Fulgur - worldwide delivery question.
This seems like the best place to ask this question.
I recently moved to Australia and have been looking at ways to get my hands on books. So far I have found the excellent bookdepository site that contains just about everything you could want (and it's free P&P from the UK!), but my main problem is getting my Fulgur fix, i've been purchasing their titles for quite some time and noticed that they have a US dealer handling their postage outside of Europe, now I was looking at purchasing a copy of Conjunctio and this comes to 90AUD inc the cheapest P&P. The cost from Fulgur is 53AUD (without P&P which is free in the UK).
Recently I purchased a book from Scarlet Imprint that cost £5.50 to send to Oz.
So my question is, is the US distributor the only way to get Fulgur titles if you're outside of Europe?
I suppose I could buy it directly from Fulgur, send it to a friend in the UK and get them to post it to me, just seems a bit 'round the houses'.
i'm pretty sure i've bought directly from fulgur in the uk in the past (i live in japan). not sure if they will still do that though.
It doesn't appear that they do anymore, looks like it's just the UK & Europe.
We actually have quite a few customers in Australia and beyond and are very happy to send to them direct, as always.
Our titles tend to be larger and heavier books than those produced by Scarlet Imprint, so postage is usually a little more, but I've sent Conjunctio to Australia by Airmail in the past for around £11.00.
As we are now releasing a new title by Australian artist Barry Hale I might well update the postage options on the site to include 'Australasia', although these kind of orders constitute less than 2% of our total sales.
We have a queries form on the website too, if anyone has a specific question they would like to ask direct.
Totally understand differences in postage costs (I figured that may of been a factor in keeping postage within Europe). So I'm more than happy to hear you still provide an AirMail service.
Looking forward very much to Barry Hale's title.