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Mexico: Package Forwarding

Expats can shop online using a US postal address and have their packages forwarded to Mexico at much lower international shipping rates.

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US Delivered

US Delivered provides you a US street address (not a PO Box). Use that address at checkout when shopping US retailers like Amazon USA, Etsy, 6pm, eBay etc. Your packages arrive at your US Delivered address (usually with free shipping as most US retailers offer free shipping within the country). US Delivered repacks your items into 1 box and ships it to you, at savings of 70-80% on international shipping rates.

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