Shipping and Handling
Shipping and handling costs
Shipping and handling fees on international orders
are calculated by weight and destination.
Eco Post is only available in certain countries but allows tracking (the Eco Post option will only appear for the participating countries).
Two-three days after you receive a shipment e-mail from us with a trackig number, you can start tracking your order on IPC track&trace webpage (except registered airmail to the United States.)
Shipping via registered airmail and Eco Post takes 3-4 weeks to arrive. Shipping via EMS will arrive within 10 business days (from the day you get a shipment e-mail from Magnes press)
Magnes Press cannot control the handling and shipping times of the Israel Postal Service or the Israel Tax Authority but will check and deal with any problems/delays if necessary.
Delays can be expected during Jewish and national holidays, Fridays and Saturdays, 7-17th of June (Hebrew book festival – Shvua Ha-Sefer) and 15-31st of August when the Hebrew University is on summer break.
Once you complete your order and continue to payment you will be asked to sign in (returning customers) or register (new customers). After you sign in or register the system calculates shipping costs based on package weight and your address and adds the applicable charge to your order total.
If you ship to an address in Israel the total is only calculated by weight. The prices within Israel are as follows: 17 NIS (up to 500g),22 NIS (up to a 1000g) and 24 NIS (up to 2000g). All orders over 2 kg cost 45 NIS. Orders within Israel are limited to the Hebrew Magnes press website.
We do not ship via sea-surface as packages tend to disappear!
In the UK the delivery is operated by Parcelforce Worldwide
Self-pickup in Israel
It is possible to skip shipping fees if you have someone to pick up your order in our store in Jerusalem.
For this you will have to place your order on our Hebrew website - www.magnespress.co.il
Magnes Press store address: Sherman Research Administration Building at the Edmond J. Safra Campus at Givat Ram, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, entrance level behind the Academon store.
Operation hours: Sun-Thurs 8:30-16:00
Contact number: 02-6586659
In case something goes wrong
If you did not receive an order confirmation email or a shipment status e-mail please send an inquiry e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please state full order details so we can troubleshoot the problem.
If you did not receive your order 4 weeks subsequent to our notification that the order was handed to IPC you can check the delivery status at your local postal service website using the package tracking number (except registered airmail to the United States.)
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