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New shipping rate from HobbyNutModels.com to Canada on Quinta Studio items.


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After doing some heavy research and calculations, with help from some members and customers, I have come up with a new rate structure for my friends in Canada.

 

Starting immediately, I am charging a flat shipping for all Quinta Studio items up to 3/4 pound (about 350 grams), price will vary depending on order total. 

 

So what does this mean?

 

With help of a few of you testing shipping options, I was able to determine that the lowest current postal rate was about $15.50, the highest was about $23.50, so about an average of $19.50 USD. I have decided that I will absorb some of the shipping costs myself and offer a flat rate fee of $13.50 for orders up to $100, $8.50 for between $100 to $175, and FREE Shipping for orders over $175. For the sake of simplicity, this covers all provinces in Canada. 

 

This applies to all in-stock as well as pre-order Quinta Studio Items. If you place an order for items that are in stock and items on order, the whole order will hold until they arrive in stock. Typically, the longest wait time will be about 3 weeks before I ship, as I order about every 2 weeks. 

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me any time.

 

Mark K

hobbynutmodels.com

 

 

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Hi, Mark. 

 

It makes a very pleasant change to see a trader who is willing to absorb a percentage of the shipping costs. I get the impression that a lot of traders are eager to get back EVERY cent, euro and sheckle that they spend on shipping (and add some more, for good measure). 

 

This attitude makes your stand out from most modern traders and I think people will remember your actions and (hopefully) give you repeat trade. 

 

Cheers. 

 

Chris. 

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On 5/23/2021 at 6:29 AM, Confusionreigns178 said:

Hi, Mark. 

 

It makes a very pleasant change to see a trader who is willing to absorb a percentage of the shipping costs. I get the impression that a lot of traders are eager to get back EVERY cent, euro and sheckle that they spend on shipping (and add some more, for good measure). 

 

This attitude makes your stand out from most modern traders and I think people will remember your actions and (hopefully) give you repeat trade. 

 

Cheers. 

 

Chris. 

Thank you for the kind comments. It pains me to charge someone the rates that are common now, some rates are even silly. Many times shipping ends up costing more than the customer is charged, but i cant bring myself to ask for more money when they are already paying so much. 

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