The answer: it depends.
Some items can be shipped to Germany from Lulus, while many can’t.
Today there’s a quick, easy, and inexpensive solution to this problem. This fix allows you to order any item from the Lulus USA online store and get it shipped to Germany with minimal hassle.
How to Get Items from Lulus USA Delivered to Germany
To receive orders from Lulus, you must have a physical US address – there are no two ways about it.
You can order from Lulus 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.
Why is MyUS.com such a great Freight Forwarder? Well, for starters, you won’t be charged any extra for taxes. Their service is exceptionally reliable, and they offer some of the lowest shipping rates out there.
In the years we’ve worked with them, they’ve never let us down (and we’ve shipped plenty with them).
You can now get your packages shipped from Lulus or any other US-based retailer to the address given to you by MyUS.com.
Once they receive your online order, they’ll forward it on to Germany. To save on fees, they’ll even make one large package out of multiple orders before shipping it to you in Germany.
Now you can use these services to purchase things from American-based brands and get them delivered to your door, even if you’re living abroad.