier and Kevin,
Even with these latest updates, we continue to explore ways to improve the MagCloud service for our users and will keep these suggestions in mind as we move forward.
As always, thank you for your feedback!