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You probably haven't known this before: How to search for products on AliExpress in European warehouses?

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  1. Milan writes:

    I haven't seen a ship from there

    1. Frederik writes:

      Are you sure you followed the instructions? Every user should be able to see this option there.

  2. dzooky writes:

    In my opinion, irrelevant because most of those who have warehouses in the Czech Republic in Slovakia do not deliver what I get from it?
    The last time I bought something and none of them wanted to / could not send it to Slovakia.
    If so, PL, SP, DE or IT.

  3. David writes:

    We also started a mess. However, I do not send the warehouse in the Czech Republic to Slovakia. What about that?

    1. Editorial writes:

      Unfortunately, some products are not even delivered from the CZ warehouse to SK. You need to look in another warehouse / at another seller, or in a completely different e-shop, such as Banggood.

  4. Jozef writes:

    I don't see the option of ship from as in the pictures in the article, either directly on the aliexpress website or in the application

    1. Editorial writes:

      The country of delivery needs to be changed to the Czech Republic. This is the most important step in the whole manual.

  5. Ondrej writes:

    It doesn't matter, 9 out of 10 orders from "CZ", "ES", "PL" warehouses go in the same way from China… Sometimes at least by fast transport (last time the cadence sensor for a bike from "Poland" went 10 days from China, PPL it brought), other times it pulls and pulls, fortunately for many things it is now "delivered to xy or money back", which I use a lot.

    1. Frederik writes:

      We personally have a more positive experience that AliExpress also came from cheaper items from EU warehouses within 5 days. But it also happened to us that they came from a Chinese warehouse and we had to pay customs duties. But the seller compensated it 100%.

  6. Carolina writes:

    What do I get from the fact that I get a delivery address to the Czech Republic when I do not live in the Czech Republic. And I don't have anyone there either?

    1. Frederik writes:

      Hello. The change of address only serves to be able to filter products in the EU warehouse. After you choose the product, you will change your address back to Slovakia. Basically, this is not even necessary, because in the cart you select the address that you entered in your AliExpress account. This will not change based on the fact that you select another country on the main page.

  7. Miroslav writes:

    Good evening wish from 1.7.2021 will be paid duty also for orders under 22eur. When I order something from the EU warehouse (Czech Republic, France 'So I do not pay customs duty som did I understand correctly? By the way, thank you the instructions work correctly

    1. Frederik writes:

      Hello. Yes, you get it right. There is no tax or duty on EU warehouses.

  8. Lacee74 writes:

    it is true that after 1.7.2021, ordering from the EU warehouse would not pay VAT / customs duties, but for goods for a pair it will probably not be so advantageous, as now there is shipping around 4 €… from the EU warehouse…

    1. Frederik writes:

      It depends on the product. Some also have free shipping from EU warehouses.

  9. Jozef writes:

    You write: "Personally, we have more positive experiences that cheaper things from EU warehouses came from AliExpress within 5 days. But it also happened to us that they came from a Chinese warehouse and we had to pay customs duties. But the seller compensated it 100%. ”YES ??? P
    did the editor compensate you 100%? Probably difficult through disputes, because in the process of dispute aliexpress you do not even have the opportunity to enter the duty as a reason for dispute. So if, only the seller gave you a paypal account (which is not any fee), but I DON'T have to do it

    1. Frederik writes:

      It is necessary to buy from verified and reliable sellers, then compensation can be agreed. We already have experience with the official dealer of TicWatch, they overpaid our customs duties after they mistakenly sent the watch instead of the EU warehouse from China.

  10. Rastislav writes:

    Hello, the payment of VAT and duty changes after July 1.7.2021, 29.6, as the bet is written in similar blogs. I bought looking at Aliexpresse before that date specifically 1.7, the package passed customs after XNUMX and I came to pay customs duties and customs duties in some amount. So I want to ask if the customs office slov.posty proceeded in order and I have the opportunity to charge me fees even if the goods were bought before the law. Well thank you

    1. Frederik writes:

      Hello. What matters is the date when the goods arrived at customs, not when they were ordered.

  11. J writes:

    Hey Frederik, there's a trick you can use to list items sold from CZ warehouses (or any other EU country warehouse) but it involves playing a bit with the URL 🙂

    Rather than switching back and forth your address between two countries, you can:
    1. Open AliExpress' website
    2. Search for whatever item
    3. When the results load, append at the end of the URL ‚& shipFromCountry = CZ '(without the single quotes) and press enter

    You can replace CZ for PL, ES, BE or any other EU warehouse.

    That method guarantees that only items sold from that country warehouse AND that actually ship to your country will be listed.

    Note that there's a drawback to this method, as the URL will be modified if you go to page 2 in the results (or 3 or nth), so you could overcome that appending as well ‚& page = 1 'after the‚ shipFromCountry' filter . You will have to browse from then on modifying the URL. It is usually not a problem since the best results are usually on the first page (if you sort by number of orders).

    Hope it helps!

  12. pali writes:

    A great product from China to the Czech Republic costs € 12 and free shipping. The same product from Czech to Czech costs € 4 but postage is € 30. It's all weird this

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