Need to ship a package to Kuwait from the US? Parcel Monkey will help you compare shipping costs to Kuwait from a range of couriers to get you the best shipping rate to your destination.
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If you're looking for the best way to ship to Kuwait from the US, Parcel Monkey can help.
Whether you're looking for the cheapest way to ship to Kuwait or the fastest, our simple shipping calculator, will help you compare prices, delivery times and tracking information from a range of reliable courier companies.
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How much to ship to Kuwait?
You can send a package from the US to the Kuwait from as little as $30.42 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 Kuwait?
Delivery times from the the US to Kuwait can vary between 1-3 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.
Kuwait General Administration of Customs website kindly gives a list of restricted items for import however, it is in Arabic so your browser will need to be able to translate. We can see, however, that much of the list is food related, which we do not offer carriage for. If you wish to seek clarification of the Kuwaiti import restrictions we suggest that you contact the local customs office.
It is possible that personal effects such as books and clothing are exempt from duty as long as they arrive by air - which they should be if sent from most overseas major destinations. Other sources state that computers, radio equipment, and wireless telephones are restricted, as well as pork products and gambling equipment. Furthermore, all printed and electronic media is liable to censorship or confiscation.
Any politically subversive material, Food prepared abroad