Is it possible? The answer is… no. But kind of. Allow me to explain.
Cheaper Than Dirt won’t ship any items to Canada, or anywhere else outside of the U.S. for that matter.
But there’s a fairly straightforward workaround to get any item sold on the Cheaper Than Dirt online store delivered to Canada. Best of all, it’s really inexpensive to do.
How to Deliver Items from the Cheaper Than Dirt Online Store to Canada
Wouldn’t it be so much easier if you just had a USA address that you could ship packages to? Then you could order from the USA Cheaper Than Dirt online store until your heart’s content.
The great news is that there is an affordable way which doesn’t involve you buying a house!
This isn’t widely known, but there are businesses in the USA which have been set up purely to assist consumers with their international shopping.
They are called Freight Forwarders. When you sign up to use their services, they will allocate you a USA address that you can send your US-based deliveries too.
MyUS is our personal favorite Freight Forwarder.
They combine a reliable and convenient service with a fair price. They do not charge additional taxes or unnecessary fees and have a relatively low rate.
We’ve worked with MyUS several times, and have shipped multiple packages using their service.
You can order from any US-based company and have that company ship your order to your MyUS address. It doesn’t matter that you actually live in Canada or some other international location. All that matters is that you have a US-based address.
Buy Your Product(S) From the Cheaper Than Dirt Online Store
When you’re shopping online and choose to deliver to your allocated Freight Forwarder address, the delivery will be received by their team.
At this point, the Freight Forwarder will ship your package to your address in Canada.
If you have ordered multiple items from multiple US online stores, MyUS will package all of your orders together and send as one.
So, there you have it. You can enjoy the luxury of shopping on the Cheaper Than Dirt US online store, without having to actually live there.