Order with Free Shipping by Ashops

Order $25 or more to qualify for FREE Shipping on eligible items.

With free shipping, your order will be delivered 5-8 business days after all your items are available to ship, including pre-order items.

To place an order online, do the following:
Add at least $25 of eligible items to your Shopping Cart. Items with “FREE Shipping” messaging on the product detail page contribute to your free shipping order minimum.
Proceed to checkout.
Enter a U.S.-eligible delivery address.

(Note that some items shipped to Alaska or Hawaii may not be eligible for FREE shipping)
Select FREE Shipping as your shipping speed.
Note: Gift cards receive FREE One-Day shipping, but don’t apply to the $25 minimum.

Change Your Order Information

You can update your order quantity, billing address, shipping address, Amazon Fresh delivery address, payment method, and more on your unshipped orders by visiting the Orders section in Your Account.

Return Items You Ordered

You can return many items sold on Amazon.com. When you return an item, you may see different return options depending on the seller, item, or reason for return.
Prepare and ship your return

After you’ve followed the prompts in the Online Returns Center link above:

Prepare your package for return.
Pack your item securely, inserting any paperwork that was included when you requested your return from the Online Returns Center. If you don’t have the original product packaging, use a sturdy box and include padding such as packing bubbles or newspaper. Attach your return label to the package.

Ship your return based on the return shipping option you selected.
For more information on the return shipping options, go to About Return Shipping.

Shipping Rates

Shipping rates depend on the selected shipping speed and weight/size of the items.

To determine the applicable shipping rate for items in your Cart:

Select Proceed to Checkout
Select or add your shipping address
Select a shipping speed and select Continue
Select a payment method and select Continue
The total shipping & handling cost will be listed under Order Summary.

Sales Tax & Regulatory Fees›

About US State Sales and Use Taxes
Items sold on Amazon.com and shipped to locations both inside and outside the US, including territories, may be subject to tax.

How Tax is calculated
The amount of tax charged on your order depends on many factors including the following:

The identity of the seller
The type of item or service purchased
The time and location of fulfillment
The shipment or delivery address of your order
These factors can change between the time you place an order and when your shipment is complete. As a result, the tax calculated on your order may change. We display an “Estimated Tax” to be collected at Check Out when confirming an order. The amounts displayed as estimated tax may then be updated later when your order is finalized and completed.
The tax rate applied to your order will be the combined state and local rates of the address where your order is delivered to or fulfilled from. For example, if you live in a state that does not impose a sales tax, you may still see tax calculated on your order if shipped to another state. Moreover, the tax rates applied to your order may also be different for a variety of reasons, such as a shipment to a residential home versus a business address. Also, the total selling price of an item will generally include item-level shipping and handling charges, item level discounts, and gift wrapping charges. If applied at an order level, these charges, may be allocated to the individual items in an order.

If you are ordering from Amazon.com and shipping to a country outside of the US, you may be charged the applicable country tax rate.


No tax is charged when purchasing gift cards; however, purchases paid for with gift cards may be subject to tax.
Textbooks rented from Warehouse Deals and shipped to destinations in Delaware are subject to tax.
Items sold by Amazon.com and its affiliates that are shipped to destinations in the following states and US territories may be subject to tax:

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