Persona 5 - Standard Edition (£35) - PlayStation 4 - Amazon.com
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Persona 5 - Standard Edition (£35) - PlayStation 4 - Amazon.com

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Edited by:"Lukester"Found 27th Aug 2017
So this seems like a good price, considering retailers are charging 40+ Especially as this is new, will work on all PS4s as region free.

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UK customs 20 per cent on top of purchase price and £8 royal mail handling charge = around £50
I think you should put in the title that this is not UK edition, not mentioning customs tax. I never buy games that cannot be traded at CEX or Game so it's a big no from me.
The price in £ will depend on the daily exchange rate so your price is not even accurate, although I think there is no Royal Mail £8 handling fee because Amazon charges customs tax upfront.
Edited by: "catt466" 27th Aug 2017
callofdute15 h, 34 m ago

UK customs 20 per cent on top of purchase price and £8 royal mail handling …UK customs 20 per cent on top of purchase price and £8 royal mail handling charge = around £50



Depends on how you import the goods. If you ask for insurance then you're more likely to get charged by Customs charges. If you choose the cheapest postage then you have a slim chance of getting stung.
Trueogre6 m ago

Depends on how you import the goods. If you ask for insurance then you're …Depends on how you import the goods. If you ask for insurance then you're more likely to get charged by Customs charges. If you choose the cheapest postage then you have a slim chance of getting stung.


That's untrue, all depends on the value declared on the customs declaration, but none of it applies here, because Amazon com charges customs tax UPFRONT.
Meh... Will wait for the inevitable £20-25 Black Friday sale price.

Heat all the same though.
Edited by: "prankster101" 27th Aug 2017
I think it may be a little longer before it gets to a better price.
jiggerjay23 m ago

I think it may be a little longer before it gets to a better price.


I never said as to which year...
catt4663 h, 53 m ago

That's untrue, all depends on the value declared on the customs …That's untrue, all depends on the value declared on the customs declaration, but none of it applies here, because Amazon com charges customs tax UPFRONT.



I order a lot of things from the US and Japan and I have not been charged customs fees at all when I use the cheapest options. Customs charges are not charged upfront as customs charges are only relevant to the country your importing to. Therefore if you purchase the item for £35 on the .com site you will only be charged customs fees once the goods arrive in the UK. By using the cheapest option the package will just fly through customs unless your package has something of interest to them. No one charges customs charges upfront as each country has their own tariff. and rules. You would just suffer the local tax charges of that country.
Edited by: "Trueogre" 27th Aug 2017
Trueogre52 m ago

I order a lot of things from the US and Japan and I have not been charged …I order a lot of things from the US and Japan and I have not been charged customs fees at all when I use the cheapest options. Customs charges are not charged upfront as customs charges are only relevant to the country your importing to. Therefore if you purchase the item for £35 on the .com site you will only be charged customs fees once the goods arrive in the UK. By using the cheapest option the package will just fly through customs unless your package has something of interest to them. No one charges customs charges upfront as each country has their own tariff. and rules. You would just suffer the local tax charges of that country.

Sorry but you are talking about sellers other than Amazon com. Try to add something in the basket at Amazon com, they will add customs tax right away and you will not be charged later.
catt46619 m ago

Sorry but you are talking about sellers other than Amazon com. Try to add …Sorry but you are talking about sellers other than Amazon com. Try to add something in the basket at Amazon com, they will add customs tax right away and you will not be charged later.



Dear lord that's the incoterm DDP they're using by the sounds of it. Not a fan to be honest.
Would be ok even if it was UK. Easier to get it off eBay for 35 quid.
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