The quick answer to this question is it depends.
You see, not everything from eBay Global Shipping Program can be delivered to Nicaragua.
Have no fear, for there is a newly discovered solution to this problem! You can now get products from eBay Global Shipping Program USA sent to Nicaragua for a crazy low price.
How to Get Items from eBay Global Shipping Program USA Delivered to Nicaragua
To receive orders from eBay Global Shipping Program, you must have a physical US address – there are no two ways about it.
You can order from eBay Global Shipping Program with a US address, where your packages will be delivered.
I know you’re probably questioning how to get an address. Maybe you don’t live in the US or even know anybody who does.
The good news is that many companies in the USA can provide US addresses to you that you can use. They’ll also help with the international shipping process. These companies are known as Freight Forwarders.
Once you register with one of these companies, they’ll supply you with a physical US address, which can be used for ordering items from any US-based company.
The best Freight Forwarder we’ve found is called MyUS.com
MyUS.com can ship to any city in Nicaragua, including:
Managua, Madriz, Chinandega, Atlántico Norte (RAAN), Carazo, Rivas, Matagalpa, Atlántico Sur, Nueva Segovia, Granada, León, Masaya, Chontales, Jinotega, Estelí, Boaco.
MyUS is the best for several reasons. They’re a trustworthy company with cheap shipping rates, and they won’t charge you any extra taxes, unlike some companies.
We’ve been with them for a while and had lots of packages shipped using their service.
So, if you want to order from eBay Global Shipping Program or any other American company, simply have the packages shipped to the address given to you by MyUS.com.
Your orders will be received by MyUS, who will then consolidate multiple orders into one large delivery for you. When you’re ready, they’ll ship it out to Nicaragua.
These services allow you to buy things from American online stores while living abroad!