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How do I estimate the price for shipping?

You can find shipping information, including estimated delivery dates and costs, in our Product Catalogue. There are currently 2 scenarios:

  • For many products, such as posters, frames, hangers, canvas and mugs, we do offer flat rate shipping, which means that we charge the same amount to ship to all countries within each geographical area - see example below.


  • For all the other products, shipping prices might be different for each country (see example below) and differ depending on the chosen shipping method.


Alternatively, you can get quotes on live shipping rates from the Gelato Dashboard by placing an order (see example below).

We offer different shipping methods in different countries and this might affect the final price you pay. The quote in the Dashboard will also show you the estimated delivery date for each method. 


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