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    Amazon's zip/post code for Hong Kong?

    I'm trying to order something on Amazon for delivery to Hong Kong, but it is forcing me to enter a zip/postal code. Does anyone have a suggestion what to do here? Could I just enter 00000 or would that muck things up?

    (and yes, I could buy it here locally, but it's part of a set and the version of the book they sell here is different in size/shape than the one in the US and I'm trying to complete the set. It's also cheaper from Amazon + shipping than to buy it locally, go figure).

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    If you are mailing from China into Hong Kong you use 999077, but as your ordering from the USA, it really does not make any difference, as long as you make sure you DON'T add the word China to your address, make sure it ends with HONG KONG. (adding the word China to a Hong Kong address always seems to delay any mail or package arriving into to Hong Kong)

    I tend to just use 999999 or 000000 whenever a postcode is required.
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    I just put in XXXX

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    From Amazon UK I use "Hong Kong" or "HK" depending on how many characters the field requires.

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    i put "0000"

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    hi

    I put HKSAR


    Quote Originally Posted by penguinsix
    I'm trying to order something on Amazon for delivery to Hong Kong, but it is forcing me to enter a zip/postal code. Does anyone have a suggestion what to do here? Could I just enter 00000 or would that muck things up?

    (and yes, I could buy it here locally, but it's part of a set and the version of the book they sell here is different in size/shape than the one in the US and I'm trying to complete the set. It's also cheaper from Amazon + shipping than to buy it locally, go figure).

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    I use "none" unless it requires a Number in which case I put 99999
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    i usually put 00852 just like the idd code.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wtbhotia
    i usually put 00852 just like the idd code.
    Actually 00 is the IDD access code and differs from country to country or even between operators within one country.
    852 is the country code but since it doesn't have any relation with the postal system it's pretty much pointless to put it onto mail to HK.

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    I put in "none" for Amazon or any other online store. It's worked so far.

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