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post #946 of 956

If your in the USA its already deducted.  $307 EUR is price EX VAT

post #947 of 956
Hmm so it seems like the cheapest option is to buy it, choose the long shipping option (15-30 business days) then use PayPal to check out. It would then be 345 total....guess that's not too bad...
post #948 of 956
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Originally Posted by ScofieldReturns View Post

Hmm so it seems like the cheapest option is to buy it, choose the long shipping option (15-30 business days) then use PayPal to check out. It would then be 345 total....guess that's not too bad...
My recommendation is get a cc that has no fee for foreign transaction & conversion fee & use it that's what I do you will pay about 330$ US no other drama to deal with etc
post #949 of 956
Vat is all ready taken out if you are from US or out of country so the price you see when you sign on the site is the price you would pay.
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My recommendation is get a cc that has no fee for foreign transaction & conversion fee & use it that's what I do you will pay about 330$ US no other drama to deal with etc

 

which cc's dont have foreign transaction fees?  man, getting a CC just to buy foreign shoes is a whole new level...

post #951 of 956
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Originally Posted by ScofieldReturns View Post

Hmm so it seems like the cheapest option is to buy it, choose the long shipping option (15-30 business days) then use PayPal to check out. It would then be 345 total....guess that's not too bad...

Carmina was over $400 this time last year - not a bad deal at all...
post #952 of 956
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Originally Posted by ScofieldReturns View Post

which cc's dont have foreign transaction fees?  man, getting a CC just to buy foreign shoes is a whole new level...
Well the cc I have never reall charges me any of those fees but I use master card & American express those two I have with no fees etc
post #953 of 956
And I had both of these cards for very long time never got them for shoes American express have tones of benefits & same with master card etc
post #954 of 956
I don't bother with PP personally if you have good cc the cost is 330$ depending upon shoe & exchange rate etc
post #955 of 956

I was hoping that somebody could advise me on how the Alcudia last fits?  I own a pair of Oxfords on the Oscar last (size UK 5) which fit me rather well.  Carmina's site says the Alcudia last is narrower, so I was wondering whether most people go up a 1/2 size?


Edited by CuffsnStuff - 8/1/15 at 9:24pm
post #956 of 956
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Originally Posted by CuffsnStuff View Post

I was hoping that somebody could advise me on how the Alcudia last fits?  I own a pair of Oxfords on the Oscar last (size UK 5) which fit me rather well.  Carmina's site says the Alcudia last is narrower, so I was wondering whether most people go up a 1/2 size?

I wear same size in Alcudia and Rain, but can't wear Simpson. Alcudia has a high instep and narrower heel than Rain. As far as I know, Oscar is wider than both so you might need a 1/2 size up like you said, but they might still be too narrow?
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