Shipping Updated: 18 Sept 2019

Way of the Trader, Hardback Book (Signed Copy)

*Shipping Status: In stock
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The book is shipped in a Jiffy Padded Bag to the postal address supplied at the time of purchase. Shipping is from my office in Limerick, Ireland via the Irish Post Office using Registered Post.

Way of the Trader is a substantial hardback book measuring 240mm x 165mm x 24mm (9.5" x 6.5" x 0.95") and the package weighs approx. 0.8Kgs (1.76lbs). I've explored all delivery options and spoken to local book retailers about the most cost effective and secure shipping methods. Currently, Registered Post with the Post Office appears to be the best option. Standard Post is about $8.50 cheaper but it takes a 3-4 days longer and does not offer a Track & Trace facility. Express Post arrives 1-2 days earlier but offers no insurance in the event of loss or non-delivery.

When the book has shipped a tracking number will be sent to the email supplied at the time of purchase. A signature will be required on delivery. All reasonable efforts will be made to ensure orders placed before 16:00GMT (Mon-Fri) are shipped the same day. If I am traveling, orders will be shipped on my return date which will be indicated in 'Shipping Status' above.

Shipping costs will be calculated at checkout based on the delivery address. If your country or territory does not appear in the drop down menu during checkout, please email me. Examples of shipping rates and transit times for popular locations are shown below:

International Registered Post
USA US$25.20 (6-9 Working Days)
UK US$20.17 (3-5 Working Days)
EU US$20.70 (3-5 Working Days)
Europe (Non-EU) US$20.80 (3-10 Working Days)
India US$25.20 (6-11 Working Days)
US$25.20 (6-11 Working Days)
Australia US$25.20 (6-11 Working Days)
New Zealand US$25.20 (6-11 Working Days)
All Other Destinations US$25.20 (6-11 Working Days)

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