Send a parcel to Saudi Arabiafrom only £22.75
- 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
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is the home of Islam’s most holy city, Mecca, and hosts thousands of pilgrims every year. It’s also the world’s largest producer and exporter of oil, with the second-largest oil reserves, making it one of the most important nations in global trade. Naturally, then, shipping to Saudi Arabia a challenge for couriers, requiring the right expertise to get the job done right.
Luckily, Parcel2Go only work with renowned international courier services like DPD, TNT and UPS to ensure that parcel delivery to Saudi Arabia is stress-free. And since we always find ways to save our customers money, you’ll get that premium service at the lowest possible price. Get a quote today!Get a Quote
What else do you need to know...
Do I need to deal with customs when sending from the UK to Saudi Arabia?
Whenever you’re posting to Saudi Arabia, you’ll need to go through international customs before entering the country, which means you’ll need to attach a customs declaration. Thankfully, we’ve made getting the right forms a breeze. We’ll send you all the forms you need along with your label for you to print off whenever you book an order with us. Easy!
How much does it cost to send a parcel from the UK to Saudi Arabia?
Postage to Saudi Arabia is priced as low as £22.75, only when you book through Parcel2Go. We offer a wider range of courier services to our customers than any other UK comparison site, ensuring that you can always get cheap parcels with the service that’s right for you.
How should I address my parcel for delivery to Saudi Arabia?
Saudi Arabia uses two postcode systems, meaning their postcodes are split in a similar way to ZIP codes in the USA. The first code is made up of five digits and the second four, connected with a dash and placed on the second-to-last line.
Not sure what that looks like? Check out this handy addressing guide commissioned by the Universal Postal Union for a good example.