Send a parcel to Bangladeshfrom only £34.29
- Collection and drop-off service available
- Get parcel cover worth up to £50 included
- Protect your parcel up to £5000 with extra cover
- Send up to 70kg on selected services
Wondering how much it costs to send a parcel to Bangladesh? No problem - we’ve got you covered.
Our connection with reliable courier services such as Parcelforce, DPD and UPS means we offer brilliant prices and excellent customer service as standard. Given our experience in international delivery service, we not only get your parcel to where you need it to go, but we get it there safely too.
Remember, when posting to Bangladesh, the estimated delivery time for your shipment might be affected by customs requirements, by national holidays or by non-working days (Friday and Saturday). Make sure you check these out before you book, but don’t panic - we’ll help you handle the paperwork.
Read on to find out how to organise shipping to Bangladesh. You can read more useful information to know before you book and see our best prices, or you can click the button below to get a quote now.Get a Quote
What else do you need to know...
Do I need to deal with customs when sending from the UK to Bangladesh?
There are various customs duties that your parcel will undergo when send to Bangladesh from the UK, with the majority of goods subject to import tax and other regulations. At Parcel2Go, however, we make shipping to Bangladesh really straightforward. Whenever you book an international order with us, we’ll actually send you all the documents you need to complete with your label.
How much does it cost to send a parcel from the UK to Bangladesh?
Posting to Bangladesh can cost as low as £34.29 by booking through Parcel2Go. By negotiating with our couriers, we’re able to find the most efficient methods of getting your parcels to their destination, and we’ll always pass on the savings to you.
How should I address my parcel for delivery to Bangladesh?
There are a couple of parts of the Bangladeshi addressing system that might cause some people to trip at the addressing process. For example, addresses are aligned to the right of the label, and there is normally a dash required between the locality and the postcode.
Not to worry, though: the Universal Postal Union has put together a useful addressing guide for Bangladesh to ensure that anyone can address their parcels there correctly.