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Old 02-16-2023, 08:11 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by drush9999 View Post
1) 5 BDs may be a low number to make it worthwhile, but I paid $55 to ship 30 BDs recently including consolidation. So not sure.

2) You can value the goods however you choose, but you're only insured for the declared value. Never been issue for me declaring so the total comes to less than £135.

3) Consolidation is $2 per package stackry receive, but maxes out at $24 so can have more than 12 packages and they consolidate to the same price.

4) If you want $10 off use my referral:
Originally Posted by Modman View Post
Just to add the first $100 of the value of your package has free insurance, anything over $100 is going to cost you an additional $6.00 - you're not obliged to pay for insurance. If I remember rightly insurance covers only loss not damage.
Originally Posted by Sifox211 View Post
I usually order about five BDs at a time and always choose the cheapest shipping, which is usually around $23. I donít bother with insurance as its only a little over the included $100 cover and always declare the amount I paid (Criterion sale prices, eg, $20 a disk).
Excellent help, thanks all!!

All sounds reasonable, and should be no more than $100 (or close enough to make no matter) so should be a relatively straightforward exercise.

How long does it usually take to get to the UK and what kind of tracking do you get if you don't mind me asking?
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