USA-Scandinavia.com now offer help to Scandinavians who want to do Christmas shopping in USA

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USA-Scandinavia.com already offering deals on Christmas items.

With the Christmas season soon upon us, online shopping service USA-Scandinavia.com is already seeing a rapid increase in orders.

“Since we’ve been in business 4 years now, each Christmas season gets busier and busier”, saysowner Bente Fajardo. “The majority of our orders come from repeat customers, so the order volume gets bigger each year. Lately we have sold more Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, and Nike clothing and shoes than ever before, so we’re looking forward to a great season.”

Acting as “personal shoppers” for Scandinavians, USA-Scandinavia.com receives “wishlists” from their clients overseas. Then they find the best deals in America, purchase the items, and send them back to their customers in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and Switzerland. The result is big savings for their clients, since the items are so much cheaper in America,not to talk about the selection. Demand for their service has been so great, they recently expanded to Japan.

“Last week, one of our clients bought 5 pairs of Levis Jeans, for $35 a pair. Since the same pair was going for $130 in Norway, our clients saved over $300 (after shipping and taxes).” added Fajardo. “They love using our service, because not only do they save money on the clothes, but they don’t have to drive around looking for the items. Gas in Scandinavia is very expensive, and usually costs about $8 dollars per gallon.”

With gas and heating prices so high, smart Scandinavian customers will do more Christmas shopping online from their living rooms this season. If you’d like a nice pair of pajamas from Victoria’s Secret for Mom, a new sweater from Ralph Lauren for Dad, or some cool skate clothes for the kids from Tilly's, visit USA-Scandinavia.com.

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