VAT charges

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In accordance with the local tax laws, Blurb is required to charge Value Added Tax (VAT) on all orders delivered to addresses in countries where VAT is applied.

The VAT rate is determined by legislation in the destination country. As a result, the VAT rate is subject to change as per the guidelines of each country's tax authority. The VAT rate is applied to the price of the books and any shipping and handling costs.

The pricing information displayed throughout the Blurb website and during checkout, will indicate whether VAT is included or not. 

Different VAT rates may also apply for print books versus digital books. Digital books may be charged VAT based on the billing address. Print books will be charged VAT based on the shipping address.

Some orders shipped to addresses outside of the U.S. may be subject to import duties and taxes, which are levied once the package reaches the destination country. For EU addresses, Layflat books may be subject to import duties. Learn more about potential duties, taxes, and import fees

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