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New $150 online duty free limit

Great news! Under the new U.S./Canada/Mexico trade agreement the online duty free limit has increased from $20 to $150. This means if there is anything under $150 that you cannot access here in Canada, but can order in the U.S., you're not going to need to...

Scrapbooking Supplies – Hidden Gems

If you're a Canadian that loves scrapbooking, you will love what our post is about today. Who doesn't love finding unique and fun supplies that are not your typical Michael's go to. All of us who love to scrapbook find pride in making something that we can...

If you're looking to buy on a U.S. website and have your item delivered to a border location so you can pick-up and save $, then creating your account is the 1st step!

How to ship boat parts to Canada

Boating can get expensive, really fast.  This is especially true in Canada, where parts and accessories for your boat can be hard to find, and when they are found the costs are through the roof.  The opposite is true in the United States, where there are plenty of places to get whatever you need for your boat at low affordable places.  However, a leader in this category is definitely iboats.com.

iboats.com can cover all your boating needs.  Their site is organized in such a way you find exactly what you are looking for quickly and you know that you are getting the right part.  For example, one great feature of their site is when ordering a part like a propeller, they have a very comprehensive “PropFinder” that is an excellent example of how their site is tailored to help you find exactly what you are looking for.  You just tell them your engine model, make, and year and they compile a complete list of props that will fit both your motor and your price range.  iboats.com has everything from boat covers, electrical systems, steering, and about everything else boat related, so they are your one stop shop for all things nautical and aquatic.

The only problem is, shipping boat parts to Canada from the US can destroy any potential savings with the huge costs of actually getting it over the border.  For example, if I wanted to order a prop to Canada, it costs $60 to get it delivered here, whereas in the states the shipping is $6.  That is a markup of 900%!  Luckily with Kinek you can ship your iboats.com order to the border and have huge savings on shipping.  All you need to do is head over to www.kinek.com and sign up.  After you have chosen your border location you are ready to start ordering your next big boat upgrade!

So what are you waiting for? Start shipping all your boat parts to the border and save big. Tell your friends and you can all enjoy the savings!

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