Do you ship internationally?
Currently our website supports the following 48 countries. If you are on this list, you can place an order with us online:
Don't see your country? Still want to place an order? Call 00-01-307-775-8000 and a customer service representative will assist you.
Items that cannot be shipped overseas include knives, rifle scopes, spotting scopes, and night vision binoculars (some combustibles may not be permitted. Check with your country's prohibited shipping items, as well as the United States' prohibited shipping items.)
Items on backorder also cannot be ordered.
How long will it take to ship my order internationally?
Shipment arrivals depend on each country. UPS typically delivers within 10 business days.
**Packages being sent to Japan, are shipped via USPS, and are typically delivered within 15 business days.
How much does it cost to ship to my country?
Most packages are shipped via UPS Worldship. Exceptions include packages going to Japan and Russia, or some rural areas which are shipped via U.S. Postal Service.
How do I make a return or exchange to Sierra Trading Post if I'm outside the U.S.?
If for any reason you would like to return your purchase, just send it back within 6 months for a refund or an exchange (reimbursement is made by original payment method). For purchases older than 6 months, store credit will be issued.
Simply use the shipping method of your choice, and mail it back to us with a copy of your invoice.
** Please include a copy of your invoice, if available. Otherwise, please provide your full name, full address, and customer number (if possible).
Sierra Trading Post
5025 Campstool Road
Cheyenne, WY 82007 USA
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