The United States of America is the world’s largest economy and its third most populous country. Naturally, international delivery both to and from the land of the free is big business, with Canada to the north expanding the audience further, and requires only the most reliable international courier services to ensure that shipping to the USA is as easy and secure as it can be.
That’s why we deal exclusively with trusted courier services — including UPS, Parcelforce and FX World Express — to negotiate the best prices possible on postage to the USA without compromising on quality of service. Plus, our website is designed to make it easy to book an international delivery. So, whether you’ve a family member craving for some genuine Yorkshire tea up in Oregon or your trading goods to a business in New York, you can always count on us to ensure you get cheap parcel delivery to the USA with top-quality service. Fill in the quote form above and send a parcel to the USA today!Get a Quote
What else do you need to know...
Do I need to deal with customs when sending from the UK to the USA?
Since the US is outside of EU jurisdiction, you’ll be required to complete the necessary documentation for customs clearance, as well as paying for any import taxes that may be incurred upon the delivery of your package. Not to worry, though: when you book with us, we’ll send over all the forms you need to fill in to make dealing with customs a breeze.
How much does it cost to send a parcel from the UK to the USA?
Postage to the USA starts from as little as £90.73, only when you shop through Parcel2Go. We’ve worked on your behalf to ensure that everything we save on postage costs ends up back in your pocket, because we always put our customers first. Plus, with a range of options available on all orders, you can send parcels to the USA in a way that suits you!
How should I address my parcel for delivery to the United States?
For the most part, addressing your parcel for the US is the same as the UK. You will need to include a ZIP code on the next to the names of the city and state. A ZIP code is a nine-digit number that acts like a post code, separated in a five-digit and a four-digit sequence by a dash, for example: "38460-9400". Only the first five digits are necessary, although the entire ZIP code is preferred by some couriers.
For more information, you can refer to this addressing guide created by the Universal Postal Union.