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Shipping to Jamaica

By shipping with , getting your package to Jamaica is an easy prospect. We make finding the cheapest and quickest delivery easy, and help you send with the biggest and best shipping companies from around the world. So you know that when you send to Jamaica with your parcel will get there safely and speedily – all for up to 60% cheaper than booking directly.

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Because we’ve been working in the courier business for over 30 years, we’ve built strong and long-stranding partnerships with the biggest and best couriers that enable us to offer the best Jamaica shipping rates possible.

  1. Get an instant online quote for postage to Jamaica.
  2. Compare low prices from the best couriers.
  3. Select either a fast express service or a cheap economy delivery.

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Shipping Rates to the West Indies

As experts in international shipping, offers you great rates with world-renowned couriers to more than 220 countries. Sending with us can often be cheaper than regular post, and it’s much faster too.

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Shipping to Jamaica from the UK

Express – Next-Day Delivery
Economy – 4-Day Delivery

Shipping from Jamaica to the UK

Express – 3-4 Day Delivery

Express Delivery

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AM Delivery

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Economy shipping to Jamaica

Cheap 4-day Delivery

Customs in Jamaica

From barrels to birthday presents, all shipments into Jamaica pass through customs clearance, with almost all being eligible for duties and taxes. However, shipments worth less than $20 will clear customs without having to pay fees. Any parcels worth more than that will have fees attached before they are cleared.

One of the most important factors in shipping to Jamaica is the customs paperwork – generates all the paperwork that you’ll need, but you must be sure to properly fill them out to ensure that there are no problems in clearing Jamaican customs.

Learn more about clearing customs
Learn more about restricted items in Jamaica
Visit the official Jamaican customs site

Collection & Delivery

The options for collecting and delivering when shipping with Parcelcompare®

Courier Collection

We can collect your parcel on the same day from most locations across the UK and Jamaica, however if you’re sending something big, like a barrel, weighing over 50kg in weight, or longer than 180cm, we will require 24 hours’ advance warning and you will also need to provide your courier with assistance in loading the parcel when he collects it.

If you’re sending a pallet or an item requiring a tail lift or pallet truck, please contact our customer care team prior to collection.

Delivery in Jamaica

Deliveries in Jamaica are made on working days between 9am and 7pm. Most couriers make three delivery attempts as standard, before your package is returned.

Some partner carriers, like UPS, may deliver parcels to designated safe places without requiring a signature. If you require proof that delivery has been made, please use the upgrade option ‘Signature required’ on our ‘select service page’. Delivery to remote areas can come with a surcharge, which will be added when you tell us the address.

Tracking your Package to Jamaica

Booking with also gives you door-to-door tracking, which means that you can see your parcel from the minute it goes into the back of the van right until it lands in the hands of your intended recipient in Jamaica. This allows us to keep you up to date – in the unlikely event that something goes wrong, we’ll change your parcel status to ‘exception’ and send you an email to let you know the issue.

Tracking your parcel is easy, simply go to our parcel tracking page and enter your tracking number to get started.

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Sending Gifts to Jamaica

When sending a present to Jamaica there is a small allowance that means you can ship gifts worth less than $20 without having to pay duties and taxes. If you wish your gift to pass through customs without paying duties and taxes, be sure to mark it as a gift and ensure you declare the correct value.

The correct customs paperwork will be generated by for you – be sure to properly fill it in, as this is used by Jamaican customs to clear your package and apply the proper duties and taxes.

Sending Luggage
or Excess Baggage to Jamaica

If you are sending personal effects like unaccompanied luggage to Jamaica, there are a variety of options to import without have to pay duties and taxes. With various fee exemptions, there is no better way to get your possessions back to Jamaica than .

You can also send tools of your trade – the instruments or equipment you use in your profession – without paying duties and taxes. This is only the case if:

  • The individual is qualified to use them.
  • The tools of trade (instruments, tools, equipment, devices and machines) are used in the normal course and scope of a person’s profession, trade or occupation.
  • They are not imported for sale or commercial exchange.

Important points of note:

  1. Personal goods are products used by an individual, like clothes or unaccompanied luggage.
  2. However, personal effects do not include goods that are used by multiple people in a household. These are known as ‘household effects’ instead and are treated differently during the customs clearance process.
  3. If you are planning to send unaccompanied luggage or other personal effects to Jamaica, please keep in mind that you may be required to complete extra paperwork in order to clear customs.

Large Parcel and Air Freight to Jamaica

are experts in large and heavy shipping. That means that if you want to send a barrel to Jamaica, or anything else a bit bigger than normal, you can trust us to get it delivered safely. We can ship packages that are up to 270cm in length or 1,000kg in weight, including pallets. Simply book at least 24 hours in advance, and be available to offer your courier assistance in loading or unloading the shipment.Shipping barrels by air freight means that your shipment will get there quickly and efficiently.

Learn more about sending big items to Jamaica

Sending food to Jamaica

There is all sorts of amazing food in Jamaica, but sometimes there’s just no substitute for the tastes of home. makes it a breeze to send food to Jamaica, as long as you don’t try to send anything homemade – perishable food is not allowed to be sent by courier.

With that in mind, there are a couple of extra things to keep in mind when sending food, but when you stick to the rules below you know that it will get there without a problem.

What you can send

Non-perishable foods

  • a. Store bought foods with a best before date over 6 months away.
  • b. Items must be in the original manufacturers packaging and unopened.
  • c. The food lable needs to list all the ingredients.
  • d. The best before date must be displayed on the packaging
  • e. Examples of pershable foods:
    Crisp and savory foods, Chocolates and candy, Canned foods, Herbs and Spices in sealed containers, tea bags, Jams and other preserves

What you cannot send

perishable foods

  • a. Foods with a shelf life of less than 6 months.
  • b. Homemade foods or any foods not in the original manufactures packaging.
  • c. Foods that can spoil in transit.
  • d. Food in packaging that have been opened.
  • e. Food that does not contain a food label listing the ingredients.

Packaging your Parcel

It’s a long journey to Jamaica, and it’s not necessarily a gentle one for your parcel. In fact, by the time it arrives in Jamaica it will have been handled multiple times. In order to ensure that your goods arrive in as good a condition as they left in, it’s vital to properly package them.

To make sure that your parcel arrives in one piece, there are three key things that you should keep in mind while packaging it :


A new box offers the best protection for whatever you’re shipping. When considering size, remember that you’re going to need to fit packaging layers in with your goods (see step 2). If the contents weigh more than 10kg we recommend a double-lined box.

Safely packaging a parcel for international shipping


Every item you put in should be individually wrapped, then surrounded by packaging material to suspend it in your box at least 6cm from the inside edges. Once you’ve filled your box shake it, nothing should move or rattle.


Be generous with your parcel tape – wrap your package around three times in each direction to create a Union Jack flag-style pattern. All corners and joins should be covered. Attach your shipping labels carefully and ensure they’re the only labels visible on your package.

How to make sure that your parcel arrives in good condition


Can I send food to Jamaica?

Yes. You can ship food to Jamaica with as long as it is store bought and non-perishable. It also needs to be in the original, unopened packaging, and homemade food will not be allowed.

Who applies customs charges in Jamaica?

There are various exemptions to customs charges, but when duties and taxes are applied to a shipment they are charged by the Jamaican customs agency. This isn’t a part of the shipping process that has any control over.

Is there anything that I can’t ship to Jamaica?

There are several categories of goods that are not allowed to be shipped to Jamaica, alongside goods that are not carried by couriers. To see what goods are not carried by courier, look at ’s list of prohibited items, and to see what is not allowed into Jamaica you can see their list of prohibited items ,and their list of restricted items.

Will I have to pay duties and taxes if I ship my luggage to Jamaica

There are several exemptions to duties and taxes when shipping personal goods to Jamaica. To see what you can send – and in what amounts – you can see this document. For other goods, you would have to pay duties or taxes as normal.

If I want to send a gift, will I have to pay any extra charges?

When sending a gift worth less than $20, your shipment would be exempt to duties and taxes. However, all gifts worth more than that will be subject to import fees as normal.

Why should I ship with ?

Shipping with means that you get more than just great prices. We offer door-to-door tracking, the best service and shipping from the best couriers in the world – all for up to 60% cheaper than booking directly. If you’re a business looking to ship regularly then check out our great business package for even more discounts and other benefits.

Can I ship barrels to Jamaica, or other very big items with ?

Yes. We offer air freight delivery and can ship pallets up to 1,000 kg in weight. If your goods are not on a pallet, we can ship packages as big as 270cm long and weighing as much as 70 kg.

Which couriers can I find with ?

We only work with the world’s most reliable couriers, allowing us to offer a premium service at discount prices, to more than 220 countries. Our courier partners include DHL, FedEx, TNT and UPS.

How do I find out the cost of shipping eBay sales to Jamaica?

If you’re selling on eBay and offering shipping to Jamaica, you can check costs with our eBay parcel postage calculatorJust be sure to check that the item you’re selling conforms to customs rules and regulations first.

Do delivery times to Jamaica vary by destination?

Yes, if you’re sending to more remote areas of Jamaica such as Mandeville, the south coast or the Blue Mountains then deliveries can take a day or two longer, however we’ll always inform you of the transit time for each courier service, when you get a quote from us.