Send a parcel to Antigua and Barbudafrom only £28.81
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- Send up to 70kg on selected services
Antigua and Barbuda
If you’re searching for info on sending a parcel to Antigua, we’ve got all you’ll need to know below.
When you book a courier service to Antigua, you want reassurance that your parcel is in the hands of the experts. That’s why we work with reliable international courier services such as DPD, TNT and UPS to make sure that your parcel arrives where it should when it should. Our history of secure international shipping means there are no surprises when you book postage to Antigua through us.
Before sending your item with us, it’s a good idea to check Antigua’s Customs regulations to make sure your package meets requirements. You should also be conscious that if you book delivery across public holidays such as bank holidays or on national non-working days (Saturday and Sunday), your shipping times might be affected.
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Do I need to deal with customs when sending from the UK to Antigua and Barbuda?
You will need to carry out certain customs duties whenever you’re posting to Antigua and Barbuda, but we’ve made sure that it’s easy for you. Whenever you book a delivery through us, we’ll send you all the necessary documents you’ll need to get your package through international customs.
How much does it cost to send a parcel from the UK to Antigua and Barbuda?
With Parcel2Go, postage to Antigua and Barbuda is priced as low as £28.81. That’s because we negotiate with all of our couriers to ensure that our customers get cheap parcels without compromising on quality of service.
How should I address my parcel for delivery to Antigua and Barbuda?
Addressing to Antigua and Barbuda is generally quite similar to the UK, and since it’s a small place, you shouldn’t have too much trouble even if the address isn’t one hundred percent accurate. Still, it’s worth remembering that whichever of the islands you send to, your parcel will be addressed to the country name in block capitals, which is “ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA”.