The quick answer to this question is it depends.
Not all items from Hot Topic can be shipped straight to Germany.
While it is annoying that Hot Topic USA doesn’t ship directly to Germany, there is a solution. This solution allows you to order from Hot Topic and receive them in Germany, all for a low price.
How to Get Items from Hot Topic USA Delivered to Germany
To receive orders from Hot Topic, you must have a physical US address – there are no two ways about it.
You can order from Hot Topic 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.
Thankfully there are companies called Freight Forwarders that can give you a US address to use. These companies are based in the USA and will assist you in shipping your items internationally.
Once you sign up with one, you’ll be given a US address. You can use this address when ordering any goods or services from American companies.
MyUS.com is our favorite Freight Forwarding service as they will ship to all cities located in Germany. That includes these cities:
Saxony, Rheinland-Pfalz, North Rhine-Westphalia, Brandenburg, Bavaria, Saxony-Anhalt, Berlin, Lower Saxony, Hesse, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Hamburg, Baden-Württemberg, Thuringia, Schleswig-Holstein, Saarland, Bremen.
One reason why they’re so good is that they’re cheap. That’s because they don’t charge extra taxes. Plus, they provide a very reliable service.
We’ve worked alongside them for a while now and have shipped lots of items through them.
You can buy any product from Hot Topic, or any other US-based store for that matter, and have it shipped to your MyUS.com US-based address.
The store will send your order to MyUS, who’ll be awaiting its arrival. Once it turns up, they’ll forward it on to you in Germany.
Should you order lots of individual items, MyUS can consolidate them into a single package which can be delivered to Germany.
Now you’re able to buy products from the US and get them shipped as if you were in the US!