VAT deduction for EU businesses

If you have a registered business within the EU, you can enter your VAT-ID at the end of the ordering process (change Private to Business on the payment page) and the VAT will not be added to your order.

Remember to use your international VAT number; the domestic VAT number will not work.

Our payment form only recognizes official VAT IDs connected to the European VAT system.

If you are having trouble entering your VAT number, please make sure to leave out the first country initials, unless you are Austrian or French. Enter the VAT number like this:
[2 to 12 digits][B][2 digits] with no slashes or punctuation.
For example: BE1234567891 should become 1234567891.

Your billing address is leading in determining requests for the VAT numbers.

Keep in mind, the German VAT number goes without the B, the DE and last two digits, so should look like this example: 30406423.

If you are a Dutch business, don't enter your VAT number while ordering.

 

If you forgot/failed to enter your correct international VAT number, there are three options to proceed:

  • If your order hasn't been paid yet, cancel your order, place a new one and enter the correct VAT number;
  • If your order has been paid but not shipped yet, please contact our support team. We can cancel and refund the existing order so you can place a new one with the correct VAT;
  • If your order has been shipped, you might be able to claim back the VAT locally with the VAT office of your country, if your country is one of the following: UK, Germany, Austria, Denmark, Sweden, Belgium, Spain, Italy, France and Finland.
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