Need to ship to an APO or FPO address? Here’s a suggestion

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Corey Bennet, Blurbarian and tipster extraordinaire, recently told us about ShipItAPO. If you shop online, you’ve probably experienced companies that do not ship to APO or FPO addressees. (Hey, we’re working on it!)

Here’s a way to get around this: Have your items sent to ShipItAPO and they will forward them on to any APO or FPO address. The site charges regular USPS postage rates and a handling fee. You can also insure your items.

We haven’t tried the service and we’re not affiliated with this vendor, so we’d like to hear about your experience if you decide to try them out. Please share your feedback below.

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2 Comments

  1. We use it… more in the past because lots of companies were not supporting us overseas working for the US government or the usps… Anyhow, it works just find. It takes longer to get, it cost more and youre screwed sometimes because if you buy something that requires California Tax… well you got to pay up! Even if youve never set foot in Cali – like me. Its a good alternative for something you really really really want. And Im sure a Blurb book is worth it.

    By ccosey
      February 17, 2008 – 5:21 pm   Permalink
  2. Please work on a way to send books to APO, FRO recipients through the USPS…there are a lot of us…If Amazon can do it on a regular basis (efficiently and fast) you can certainly figure it out too

    By Linda Feletar
      February 24, 2008 – 3:14 pm   Permalink

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