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iHerb Free shipping on orders over CA$26.54

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For anyone ordering vitamins or supplements, iHerb currently has free shipping to Canada on any order over CA$26.54. They collect the tax so this is landed cost, no additional duties or taxes collected upon delivery.
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They've always had that, at least when I ordered a month ago and 3-4 months before that.
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Thanks OP
Jimbo67 wrote: They've always had that, at least when I ordered a month ago and 3-4 months before that.
Last month when i was shopping on the site the free shipping was not $26.54
In fact in Rand McNally they wear hats on their feet and hamburgers eat people
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Quentin5 wrote: Thanks OP



Last month when i was shopping on the site the free shipping was not $26.54
Then you ordered something that Landmark Global couldn't ship.
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Now is there anything actually on sale worth getting in the BCAA/Protein bar sections.
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Jimbo67 wrote: Then you ordered something that Landmark Global couldn't ship.
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Fascinating, the cheapest shipping was about $10 iirc. I ended up buying form Healthy Planet so i have no screen capture to share.
In fact in Rand McNally they wear hats on their feet and hamburgers eat people
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Ive ordered a few things from the past couple months and it's been free shipping after that amount this whole time. Fun fact for those shopping, since duties is free under 40,its best to optimize your items to be between 26 and 40 dollars to get free shipping and not worry about duties! Happy shopping!
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Yea, I tried to order some vitamin D-3.

Not allowed to be shipped by landmark.

No idea why.

Edit: talked to customer service, and landmark has a restricted items list. No idea why.
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I order a lot from Vitacost. They use Landmark. Never had this issue and I’ve ordered D-3 numerous times. Are you sure it’s not a border restriction? For example, you will never be able to get D-3 with 5000 IU.
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trellaine201 wrote: Mine says free shipping over $26.51
The number probably fluctuates with the exchange rate. That’s why it’s an oddball number.
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I have never ordered from there before. Are they any good?

I usually just buy from Amazon but it looks like these guys have more brands.
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I’ve ordered twice in the last 3 weeks. Both times were free shipping and no duties. Items arrived in 4 business days to the GTA, way earlier than their estimates.
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dont use UPS or you WILL pay HUGE duty fees.
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IceVengeance wrote: I have never ordered from there before. Are they any good?

I usually just buy from Amazon but it looks like these guys have more brands.
Way better than Amazon in terms of price and variety yeah, particularly for niche supplements.
Lately free shipping is quite fast (~1 week), but it used to be very slow.
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JRGUINNESS wrote: Yea, I tried to order some vitamin D-3.

Not allowed to be shipped by landmark.

No idea why.

Edit: talked to customer service, and landmark has a restricted items list. No idea why.
Yeah, Vitamin D is what I was looking for as well. And didnt work out with free shipping.
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Jimbo67 wrote: Sometimes shipping defaults to DHL(DHL is pretty cheap but not free like Landmark, UPS is expensive) and you have to select Landmark and sometimes for reasons I don't know some items can't be shipped by Landmark
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Yeah, Vitamin D is what I was looking for as well. And didnt work out with free shipping.
I was also ordering Vitamin D3 so that was likely the issue.
In fact in Rand McNally they wear hats on their feet and hamburgers eat people
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M4psycho wrote: Ive ordered a few things from the past couple months and it's been free shipping after that amount this whole time. Fun fact for those shopping, since duties is free under 40,its best to optimize your items to be between 26 and 40 dollars to get free shipping and not worry about duties! Happy shopping!
Duty doesn’t start until $150, however after $40 you owe tax (gst 5%). The main issue was that if customs has to check your package and apply the appropriate tax or duty then you also get dinged a brokerage fee (usually $10 extra). However, because Landmark charges the taxes up front you never have to get caught up in customs and pay the brokerage fee.
On the Koodo $40 for 8GB Plan 😉
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starchoice wrote: I order a lot from Vitacost. They use Landmark. Never had this issue and I’ve ordered D-3 numerous times. Are you sure it’s not a border restriction? For example, you will never be able to get D-3 with 5000 IU.
Now that iHerb has Landmark as well (Free shipping with a low threshold), you may want to look at ordering from them instead of Vitacost sometimes. Vitacost’s prices are typically a bit better (not always) however with iHerb you can place your order and be charged in CAD so you don’t have to pay the credit card foreign exchange fee markup (usually 2.5% unless you have a no foreign exchange fee credit card), plus you can avoid the $9.99 shipping fee from Vitacost.

I used to shop solely Vitacost, but now for most of my orders it works out cheaper with iHerb. iHerb is also a better run company: they list the expiry dates for products and seem to always get the order fulfilled (multiple times Vitacost has sent me an order with missing items and say they were out of stock, which is a pain).
On the Koodo $40 for 8GB Plan 😉
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polarbearx wrote: Now is there anything actually on sale worth getting in the BCAA/Protein bar sections.
They are one of the few places you can get 100% pure oregano oil from the Now brand

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