The cheapest way to ship to Canada is by using the United States Postal Service (USPS). Packages are shipped via USPS to the Canada Post (Canada's postal service) which handles final delivery of the package. Learn more about shipping to Canada via USPS.
What can I expect for Canadian duties, taxes, and handling fees?
Any item valued over CAN$20 is subject to duty and tax fees and a $9.95 handling fee.
What other carriers can I use to ship from the U.S. to Canada?
UPS: The cheapest way to send a package to Canada through UPS is by UPS Standard, which delivers to all Canadian provinces directly to your recipients door. Rates for UPS Standard to Canada do not include customs clearance, duties, tax, or handling fees. Learn more about shipping to Canada via UPS.
FedEx: When using FedEx, their International Ground service is the cheapest way to ship to Canada. FedEx claims on their site shipping to Canada is faster through their International Economy service. Learn more about shipping to Canada via FedEx.
What additional fees can be incurred from FedEx and UPS on Canadian shipments?
Shipping to Canada through UPS or FedEx can incur fees not typically associated with domestic fees, such as broker fees and line item fees. For specific fees, reference:
What mail classes are available through ShippingEasy?
What rates does ShippingEasy offer on USPS shipments?
ShippingEasy's USPS Rate Tables
What is a Canadian zone for USPS Priority Mail International?
How can I create a return shipment for a package I sent to Canada?