Because of ever-rising postage costs, and increased customs/duties, it has grown less economical for Projekt’s European fans to purchase from this America-based website. As of September 7 2018, we launched our collaboration with DeeJayDead in Germany. It’s the European Webstore for Projekt & Timeroom releases. DJD’s Owner Jan ships out packages every day to happy European customers.
Advantages over purchasing from our US webstore:
1 great shipping rates:
GERMAN customers: flat €2.99 shipping rate for all orders under €50, free for orders over €50.
EU customers: €4.99 up to 500g; €7.99 for up to 1000g (1 Kilo) * NOTE: Vinyl can only be sent as an expensive DHL package because of its size, with a weight of 1kg per piece and therefore costs at least 12.99 euros.
Full delivery information/rates at DeeJayDead website
2 faster delivery
Orders placed weekdays before 2pm ship the same day!
If you have any questions, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The European shop is not stocking our shirts or offering bundle prices. While their prices are somewhat higher than the US-webstore, the postage is so much lower that it works out to a better price overall.
click Projekt’s European website to visit.
Original Post from 8-30-2018
I’m very excited about this new development to help out our European fans.
For 35 years, Projekt has shipped orders to our customers in Europe (our orders are filled by Joe out of his shop in Philadelphia, PA.) There was a time when Projekt’s price + shipping was cheaper than what customers paid in their local record stores for our CDs + VAT (Value-Added Tax). Postage has gotten so expensive (approx: $14 for one CD, $24 for three CDs), that we sense it has dramatically decreased the number of sales we make in Europe. Recently, a couple of customers also had to pay customs at the post office in order to get their package, the cost almost equaled the price of the merchandise they ordered.
Looking for solutions, my good friend Sebastian at our European distributor (Audioglobe in Italy) hooked me up with one of his best customers, a webstore in Germany. We quickly worked out the details, and within two weeks we’ll launch Projekt’s European webstore with preOrders for the new Black Tape For A Blue Girl and LYCIA.
Our partner gets shipments twice a week from Sebastian, offers low shipping rates, and orders placed weekdays before 2pm ship the same day! We’ll work closely with them to once again make things easy for our continental customers.
The European Webstore will carry 283 of our titles: almost all Projekt CDs plus all CDs from Steve Roach’s Timeroom label. They will not stock shirts, some almost out of print titles, and won’t offer bundle pricing. However their website does stock 8000 items! It’ll be your one-stop shop to get our CDs/LPs and the goth/darkwave titles you are looking for. Plus a growing selection of electronic/ambient releases.
This is going to be great. Stay tuned for the announcement.