Amazon-Philippines Shopping Guide

This website serves as your guide through Amazon shopping in the Philippines. If you’re wondering, an Amazon website doesn’t operate yet in our country. This shouldn’t be a problem because you can easily buy and ship products from Amazon to Philippines. is the largest online store and though it hails from the US, anyone from another country can shop so easily!

Easiest Way to Ship Amazon Items to Philippines

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The reason we created these tutorials is because most imported products in the Philippines are so expensive. If merchants can ship products internationally then we should just do the same thing for ourselves. Nowadays, international shipping is cheaper and easier that is why we shouldn’t spend so much money on imported products. If you live in the Philippines, this is a good news for you because we now have listed the best and easiest ways to ship Amazon merchandise right to your doorsteps. After going through them, you should find shopping at Amazon so exciting and remarkable.

Amazon Philippines

Amazon is a massive online store where you can buy the coolest products that may not be in the Philippines. Item collectors and online shoppers know this very much. While you can find Amazon in various countries worldwide, its main website – operates mainly in the US. Other websites are (Japan), (UK), (Canada), etc.. Amazon also has its own line of products that are so popular and unique, like the Amazon Kindle – ebook reader. So if you want the latest toys, gadgets, machinery, fashion and all the nice things, see them all at Amazon.

Before you follow any of the tutorials above, you should have an Amazon account already, and a credit/debit  card. If you don’t have a credit card, you can use Globe Gcash AmEX. This service allows to shop online without a physical credit card. For the instructions, please go to this link – Shopping with Globe Gcash AmEX.


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  1. Hi Nehemiah,
    What third party courier offers the cheapest delivery charge?
    I want to buy books from Amazon in large quantities. Thanks a lot!

    1. If we’re talking about large quantites, I would prefer shipping them through Sea Cargo with Shipping Cart. Books are heavy so you can save a lot of money if you ship them via Sea.

  2. Hello! Can I add items on the shopping cart and then checkout?? I just wanna see how much is the total cost of my Amazon orders.

    1. Sure you can! Feel free to add items to your shopping cart. You will see the total cost of your purchase before you can place the order.

    1. If you’re in the United States, you can shop on Amazon like a normal US resident. Have the package sent to your US home address, then ship it to the Philippines via balikbayan box, Fedex or DHL.

      If you don’t want to ship the package yourself, then you can use third party shipping with Shipping Cart.

  3. I just had my first ever purchase at Amazon and used Shipping Cart. I ordered in Amazon last Jan. 29 and delivered right at my doorstep at Feb 15. It only took 16 days for me to get the book. Thanks Nehemiah for this blog. 🙂

    1. Imported goods are always subjected to tax, but third party shippers will automatically calculate it for you to make an easy payment and you don’t have to worry dealing with Customs.

  4. Hello Po! Nandito po ako sa US, at gusto kong bumili ng items sa Amazon pero sa Pinas ko papadala. Magkano po ang charge at ilan buwan bago madeliver? thanks

  5. Pwede ba akong mag order sa amazon dito sa Pinas para sa family ko sa States? Ako ang magbabayad pero ang shipping address ko sa kanila.

    1. Yes po, mas madali po kung nasa US and papadalhan. Free pa ang shipping. Pagcheck out nyo po, ilagay nyo lang po na shipping address ang home address ng family mo sa states. 🙂

    1. I assure you David that it’s absolutely safe. This website will tell you all about my shopping experiences with Comments and feedbacks from other people will help you as well.

    1. The shipping is definitely free if you’re located in the United States. If you’re in the Philippines, you’ll have to pay for international shipping. You can use Shipping Cart to ship items to Philippines with no problems.

    1. Yes, of course. The majority of items that I actually ship from Amazon are electronics like gadgets and appliances. 🙂

  6. Hi Nehemiah!
    I’m from Leyte and i’m thinking of buying books from Amazon. The books i’m trying to buy kasi are so rare and hard to find here in the Philippines so i’m stuck with the amazon option. I would like to ask if is it expensive to buy books from amazon? i mean the shipping from there to here. The books would be heavy I presume and I have read from the thread that weight is really a big issue. Would really appreciate a reply from you.
    Thank you Nehemiah Endo!
    Love the blog by the way. 🙂

    1. No problem, Ray. Shipping books isn’t that expensive unless they’re too many. If you will import huge amounts of books, I guarantee you can save a lot of money by shipping them through Sea Cargo.

  7. Sir, have you already tried buying from a third-party sellers on Amazon? If yes, what’s your experience? I’m planning to buy some sneakers.

    1. Yes, most of the items I buy are from third party sellers. I’ve had no problems ordering from them so far. Just be sure to check their seller rating and feedbacks before buying from them.

    1. I believe Amazon Japan and Amazon UK can also do direct shipping to Philippines. Though I don’t advise direct shipping, you can try it and see for yourself if it works. 🙂

  8. Nehemiah, how about purchasing items using a Philippine credit card? kasi ang united states mahigpit sa credit card. my mga fraud verification po ata sila. lalo na kung magkaiba po ung billing and shipping address. seems na magiiba po ung billing address which is ung sa credit card dapat, and then yung us address natin for shipping.

    1. No worries, Amazon accepts purchases even the billing address is not the same the as the shipping address. So your Philippine credit card will surely work. In case Amazon asks for further verification, it will be very easy especially if you own the card yourself.

  9. Hi Nehemiah Endo,
    Thanks for creating this blog, very helpful indeed! I ordered an item from Amazon US and received it earlier than the expected delivery date. Thank you 🙂

  10. Hi. I’m new in Amazon and I live in Marinduque province here in the Ph. I plan to buy baby clothes and accesories on Amazon. Which do you think will suit me best, Shipping Cart or Johnny Air? Thanks.

  11. I am in the US and I wanted to buy a 65″ television and have it shipped to the Philippines, is this possible? How much is the shipment rate usually?

  12. Good evening Sir Endo! I’ve recently created my ShippingCart account. I have a question. Do I input everything in my given ShippingCart Address Line 1 in the amazon shipping address line? My given US address has a part that says “Account No. XX-XXXXXX” at the end. Do I have to include that? Hoping for your reply!

    1. Yes make sure to include it. The account number is the most important address info. You can put it on Address Line 1 or 2. Either way it will work 🙂

      1. I appreciate the clarification Sir Endo! Thanks to that video of yours, I can finally start procuring some odd and rare knick-knacks from Amazone!!! hehehe. Thank you very much and God Bless!

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