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How to Shop2018-10-31T11:24:12+00:00

Welcome to our bookstore

To help you navigate our (mainly Icelandic webshop) we have made a step-by-step guide for you. And yes, we do ship worldwide. We ship everything in priority mail with tracking!

1. Find the book you want to order.

2. Press the button Setja í körfu, to place it in your cart. Click on Skoða körfu to view your cart or Klára pöntun to finish your order.

3. Fill in your name, address, zip code, city, country, email and phone number in the required fields marked with an asterisk. In the field marked Kennitala it is enough to put in your date of birth (DDMMYY), if you don’t have an Icelandic social security number (kennitala).

4. If you want to estimate your shipping cost use the calculator to the left „Reikna sendingarkostnað„. Type in your country (the names of countries are in Icelandic) and press Reikna.

5. If you have a discount code, then type it in the field marked Afsláttarkóði and press the button next to it.

6. Choose your shipping preference. Standard mail (Póstsending) if you want it delivered by mail, local pick-up (Sótt í verslun) if you want to pick up your books in our bookstore at Fiskislóð 39. Póstkrafa is only available in Iceland and if you want to pay on delivery with an additional cost of 500 ISK. Flýtiþjónusta refers to express delivery through the postal service and is only available in the greater metropolitan area of Reykjavík.

7. Choose your mode of payment. If you choose payment with Credit card or Debit card (Kort) you will be transferred to a secure site where you provide your card details. Bank transfer (Millifærsla) is only available if you have an Icelandic bank account, as is the option Netgíró.

8. Read and accept the terms and conditions.

8. Press Ganga frá pöntun to finish the order.

9. You will receive a confirmation email with the details of your order. Enjoy your books:)

If you have any problems just contact us at forlagid@forlagid.is or call us at +354 575 5600. Or visit our bookstore in Reykjavík!