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Send parcels to the Philippines express or economy from £19.78

makes it easy to send a parcel to the Philippines from the UK. Quickly compare prices for fast express and cheap economy delivery from the best Philippines courier companies, including DHL & UPS.
With you can save up to 60% on shipping to the Philippines compared with booking direct, and get free door-to-door tracking, £50 insurance and UK-based customer service.

The Difference

  • Up to 60% cheaper than booking direct
  • Specialist advice for sending to the Philippines
  • £50 free cover on every shipment*

Our Philippines Courier Services

  • Real-time tracking
  • Suitable for businesses or individuals
  • Fast express or cheap economy shipping to the Philippines

*excluding Hermes deliveries

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Comparing shipping prices for sending parcels to the Philippines

Compare prices for sending to the Philippines from the UK

makes it simple to find the best price from the best Philippine parcel delivery companies. Our shipping calculator helps you compare prices so that whatever your needs, you get the best option for your budget.

  1. Enter your shipment details.
  2. Compare prices from the best couriers.
  3. Select from fast or economy options.

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When it comes to shipping internationally at , we’ve spent more than 30 years building strong relationships with the best couriers, enabling us to offer huge cost savings compared with going direct.

Our Parcel Postage service is significantly faster than standard shipping with the Post Office, without any of the hassle of queuing in line, and with prices up to 60% cheaper, there’s only one choice for your international delivery.

Check out our costs for popular services and destinations throughout Asia:

Our Courier Services to the Philippines

It’s easy to ship parcels of every description with , from commercial air freight to sending a small present. And with so many options, we’ll find the best service for your budget.

When it comes to importing, makes it easy to ship from the Philippines to the UK. Our import services help you find the best price, even if you’re shipping pallets or other bulky packages

Parcel Postage from the UK to Philippines

Express – 2/3 day delivery
Economy – 4/5 day delivery

Parcel Postage from Philippines to the UK

Express – 2/3 day delivery
Economy – 3/4 day delivery

Express Delivery

Speedy 2-3 day delivery

AM Delivery

Pre 9am, 10:30am and Noon Delivery

Economy Delivery

Cheap 4-5 day delivery to the Philippines

Customs in the Philippines

When sending to the Philippines, there are two separate ways that the goods will enter the country – Informal and Formal entry. Personal shipments will always pass through informal customs, but for other shipments this is decided by value; generally, items worth less than 2,000 pesos are cleared informally, while goods worth more than that will have to pass through formal entry. Formal entry may require more paperwork for customs, which will produce for you when you make your booking.

There are no exemptions to allow goods to be imported without having to pay duties and taxes, so every parcel will have duties and taxes applied.

Learn more about customs clearance
Learn more about restricted items in the Philippines
Guide to informal vs formal entry
UK government guide to exporting to the Philippines

Collection & Delivery

Courier Collection

Courier Collection

For many locations across the UK and the Philippines we can pick-up on the day you book. We cannot unfortunately provide an estimated time of arrival for the collecting courier, however we do offer a collection window for most services at the point of booking. If, however the collecting courier has not arrived by 4pm, we recommend you contact us.

We also offer convenient drop-off locations, such as local shops which are open outside office hours. So if you don’t want to wait home all day for the courier to arrive, drop-off locations are extremely helpful.

Delivery of your parcel

Philippines Courier Delivery

Unless you’ve chosen to make use of one of our timed delivery services, your parcel will be delivered between 9am and 7pm Monday to Friday. We can’t narrow that window any further however, so you will need to make sure that the recipient is present for the whole day of expected delivery.

Most of our partner carriers will make three delivery attempts before the package is returned to the sender, so choose a delivery address where you know someone will be in during the day to receive your parcel.

Tracking your Philippines parcel delivery

has the safest hands in the business, which is why we offer free real-time tracking right here on our site, all you need to do is enter your parcel tracking number to get started. That means you can keep an eye on your parcel every step of the way, thanks to scans that update at every stop your shipment makes on its journey.

There is a very small percentage of deliveries that encounter delays, and in the unlikely event that something does go wrong, we’ll get in touch with you and your recipient to explain the problem, and how to go about getting it rectified.

Learn more about tracking your Philippines parcel delivery

Sending Gifts to the Philippines

There’s no gift exemption from duties or taxes when shipping gifts to the Philippines. That means that every gift shipment is treated as a normal parcel for the purposes of clearing customs – so parcels worth less than 2,000 pesos will go through informal clearance.

Make sure to properly declare the nature of your goods – it’s easy to fall into the trap of declaring a ‘Gift’, but your customs clearance officer will likely require more detailed information, so try and be more specific, such as ‘Chocolates and a dinner set’

Large Parcel and Air Freight

Shipping with means that even large parcels or freight shipments can be sent cheaply and simply to the Philippines. By using our specialist partners like DHL and UPS, offers a cheap option to ship packages that are up to 270cm in length and 1000 kg in weight, including pallets.

With both courier and air freight services, including door-to-door, door-to-port and port-to-port, we offer a comprehensive range of logistics services for both exporting and importing.

When using our services to send large or heavy shipments to Philippines, make sure to book a day in advance.

Learn more about sending large parcels to the Philippines

Sending food to Philippines

Food is one of ’s most popular shipments, and we know exactly how to make sure that it arrives safely. There are some rules about what you are allowed to send by courier however, so keep the check lists below in mind if you’d like your food delivery to go off without a hitch.

Whether or not you’re tired of adobo, fancy something other than oare-kare, or want to celebrate with more than pancit palabok, makes it a simple matter to ship food to the Philippines.

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

With international shipping there are invariably some small bumps and knocks that are part of any journey. To make sure that your package arrives in great condition, you’ll need to properly protect your goods.

When packaging your goods, there are three main points to keep in mind:


A box is the most important protective element of a shipment, so make sure that you have a good one. We recommend using a new, double corrugated box for every shipment – an older box may look sturdy, but be concealing weakness that mean your box is crushed or bursts in transit.

Safely packaging a parcel for international shipping


Wrap each of your goods individually before placing them in your box. Surround with plenty of packaging material, so that no part of your goods are touching the walls of the box. Make sure that there is no movement when you shake the box gently.


Use strong packaging tape to seal up your box. Wrap up your box three times in a Union Flag pattern, paying special attention to seams and corners, the weakest part of your box. Add your labels, making sure that all information is clearly visible, and that the barcode is not covered.

Properly packaging your goods


Do I have to pay any extra charges to send a gift to the Philippines?

There isn’t a gift exemption for sending gifts to the Philippines, so any present that you send will be subject to duties and taxes in much the same fashion as a normal parcel. Gifts will always pass through informal entry, but gift shipments will still have customs fees applied when entering the country.
By simply declaring that the contents of your parcel are a ‘gift’, your package will most likely be delayed. Instead, be sure to include a description of the contents as well – ‘Gift – children’s books’ for example.

Is there anything I’m not allowed to send to the Philippines?

There are rules and regulations about what is allowed to be sent by courier. From writings or pictures of an obscene nature, to printed materials that are rebellious or treasonous, some things are strictly prohibited in the Philippines. Contact the Philippines customs team for a full list of prohibited goods.

Can I ship my eBay goods with ?

You can ship eBay goods with . It’s made even easier thanks to our eBay shipping calculator – all you need to do is enter your parcel information, and the shipping calculator will do the rest.

Can I send food to Philippines?

Sometimes there is no taste like home. makes it quick and simple to ship food, as long as you stick to a few simple rules. Just make sure that your food shipment is store bought and in original packaging, and you shouldn’t have any problems.

Does work with businesses?

is proud to work with businesses of all shapes and sizes. As long as your business has regular shipping needs, you can take advantage of ourbusiness shipping services to help save you money.

Why doesn’t work with economy couriers?

When you ship with you get more than a great price – you also get fantastic service, thanks to our handpickedcourier partners like DHL , DPD, FedEx, TNT and UPS.

Do delivery times take longer to remote areas of the Philippines?

Whether you’re sending to Guiuan on Samar Island, or Tolosa or the small town of Liberty, in eastern-central Leyte, shipping to remote areas of the Philippines takes a day or two longer, but we’ll always provide an accurate transit time at the point of quote.