If you’re looking for the best way to ship packages to Switzerland from the US then Parcel Monkey can help.
Whether you’re looking for the fastest or the cheapest shipping to Switzerland, our price comparison service will help you compare prices and services from multiple international carriers so you can choose the one that best suits your needs.
To find out more about shipping to Switzerland from the US, just keep reading or get a quote to get started.
If you're looking for the best way to ship to Switzerland from the US, Parcel Monkey can help.
Whether you're looking for the cheapest way to ship to Switzerland or the fastest, our simple shipping calculator, will help you compare prices, delivery times and tracking information from a range of reliable courier companies.
The following services are best for speed and price.
*Service availability may change depending on the size and weight of your package
How much to ship to Switzerland?
You can send a package from the US to the Switzerland from as little as $34.26 when you book online with Parcel Monkey. Simply get a quote through our shipping calculator to compare prices from a range of couriers.
How long does it take to ship to Switzerland?
Delivery times from the the US to Switzerland can vary between 2-5 business days for a standard or express service to 14-21 for an economy service. Generally you'll pay less for services with longer delivery times.
When you ship to Switzerland from the USA you will be required to complete a customs declaration form clearly detailing the contents of your package. This is included in the Parcel Monkey booking process.
Duties and taxes may be applied to your package when it reaches Switzerland. Please ensure you provide contact details for the recipient so customs can contact them for payment.
Gift allowance - Shipment values up to 100 Swiss Francs are duty-free, but you must attach an invoice stating the value of each gift. If jewelry is being sent, a detailed invoice should be attached giving full details of the items, what they are made of and which precious metals they include.
Prohibited items include (but are not limited to):
Animals and animal origin products from third countries (non-EU member states & Norway)
There are also restrictions on dairy products, a variety of foodstuffs, jewelry/watches, drugs and goods that have both military and civilian uses.