Andrea Woroch sent me this information yesterday. We would like to share the following information that she discovered with you.
Free shipping offers have worked so well for American merchants that some are diving into international waters.
Endless.com -- a shoe and accessories retailer created by Amazon.com in 2006 -- announced this week it would offer free international shipping to 50 countries for orders of $100 or more, and charge just $10 for purchases under $100.
While the announcement is creating quite a splash, some merchants have offered free international shipping for some time. For example, TheBookDepository.com provides free shipping on all of its six-million titles to countries from Andorra to Vietnam.
Other merchants with similar free international shipping offers include: (source - FreeShipping.org)
As with Endless.com, the online retailer offers free worldwide shipping via USPS Air Mail for orders over $100 and at a flat $10 rate for orders under $100. The sole exception is Canada, for which shipping is always free.
The beauty e-tailer offers free international shipping on any order over $115 when you use the code WORLD115 at checkout.
Everything from clothing to flashlights is eligible for free international shipping, with no minimum order required.
New and used books are shipped free worldwide with an average delivery time of seven days. Expedited shipping of three days is just $3.97.
The online merchant has cut diamonds since 1979, but only recently began offering free worldwide shipping on its conflict-free stones.
Every order of beauty and make-up products is shipped free of charge within the United States and throughout the world. The maximum order, however, is six pieces and $1,000 per purchase.
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