The United Kingdom (UK) is no longer a member of the European Union (EU). If you buy goods from the UK (excluding Northern Ireland), from the 1 July 2021 you will incur Customs charges which are payable by you - the customer for your goods. *The allowance of €22 or less has been scrapped and all purchases from the EU will now incur VAT charges.
If your goods have:
- an intrinsic value (the value of the goods alone excluding transport, insurance and handling charges) of more than €150 you will also have to pay Customs Duty.
These limits are for the whole delivery, not just one item. You must pay the above duties where applicable, and VAT regardless of their value.
*The courier or postal services that handles the package processsing as it goes through Customs charges and admin fee which is payable by the customer. *The admin fees are set by the customer's country and will vary per Country.
**Please check with your own country's rules for changes to Customs fees and charges if you're outside of the UK.