Who ships to Hong Kong for FREE (or has low minimums).

The phrase ‘free shipping’ is like a siren song to many who shop on the Internet. Here’s a list of businesses that ship for free to Hong Kong.
Help us build this directory! If you know of other stores that ship to Hong Kong (ideally for free), email our team and we’ll add em. Please note that we do our best to keep this information accurate, if you see any errors, let us know. Happy shopping!

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General

  • fishpond.com (books, toys, clothes, music, jewelry, health) – Free shipping no minimums to Hong Kong.
  • shopinhk.com (books, clothing toys) – Free over $388 HKD
  • mordicus.hk (Wine, Food, Baby Stuff) – Free over $400 HKD

Food:

  • berrytime.com (health foods) – Free delivery, no minimums in Hong Kong
  • xytorok.com.hk (Eastern European Food) – Free delivery over $1,500 HKD (there’s a 50HKD surcharge)
  • letpacificfood.com/shop (Turkish Food & Fruits) – Free delivery over $500 HKD
  • fresh-zone.com (Fruits, Meats) – Free delivery over $300 HKD
  • iherb.com – Frequent $8 USD shipping promo to Hong Kong
  • BottlesXO (wine) delivers for free for any order to Hong Kong. Orders must be placed via their mobile app.

Clothing:

  • Jcrew (women, men, girls, boys clothing) – Free delivery, no minimum to Hong Kong
  • shopbop.com (women’s clothing) – Free delivery, no minimum to Hong Kong
  • eastdane.com (men’s clothing) – Free delivery, no minimum to Hong Kong
  • popmap.com (men’s, women’s clothing) – Free delivery, no minimum to Hong Kong
  • mimobrazil.com (women’s active wear) – Free shipping no minimum to Hong Kong
  • mayarya.com/en/ (maternity) – Free shipping, no minimum in Hong Kong
  • net-a-porter.com (clothes, beauty, gifts) – Free shipping over $1,000 HKD
  • grana.com (clothes for men, women) – Free shipping over $300 HKD
  • Asos (clothing for men, women) – Free delivery over $300 HKD
  • hk.nextdirect.com (clothing for babies, kids, men, women) – free shipping over $250 HKD to Hong Kong
  • zalora.com.hk (women’s, men’s clothing) – Free delivery over $150 HKD

Babies and Kids:

  • babyj.com.hk (baby books) – Free shipping, no minimums to Hong Kong.
  • emeraldgreenbaby.com (European baby formula) – Free shipping, no minimums to Hong Kong.
  • brightbabybedding.com (baby bedding) – Free shipping, no minimums to Hong Kong.
  • babyonline.com.hk (carriers, strollers, toys etc) – Free shipping over $300HKD
  • dottybee.net (baby gifts) – Free delivery over $250 HKD
  • bebetigre.com (baby clothes) – Free shipping with $600HKD minimum in Hong Kong
  • ganaskids.com (kids clothes) Free shipping in HK for first time customers.  No minimum order.

Books:

Skin Care:

Gifts

  • thinqhongkong.com – Free shipping, no minimums to Hong Kong.
  • folklorehk.com (gifts and jewelry) – Free shipping no minimums to Hong Kong.
  • jingalinghk.com – (HK themed gifts) – Free shipping no minimum in Hong Kong.

Other:

  • 852eyes.com (contact lenses) Free shipping to Hong Kong
  • getupandaway.com (travel accessories i.e. passport holders) Free shipping to Hong Kong
  • hk.nextdirect.com (linens, curtains, towels) – Free shipping over $250 HKD to Hong Kong
  • ringsandtings.com (jewelry) Free delivery over $55 USD
  • peekconcepts.com (health, water, air testing products) – Free shipping to Hong Kong
  • meilipaperie.com (scrapbooking) – Free shipping over $250 HKD in Hong Kong
  • apple.com/hk – Free shipping!
  • ActivityBox (monthly subscription arts & craft box for kids age 1½ – 6) Delivered for FREE in Hong Kong
  • Down Duvets. Free shipping worldwide

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