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Post to Norway

Ship to Norway from the UK from £8.99

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Send a Parcel to Norway

We work with the UK’s most trusted international couriers, such as Royal Mail, Evri and DPD, so that we have a service to suit you no matter what you’re shipping to Norway!

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Ship to Norway with Parcel2Go

Our Services and Postage to Norway

Parcel2Go’s postage to Norway is affordable and reliable. Starting from just £8.99, you can trust us to deliver your parcel safely and on time.

If you’re on a budget, choose our economy services when you send a parcel to Norway. And if you need a super fast delivery, your postage to Norway from the UK could arrive in just 1-3 days.

Before You Ship to Norway

When you book your postage to Norway with us, we’ll send you all the documentation you need for your parcel to breeze through customs. But we always recommend checking the country’s customs requirements before you post to Norway so you can be sure you don’t send any restricted items that could hold up your delivery.

It’s also a great idea to avoid shipping on Norway’s public holidays and non-working days (Saturday and Sunday) to prevent any unnecessary delays.

To send a parcel to Norway today, choose from the delivery options below or get a quote to compare prices!

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Our International Services to Norway

Evri Standard Parcelshop
Evri Standard ParcelshopEst Delivery: Tue, 6 Aug

Evri Standard Collection
Evri Standard CollectionEst Delivery: Mon, 5 Aug

Royal Mail International Large Letter Tracked
Royal Mail International Large Letter TrackedEst Delivery: Tue, 30 Jul

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Royal Mail Tracked Collection Large Letter
Royal Mail Tracked Collection Large LetterEst Delivery: Tue, 30 Jul

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Royal Mail International TrackedEst Delivery: Tue, 30 Jul

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Norway Customs Rules and Regulations

When it comes to customs duty and VAT, it depends on the items you’re shipping to Norway and their value. 

Norway’s Customs website has a handy import calculator so you can easily work out how much duty and tax you may need to pay.

Generally, if you need to pay VAT on a shipment to Norway, it will be 25% of the parcel’s total value. The exception to this rule is if you’re sending a gift to Norway that is under NOK 1,000 (about £86), you usually won’t have to pay any import duties or taxes on your parcel! Read more on sending gifts to Norway from the UK.

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Norway Address Format

When addressing your post to Norway, there’s more than one way you can format the address.

So make sure you ask your recipient what the best way is and if you’re not sure, here’s a handy addressing guide. And here’s an example of how to address a parcel to Norway.

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Norway Prohibited Items

Before you send a parcel, it’s important to check that your package doesn’t include any items that are restricted from entering the country you’re sending to. Take a look at our full prohibited items list before you post to Norway.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much is postage to Norway?

Postage to Norway costs as little as £8.99 when you book through Parcel2Go. For that price, your parcel will arrive as soon as 3-5 working days.

And you can track your parcel for free to have extra peace of mind that your shipment to Norway has arrived on time.

How long does it take for a parcel to get to Norway?

Shipping to Norway from the UK can take as little as 1-3 working days if you use our express delivery services! If you’re not in a hurry, our standard shipping options take between 3-7 days.

What cannot be shipped to Norway?

Some items that are restricted from posting to Norway include:

  • Batteries and any items containing batteries

  • Cosmetics

  • Fresh foods, including meat, dairy and potatoes

  • Drugs or medicines of any kind

  • Fireworks are explosives

Read our full list of prohibited items and filter by ‘Norway’ and the courier you choose to ship with, as some couriers won’t carry certain items.