The answer: it depends.
Some items can be shipped to Canada from Scrubs And Beyond, while many can’t.
You needn’t worry about this, though, as there is a way around the restrictions. A solution has been found to order anything from Scrubs And Beyond and ship it to Canada. Plus, it’s not expensive at all.
How to Get Items from Scrubs And Beyond USA Delivered to Canada
To have any item delivered overseas from the Scrubs And Beyond USA, you’ll need a physical address based in the United States.
This address is what you’ll use to receive packages from Scrubs And Beyond.
I’m sure you’re asking how you even get a physical US address if you don’t live there or even have friends or relatives in the US.
To get a physical US-based address, you’ll need to use a Freight Forwarder. These are companies located in the US that give their customers US addresses to use for online orders.
They help with the international shipping process so you can receive your items with no hassle.
One of our favorite Freight Forwarding companies is MyUS.com.
MyUS.com will forward packages to Canada, no matter which city you live in. Some of the places they ship to include:
British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario, Quebec, Manitoba, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Saskatchewan, Yukon, Northwest Territories.
We’ll tell you why we think they’re the best. Firstly, they don’t add any hidden fees, unlike other companies. This means they offer very low rates. And secondly, they provide an ultra-reliable service to their customers.
We’ve used them for years, and in that time, we’ve shipped many packages.
You can use your MyUS.com address when ordering from any US-based store, including Scrubs And Beyond.
MyUS.com will then receive your packages on your behalf. Once you’re ready, you can request that they be shipped on to you in Canada.
In addition to that, MyUS can consolidate multiple orders into one large package before sending them out to you in Canada.
By using their service, you can order from the US as if you were really there!