SHIPPING

SHIPPING INFO:

How much does postage cost?
Postage is calculated on weight and your delivery address postcode using Australia Post’s current postage rates.

Shipping within Australia:
All orders are shipped via Australia Post’s Express Post, Parcel Post and Priority Post services. Delivery times vary around Australia, if you would like an estimated delivery time we recommend you use the Australia Post Delivery Time Calculator. Our suburb/postcode is Marden 5070

Foreign Shipping:
All foreign orders are shipped via Australia Post’s Air Mail service and calculated using Australia Post’s current international postage ratesNOTE: Standard Air Mail DOES NOT include a tracking number unless total shipping cost exceeds $50.00. Please contact us if you require an “International Tracking” option which is more expensive. Delivery times for International orders can vary depending on customs and is not guaranteed by a specific date, generally we advise allowing up to 2-3 weeks for international shipping to arrive. Once the goods arrive in your country, Australia Post might require local contractors for on-forwarding and they are then relying on them to operate efficiently and without error. Due to the many variables encountered with international freight contractors, Pee Records cannot be held liable for international consignments that are lost in transit.

I want to order 3 vinyl records, a t-shirt and 2 CDs. Do you offer bulk shipping rates?
We certainly do. For orders up to 5kg within Australia the maximum postage charged is $25.00, if your order is calculated with a higher shipping rate upon checking out when you place your order please contact us here and we will email you the adjusted freight charge and add it to you order.
For international orders of 2+ records please contact us for postage rates and shipping information, or check Australia Post’s international parcel rates here.

Shipping is so damn expensive! Why do you charge so much?
We agree! Direct your frustration towards Australia Post though, not us. We only charge what they charge us and in some cases we lose money on the added costs of package and labeling. The last Australia Post CEO took home $5.6 million in his 2016 salary though so that should make us all feel better.