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Sasa.com: Free Shipping (May 28-May31)

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Sasa.com: Free Shipping (May 28-May31)

Those who are into Asian products knows Sasa from Hong Kong. They are now offering free shipping with $19 (in USD) purchases. If you are looking for a few things but don't want to pay the markup prices in Canada, this is a good deal. This is for worldwide shipping

http://web1.sasa.com/SasaWeb/eng/sasacm ... /promo.jsp
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Sweeet....!!!!! :lol:

Anyone actually ordered online from them? How long does shipping take? Any duties?
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From my past experience, they ship pretty quickly and I usually get my order in a week or two (I always choose standard shipping). And I never got charged duties.

Happy shopping! :cheesygri
sedated_xtc wrote:
May 30th, 2012 9:06 am
Sweeet....!!!!! :lol:

Anyone actually ordered online from them? How long does shipping take? Any duties?
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I LOVE SASA!!!!!!!

The prices are very reasonable and you know you are getting genuine products.

No duties so far and I've ordered many times.

It usually takes 1 to 3 weeks for the stuff to arrive.

Wait for free shipping and promos (like free full size products with purchase of X amount) or BOGO free.

Sasa offers free shipping quite often.
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If you keep the order around $30, there mostly no duties. If its $50 above, my experience are there are chances of duties charged on top. That's my rule of thumb when I order from sasa.
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^Anything under $20 should be nothing anyways, technically they should charge when over however. I bet since customs is always busy these days, may be they don't really want to do the paper unless it is over a higher amount - like $30.
Under the provisions of the Postal Imports Remission Order, if someone mails you an item worth CAN$20 or less, you don’t have to pay duty or taxes on the item. If the item is worth more than CAN$20, you must pay the applicable duty, the GST or HST, and any PST on the item’s full value.
http://cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/import/postal-po ... ng.html#c1

Btw, OP should start a thread in Beauty & Wellness under Fashion forum too, it is good news for Sasa shoppers.
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Selection for men's cologne is a bit lacking unless I'm missing something. Their store front had a bigger selection.
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sedated_xtc wrote:
May 30th, 2012 9:06 am
Sweeet....!!!!! :lol:

Anyone actually ordered online from them? How long does shipping take? Any duties?

Ordered from Sasa many many times! Normally takes about two weeks. Never charged duties till about a month ago. Order about 100USD and was charged $20 duties... :cry: But still decent products.
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This is not working for me. It still says standard shipping for $18.
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Wow great news! When did Sasa start shipping from hk? or has this been for a long time already :-0 Thanked OP for the information/deal.
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happynemo wrote:
May 31st, 2012 7:08 pm
Wow great news! When did Sasa start shipping from hk? or has this been for a long time already :-0 Thanked OP for the information/deal.

They have been shipping to Canada for awhile now! I usually order when they have free shipping (which they do, almost every other month? if not every month)
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