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    yellow_blue @yellow_blue

    Hello,
    This may be a administrative question but here goes.

    I want to order a paper pattern using a Indian credit card, (so have an international address for billing), but want it shipped within United States. When I try to do that the postage options I get are only for international orders. How do I circumvent that? Some help please! I want to make use of the current sale going on.
    Thanks,
    Asmita

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    Todd Gibson
    Keymaster
    @todd

    Asmita, you just need to enter the shipping address in the United States on the page where you enter your shipping and billing address.

    With the billing address of the card in India, the payment will process for you, and with the shipping address in the US you will get US shipping rates.

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    yellow_blue @yellow_blue

    Hi Todd,
    Thanks for the quick reply. I did that actually, where on the same page I entered shipping address on the right and billing on the left. In the next window where I choose shipping options I only get to choose out of the international options.
    Thanks
    Asmita

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    yellow_blue @yellow_blue

    Apologies. It is the other way around. Shipping on left and billing on right.

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    Todd Gibson
    Keymaster
    @todd

    Sorry for the delay in responding. I’ve just tested this out, and it worked find for me. If you put a shipping address on the left side of the page in the US and a billing address on the right side in another country, the shipping options presented on the following screen are the US shipping options. Perhaps you had the country drop down selection wrong on the left side? That’s what determine which shipping options are presented. Make sure you have United States selected there, and you will get domestic US shipping options and costs.

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