Shipping information

Gewürz Mayer delivers to Germany, Austria and Luxembourg (Eurozone 1), Belgium , Denmark, Finland, France, Italy, Netherlands, Austria, Poland, Portugal, Sweden, Spain, Czech Republic and Hungary (Eurozone 2) and to Switzerland. Other countries on request.

We ship your goods with DHL GoGreen (climate-neutral shipping).

Shipping conditions at a glance:

You can find information about payment options here.

 GermanyEurozone 1 and 2Switzerland
Shipping costs: €3.50 €12.00 €14.00
Free shipping from: €35.00 100.00 euros 100.00 euros
Cod on delivery fee: €6.00 €6.00 €6.00
Delivery time*: approx. 1-3 business days approx. 3-5 business days approx. 5-7 business days
Valid tax rate*: Germany Germany Switzerland**
Additional costs: None None Import Duty**

All prices include VAT

* Please refer to the relevant product page for any exceptions. When using the Prepayment payment method, please note that the transfer of the purchase price by your bank can take up to three working days and, in the case of an international transfer, up to five working days. This period is not included in the delivery time.

With the cash on delivery payment method, there is an additional charge of 6.00 euros in addition to the shipping costs. cash on delivery fee. The entire invoice amount is to be paid directly to the parcel deliverer. Please keep it appropriate.

** Foreign deliveries:
Deliveries to Switzerland may incur additional duties and fees. Import duties and VAT are determined by the Swiss customs authorities and collected personally by Swiss Post. We ship goods to Switzerland without the statutory German VAT (exception: for the shipping costs and the cash on delivery fee, we calculate the German VAT rate of 19%, or the full gross price as listed in the table above. rt is). If you are logged into our customer area as a Swiss customer, you have the option of displaying the goods without the statutory German VAT. The Swiss VAT rate applies to you (the reduced rate of 2.4% for most of our products), which is determined by the Swiss customs authorities. The assessment basis for determining the customs duties is the gross weight of the shipment, i.e. the cumulative net weight of the goods plus the weight of all packaging (product packaging, shipping carton, adhesive tape, etc.). The tare is added to the net weight of the goods by the customs authorities and then declared.