11 Websites to Support Your International Shopping Habit

We’ve all had moments where we’re searching frantically through online listings to find the perfect late-night shopping item to buy.

Eventually, when your Google searches turn up dry, you might think that’s the end of the road. Well, you could always join the billions of people buying from international shopping sites online.

To help you do that, we’ve gone ahead and compiled a list of the 11 best international shopping destinations for your use.

Ready to start adding to your cart?

Top 11 Best International Shopping Websites

We’ve broken down each website into a short description of the site so you can quickly and easily find what you want to shop for.

The best part? You don’t need to have an address in the website’s country of origin, though that is another workaround (according to this website, you can even spoof an address for international goods).

1. Alibaba

Alibaba offers a portal to lots of different products, operating like a massive international e-commerce market. This makes it great for snagging deals from all kinds of places.

2. Asos

Based on the UK, Asos offers tons of trendy, modern clothing for nearly every style. They also provide free delivery worldwide, so you can get that new outfit wherever you are.

3. Amazon

It’d be hard to talk about a list without Amazon, but we’ve got to. The retailer has a corollary in nearly every country and offers to ship to most if not all locations.

4. AliExpress

AliExpress boasts tons and tons of great deals with a massive store that covers nearly every category of product. You can get a sweet new shirt in the same place as your next lawn mower.

5. DealExtreme

Originating in China, DealExtreme is great for deals on technology and modern gadgets, and they’ll ship anywhere in the world for free.

6. Strawberrynet

Looking for some healthy skin creams or facial care products? Strawberrynet will ship anywhere in the world (as long as you spend 30 dollars or more).

7. BetterWorldBooks

While Amazon once had the global book market cornered, there are other options like BetterWorldBooks, which stocks textbooks as well as new and used books.

8. Animi Causa

Looking for a unique wall decoration for your new apartment? Animi Causa has you covered (and with no minimum purchase needed for international shipping).

9. Art.com

Sometimes, the simplest names are the most descriptive. Art.com ships (you guessed it) art to most countries, though free shipping is limited to certain items like tapestries and frames.

10. eBay

Now you can hold (and hopefully win) an international auction! eBay’s shipping service allows you to ship nearly anywhere in the world.

11. The Hut

When looking into luxury home goods, look no further than The Hut, which offers a wide selection of high-quality home accessories, kitchen tools, and sporting goods.

Now What?

Now you’re equipped to go on the massive international shopping spree you’ve always dreamed of.

Want more? Check out some of our other wisdom, like always making sure to check customer reviews on these international sites, and contact us if you have questions or concerns.

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Melissa Thompson

Melissa is a mother of 2, lives in Utah, and writes for a multitude of sites. She is currently the EIC of HarcourtHealth.com and writes about health, wellness, and business topics.