Delivery to France is Just a Hop Away!

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Now that we’ve given you tons of information about sending your shipments to Australia and Canada, let’s see what our hardworking team can do for a more traditional (shipping-wise) European country—France. 

The greater the distance, the costlier to ship? Not with PackageHopper! The distance in culture between the US and France may be somewhat big (Americans are known for big and loud exclamations, while the French prefer subtle and chic lifestyle), but the appreciation for speedy and affordable delivery is the same.

In this article, we’ll discuss shipping from the US to France, and how it’s easier, cheaper, and faster than you might think.

Shop and Ship Worry-free!

There are so many new and quintessentially “American” things that a visitor from France may find in the US—and we want all the souvenirs, jerseys, Statue of Liberty figurines, and trinkets! But then you catch yourself thinking how will you possibly be able to take all of that with you on your carry-on luggage? And after calculating what your oversized baggage fees will be, panic might set in.

With PackageHopper, rest assured that we can provide an affordable way to ship your excess souvenirs from New York, LA, Chicago, Austin—anywhere there is a carrier drop-off location—all the way home to France so you don’t have to worry about lugging them to the airport!

No matter if the above perfectly describes all your trips, if you simply want to send a souvenir or two to an old French pen pal, or even if you’re looking for information on how to start accepting orders at your US business from customers in France, PackageHopper can help and here’s how!

Fast and Affordable Shipping to France

With our carriers, you can get your package delivered to France in approximately 1-5 business days for a far smaller price than the one you might have in mind.
For example, say you are shipping something from Reno, NV to your pen pal anywhere in France, and your package is 7 lbs. How much do you think that might cost? $150? $200? Even more? Guess again!

Using FedEx Economy, you can get the package delivered for $32 in 2-5 business days, or in as little as 1-3 days with FedEx Priority for $34*. 
UPS Expedited can do the same for $50 in 2-5 business days, and UPS Worldwide Saver for $54 in 1-3 business days*.

Quite the bargain, isn’t it? So go get all the souvenirs, all the candy—and don't forget the hand written card—packed neatly into a new shipping box with extra padding to protect your precious cargo, and surprise that one person in France who means a lot to you! If you are not very familiar with shipping overseas, we suggest that you take a look at our FAQ page on how to prepare your shipment, and check out the list of Restricted and Prohibited Items to be sure your package is safe to send out. You’ll find many of the answers to your questions there, but if you need help or have any other questions, our team here at PackageHopper would be delighted to assist!

*Pricing and delivery times may vary depending on your exact location zip code and shipping destination, use our shipping rates estimator to see all the options for your shipment!

Simple Steps to Shipping With PackageHopper

We make sending your packages internationally super simple! 

  1. Have your precious package packed and ready in a new shipping box
  2. Go to our website, enter your zip code, package weight (height, too, is required for bigger packages) and destination country

  3. Pay for shipping based on weight only, using our custom TruePrice™ guarantee

  4. Print the labels and customs form provided with your order (you’ll be needing a printer, or someone who has one, for this)

  5. Just drop off the package with your carrier of choice

And then just leave the rest to us. With PackageHopper, you know you're package is in good hands all around the world.

 

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