The quick answer to this question is it depends.
You’ll find that not every product sold by Weverse can be shipped abroad to Lithuania.
While it is annoying that Weverse USA doesn’t ship directly to Lithuania, there is a solution. This solution allows you to order from Weverse and receive them in Lithuania, all for a low price.
How to Get Items from Weverse USA Delivered to Lithuania
In order to purchase items from Weverse and then have them shipped internationally, you’ll have to have a US physical address. Weverse will ship your order to this US location.
What if you don’t live in the US? How can you get ahold of a physical US address to use?
Did you know that there are lots of US-based companies that will provide you with a physical US address and help you with shipping internationally? These companies are known as Freight Forwarders.
Once you join a Freight Forwarding service, they’ll send you a US address that can be used during the checkout process with any US-based retailer.
MyUS.com is our favorite Freight Forwarder as they ship to all cities in Lithuania, like:
Utenos apskritis, Vilnius County, Telšių apskritis, Tauragės apskritis, Klaipėdos apskritis, Šiaulių apskritis, Panevėžys, Marijampolės apskritis, Kauno apskritis, Alytaus apskritis.
Why is MyUS.com such a great Freight Forwarder? Well, for starters, you won’t be charged any extra for taxes. Their service is exceptionally reliable, and they offer some of the lowest shipping rates out there.
In the years we’ve worked with them, they’ve never let us down (and we’ve shipped plenty with them).
You can now get your packages shipped from Weverse or any other US-based retailer to the address given to you by MyUS.com.
MyUS will accept the order on your behalf. Once you’re ready for it to be shipped to Lithuania, they’ll send it out.
As a bonus, if you order multiple items online, MyUS will combine them into one large shipment before sending it to you.
Freight Forwarding services allow you to buy things from the USA, despite living in another part of the world!