Send a package to Mexico by filling out the full Mexican address on the package and taking it to a parcel delivery service that offers international shipping, such as UPS, FedEx, NEX Worldwide Express or the USPS, as of 2015. The final cost of shipping depends on the destination location.Continue Reading
As many different parcel transit companies offer international shipping at different rates, it is helpful to use an online price calculation tool to find the best price to ship a package to Mexico. UPS.com contains a shipping estimation that asks the sender to enter the post code and city from which the package is to be sent and the same information for the package's destination, along with the package's departure date. The tool displays the rates using different shipping priorities, with longer transit times usually equaling lower costs. The USPS offers a similar tool, which also includes options for purchasing insurance on the package.
After determining the company with the most suitable price and shipping time for your needs, you may either purchase the shipping label online or take the package to a physical shipping location. If you purchase a shipping label to print at home, you can either take the package to a drop-off location or schedule an at-home pickup, when available.Learn more about Mail & Shipping