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Published: March 29 2012, 4:49:00 PMUpdated: November 28 2020, 10:24:58 PM

Question:  How to indicate the different shipping price for any African country, or New Zealand that are not listed in the ShippingLocationDetails in the GeteBayDetails API response?

Answer: You can specify an InternationalShippingServiceOption in the AddItem request and set the ShipToLocation to WorldWide inside the container as below:

 <InternationalShippingServiceOption>
        <ShippingService>USPSFirstClassMailInternational</ShippingService>
        <ShippingServiceCost currencyID="USD">11.89</ShippingServiceCost>
        <ShippingServicePriority>1</ShippingServicePriority>
        <ShipToLocation>CA</ShipToLocation>
      </InternationalShippingServiceOption>
      <InternationalShippingServiceOption>
        <ShippingService>USPSFirstClassMailInternational</ShippingService>
        <ShippingServiceCost currencyID="USD">17.26</ShippingServiceCost>
        <ShippingServicePriority>2</ShippingServicePriority>
        <ShipToLocation>Americas</ShipToLocation>
        <ShipToLocation>Europe</ShipToLocation>
        <ShipToLocation>GB</ShipToLocation>
        <ShipToLocation>DE</ShipToLocation>
        <ShipToLocation>Asia</ShipToLocation>
        <ShipToLocation>AU</ShipToLocation>
        <ShipToLocation>JP</ShipToLocation>
      </InternationalShippingServiceOption>
      <InternationalShippingServiceOption>
        <ShippingService>USPSExpressMailInternational</ShippingService>
        <ShippingServiceCost currencyID="USD">33.26</ShippingServiceCost>
        <ShippingServicePriority>3</ShippingServicePriority>
        <ShipToLocation>CA</ShipToLocation>
      </InternationalShippingServiceOption>
      <InternationalShippingServiceOption>
        <ShippingService>USPSExpressMailInternational</ShippingService>
        <ShippingServiceCost currencyID="USD">35.97</ShippingServiceCost>
        <ShippingServicePriority>4</ShippingServicePriority>
        <ShipToLocation>Americas</ShipToLocation>
        <ShipToLocation>Europe</ShipToLocation>
        <ShipToLocation>GB</ShipToLocation>
        <ShipToLocation>DE</ShipToLocation>
      </InternationalShippingServiceOption>
      <InternationalShippingServiceOption>
        <ShippingService>USPSExpressMailInternational</ShippingService>
        <ShippingServiceCost currencyID="USD">36.66</ShippingServiceCost>
        <ShippingServicePriority>5</ShippingServicePriority>
        <ShipToLocation>Worldwide</ShipToLocation>
      </InternationalShippingServiceOption>

 

Question:  Does  the shipping rate for the <ShipToLocation>WorldWide </ShipToLocation> overrides the other shipping rate specified for
for Europe, Asia, Americas, etc?

Answer: No, it will not. If a seller provided cost for a particular country or region, that price should always take priority. Worldwide is a fall back.


 

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