Delivery restrictions may apply due to the nature of some products. When you shop at Amazon, product detail page messaging will let you know whether an item can be delivered to you. To determine your location we'll use your 1-Click delivery address when you're signed in to your account; otherwise, we'll use your IP address.
With the exception of Heavy and Bulky items, Amazon.co.uk Marketplace Sellers are required to offer Standard Delivery to all addresses in the UK for the same delivery fee. For all items sold on the Amazon.co.uk Marketplace, Sellers may not charge extra postage, fees, or any other payments that will increase the total price of an item displayed at checkout, after the order is placed. If you are asked by a Seller to pay additional fees, please contact us.
Please note that where the product detail page states that the item is "fulfilled by Amazon", restrictions may apply to its delivery to addresses outside mainland UK. More information about these restrictions can be found here.
Amazon.co.uk Marketplace Sellers can select which countries they want to deliver to. If product detail page messaging advises that the Seller doesn't dispatch to your address, or if you see a similar message during checkout, it's likely your Seller has specified UK delivery only. If the item isn't available for delivery to your location you might want to check if other Sellers are offering the same item and can deliver to your address. You could also contact the Seller to let them know that you're interested in purchasing the item. The Seller may then choose to make it available for delivery to your location.