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Spedizione: Questo articolo può essere spedito solo in Italia, San Marino e Città del Vaticano
Something like Shipment: this article can only be sent to Italy, San Marino and Vatican City
I got the order confirmation (that was yesterday). Today i am also not able to get that far with any new LEGO order.
I have to say i was wondering how they can offer shipping everything to Vienna for just 7 Euro?
He is looking at you kid. We'll always have Spain... ;-)
I'm very sorry for the inconvenience with the shipping of the items Lego.
Unfortunately, there are some shipping restrictions on these items. As you can check in the "Dettagli prodotto" section, the items Lego can be shippable only in Italy, San Marino and Città del Vaticano, (Questo articolo può essere spedito solo in Italia, San Marino e Città del Vaticano).
That means these items can be shipped only in Italy, San Marino and Città del Vaticano and for these reasons we can't deliver these items to the UK.
Please accept my apologize for that.
I hope this information will be of help. We look forward to seeing you again soon.
Wonder if the Pope has a Death Star yet.
After your email I checked Lego items in our website.
I'm sorry but I can confirm that now Lego items can be shipped only to Italy, San Marino and Vatican City.
If you need more information don't hesitate to contact us.
Thank you for your interest in Amazon.it
they really had good prices from time to time
I flipped em for double rrp before they were widely available.
Either way it stinks - so much for free trade within the EU.....
Same with Gas. Gazprom charges different prices to different countries and gets away with it. What do the EU do? Say it is wrong, and not much else.
With amazon, Im amazed they've continued for so long like this. Can you think of a single other company where different country's websites have different prices and you can order from any country's website for delivery to any other country?
originating in Italy. :/
I wonder why the lego embargo is not introduced on all amazon sites. Thank god it isnt, but why only italy???
Maybe it's just me but the .fr site seems to have come a lot cheaper ever since the .it stopped shipping abroad.
But true,for a couple of weeks .fr seems to carry some unbewtable offers (sopwith camel for example!)!
Thats of course assuming it was Amazons decision. Im no expert in European trade laws but if it was Lego's decision I suspect it was probably illegal. Nothing stopping a retailer choosing to stop shipping to a particular country but Lego forcing that decision probably would be on the wrong side.
They can hope to sell more in the uk by stopping the european sites from shipping but it won't actually happen. Not unless they offer the exclusive sets at a better price than [email protected], which they don't and [email protected] also has VIP points which build up nicely when buying the exclusive sets.
Vive la France, or certainly make the most of it whilst you can.
amazon.it now doesn't ship Lego, but used to for a very high shipping cost since this spring anyhow
amazon.fr doesn't ship most items (including all Lego) to this part of Europe while they do to many Asian countries for example, wtf?
amazon.es does still ship but shipping cost is 7 EUR + 5 EUR/kg (it's only 0.59 EUR/kg to Western Europe and Poland) which cancels out any good deals one might have.
The best part is that they are not even present here so it's not like they'd be cannibalizing their own local sales like in the UK. Also as far as I know they plan to enter this market next year. One would think they'd be happy to have a core audience already using and being familiar with their service. Apparently not.