Goods Express connects Nigerians to top U.S/China stores like Amazon, Asos, Ebay, AliExpress and allows them shop and ship directly to Nigeria with payment easily made in Naira. simplifies shipping from U.S to Nigeria.

With, you need not struggle with App Installation and strenuous payment options before you get your favorite brands in Nigeria. Skip the worry of product authenticity as you shop around the world for top brands from trusted international stores like Amazon, Ebay, Asos, Macy’s, Walmart and other U.S stores all in one place.

 Here are the 3 reasons why GoodsExpress is as good as Amazon Nigeria

  1. No Need To Download An App – Shop Amazon, Ebay, Asos and Others easily
    GoodsExpress is one of the simplest and easiest online shopping sites that ship to Nigeria to use, all you need do is visit your U.S store of choice, search for the product you want, copy the link and paste it on the GoodsExpress search bar and voila your item is automatically added to your cart and you can make payment by funding your GoodsExpress wallet via a simple bank transfer.
  1. FREE and Fast Shipping To Nigeria on most products
    Ship to Nigeria from Amazon, Asos, Ebay, Walmart and others in 5-10 days. GoodsExpress offers flexible shipping windows which makes it feel as if Amazon is here in Nigeria.
  1. Easy payment
    Payment which used to be a problem due to fluctuating dollar rates, forex restrictions and limits for online transaction is no longer a problem as GoodsExpress makes it easy to pay with a simple bank transfer. The bank transfer funds your wallet automatically and you just checkout and wait to receive your items in Nigeria.

GoodsExpress allows customers to either pick-up their items at the Ikeja GRA experience centre or some customers prefer door to door delivery. GoodsExpress offers nationwide delivery to all the 36 states in Nigeria.

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