Is it possible? The answer is… no. But kind of. Allow me to explain.
Ikea won’t ship any items to Bosnia And Herzegovina, 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 Ikea online store delivered to Bosnia And Herzegovina. Best of all, it’s really inexpensive to do.
How to Deliver Items from the Ikea Online Store to Bosnia And Herzegovina
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 Ikea 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!
If you look around online, you’ll find a bunch of companies in the U.S. offering physical United States addresses to customers located overseas.
These companies provide addresses for this specific use case, and they’ll even help ship your packages directly to you.
This type of service is called Freight Forwarding.
You simply register an account with a Freight Forwarder, and they’ll provide you with a U.S. based address.
You then use this address for your deliveries, and they’ll automatically forward them to your home country.
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 been a long time customer of MyUS, and we’ve never had any issues with their service.
So, when you want to order restricted items from the Ikea store, you simply enter the address MyUS provided and get your packages shipped there.
Buy Your Product(S) From the Ikea Online Store
They truly do take the hassle and worry out of the process of international shipping.
Once they receive the package, they will notify you to see if you would like them to ship it to you in Bosnia And Herzegovina, or if you would prefer to bundle a larger order. It can save you time and money in the long run!
MyUS gives you the ability to order from U.S.-based companies as if you were living overseas.