Shipping to New Zealand from the US
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Shipping to New Zealand
Sending a package to New Zealand from the USA is both easy and affordable when you ship through Parcel Monkey. Our price comparison service will save you time by helping you compare shipping costs and delivery times to New Zealand from a range of couriers, and you’ll be able to book services online and benefit from our discounted rates.
Our courier and mail partners offer economy and express delivery services to New Zealand that cover both the North and the South Island so no matter where you need to ship, you’ll be able to find a service that suits your needs and budget.
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Best way to ship to New Zealand
If you're looking for the best way to ship to New Zealand from the US, Parcel Monkey can help.
Whether you're looking for the cheapest way to ship to New Zealand 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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Customs advice for shipping to New Zealand
New Zealand has very strict customs restrictions and if your parcel looks at all suspicious then it will be investigated. Not only are the New Zealand authorities very active on the drug importation issue but also with issues relating to the biosecurity of the nation.
However, the main categories of prohibited/restricted items currently covered include:
- Agricultural items and food
- Chewing tobacco
- False or misleading goods
- Trout and trout products
To protect children from toxic elements (such as lead, mercury, and chromium) in their graphic materials, there are strict controls on importing children's watercolor paints, finger paints, and crayons.
Objectional material - films, videos, computer games, DVDs, CD-ROMs, books, posters, music recordings, magazines, photographs, paintings, t-shirts and computer files.