I gave away the Groupon to the first person to request it.
Thank you very much to those who provided advice about mailing to
Canada. I think I have a good idea now on how to proceed. However, if
anyone has horror stories about mailing their personal belongings to
Canada by USPS, please let me know so I can try to avoid the same
On Tue, Sep 6, 2011 at 6:49 PM, Caroline Li <[address removed]> wrote:
> I'm giving away another Groupon for free - this one is good for $20 at
> Cucina Di Pesce (87 E 4th St.). It expires next Wednesday (Sept.
> 14th). A reservation at the restaurant is required. Tax and tip are
> not included. I live in the D.C. area and don't have time to go to NYC
> to use this Groupon. I've certainly learned my lesson about buying
> out-of-town Groupons! But if I can make a fellow Canadian's day, then
> it won't have been a waste. Let me know if you'd like the Groupon and
> I'll email you the code.
> By the way, have any of you mailed your personal belongings from the
> U.S. to Canada using USPS? How did you fill out the customs/duty form?
> I'm moving back to Canada soon, maybe temporarily or permanently, and
> need to mail stuff that I can't fit into my luggage. I've owned some
> of this stuff for years and it seems silly to declare it, especially
> if I originally brought it with me from Canada when I moved to the
> U.S. My internet searches on this topic didn't yield any clear answers
> so far. Any advice would be appreciated.