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Unfortunately, there is no bundling discount for packages that are shipped via Sea freight.

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All good imported via vpost land freight will need to pay GST. Should you need more information on GST, please visit Singapore Customs’ website.

For more information, click here.

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The current Customs GST rate is 7%.

Total Customs GST Chargeable = 7% on [Cost + vCare + Freight] where Cost is the total cost of products in a package/order paid to seller / Merchant that includes the item value, domestic shipping, handling charge etc., while vCare is the cost of purchasing optional vCare from vPost and Freight is vPost shipping charge for that item.

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vPost runs several promotions all year round, catering to our customers’ different seasons and needs.

If you entered a voucher code and it is not valid, please countercheck the entered voucher code for its terms and conditions of use. In addition, you may wish to contact us if there is any problem using any of the valid voucher code(s).

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Other possible charges are, but not limited to, Customs GST and/or duty and License fee and any other applicable taxes and fees.

Holding Fee for processed item/ package: Once your item/package has been processed, vPost will notify you by email of the shipping charges payable for that package/item. For vPost USA, vPost UK, vPost Japan, vPost China, vPost Malaysia, vPost Thailand, vPost Taiwan, vPost Australia and vPost Indonesia it will be a charge of S$1.50 per item per day for items that are held for more than 30 days from the processed date.

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Shipment aggregation allows customers to pay one base charge per invoice instead of one base charge per package. To utilize this feature, withhold payment till all the packages you want to pay for together are available to check out.

Do note that it does not mean that we will repack into a box and ship all your items together. Instead, it means if you make the payment within one invoice with multiple shipments (within the same overseas country), you will only be charged as one base charge.

Please note that a holding fee will be applicable for packages that are held for more than 30 days.

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Once your packages have arrived at our warehouse, you can proceed to declare and make payment under ‘Action Required’ tab.

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Currently, vPost accepts the below payment methods:

  1. Credit*/Debit Cards (Visa/Master) – Except AMEX
  2. *Only local issued credit cards are accepted
  3. PayPal

Please ensure that you have made the necessary arrangements for any of the above payment methods before using vPost Shipping Services.

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No, currently vPost does not provide a service for claiming sales tax incurred by our customers when they shop online from overseas merchants.

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We have waived off all repacking fees! Rest assured, we will ensure that you enjoy savings on your package even after considering the repacking fee.

However, please note that if the merchant delivers a package that arrives at our warehouse in conditions deemed unsuitable for shipping, you may incur additional repacking cost on that package.

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All goods, including Free of Charge (FOC) items or replacement goods imported into Singapore, are subjected to Goods & Services Tax (GST). For items without any value indicated in the invoices, you have to obtain the commercial value of the items from the supplier/merchant. Therefore, the declared value at the time of import should be based on:

  1. The transaction value of identical or similar goods from the same country of origin that is exported at about the same time, or
  2. The original price payable for the goods as if they are sold for export to Singapore.

Please refer to Singapore Customs’ website or their circular on the valuation of goods declared for GST purposes.

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As per freight industry practice, the chargeable weight of a package is calculated based on Volumetric or Actual weight, whichever is higher.

The volumetric weight of a package is a calculation that reveals the density of a package, and we use the below formula to derive the volumetric weight of a package

Volumetric weight = [ length(cm) x breadth(cm) x height(cm) ] / 5,000cm You can advise your merchant to ensure proper packaging or pack your purchase into a smallest possible box.

In addition, you can aggregate your shipping charges by paying multiple packages together. As such, only one single base charge is billed.

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For step by step guide, please refer to the details here.

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For shipments to Singapore, all declared values of goods, vCare and freight charges are converted to Singapore Dollars at the latest exchange rate provided by Singapore Customs.

The Goods and Service Tax (GST) is calculated based on the CIF of all packages in an invoice.

The current GST rate is at 7% of the total CIF (Cost, vCare and Freight)

To estimate the GST applicable for your invoice, simple sum up the cost of your products with the shipping cost and vCare charges, if applicable, and multiply it by 7%.

GST Relief is granted for packages (excluding intoxicating liquors and tobacco products) imported via air freight that does not exceed S$400.

If the value exceeds S$400, the entire sum would be subjected to GST.

Please note that GST relief is not granted for goods imported by other transport modes, e.g. sea freight and land.

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