Hololive Shop Shipping US

Official Hololive Shop Now Supports Shipping to US, Canada, and Mexico

Cover Corp announced that the official Hololive shop is now shipping to the US, Canada, and Mexico regions. In commemoration, the company is restocking past Hololive merchandise. International shipping costs will include customs charges such as VAT, import taxes, and other duties.

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The official Hololive shop also provides US Dollar currency calculation as well as English language support. However, the website does not include Canadian Dollar or Mexican Peso price calculations. Cover Corp notes that the calculations are estimations, and may be subject to change depending on currency exchange rates. Alternatively, fans can still purchase some Hololive merchandise through the original Geekjack website.

Additionally, the total price will only include import shipping costs and duties upon checkout. Cover Corp is partnering with international shipping companies DHL Express and EMS. This means that, depending on your region, you may have to pay additional fees based on the shipping company. After purchasing the product, DHL may also contact customers for shipping information. Cover urges users to check with their local customs offices for further information about associated shipping costs.

Restocked products include items that were previously only available in select Japanese stores. These include acrylic figures, panels, t-shirts, and posters Cover Corp sold at the 2021 Hololive Summer Festival in Akihabara. The shop also sells merch from the Hololive Comiket 99 booth.

The official Hololive Shop supports shipping to the US, Canada, and Mexico. International shipping costs, VAT, and import taxes may apply.

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