YesAsia ships orders in different courier companies such as DHL, FedEx, Toll Global Express, TNT, Hong Kong Postal Service, UPS, USPS, Sagawa, et cetera. The courier company will vary depending on the destination country. Express shipping comes with a tracking number unlike Standard, but you might still get one if YesAsia considers upgrading it to “Express” for free, or if the assigned courier company provides a tracking code, for example, Toll Global Express. Feel free to read my review if you’d like to know more about their delivery service.
As you can see, there is a Split Shipment option below the shipping methods. Select that option if you would like to receive in-stock items on your order as soon as possible. The rest (items for preorder or waiting for stock) will be shipped as soon as they arrived.
Split shipment costs an extra fee which is added on top of the order total (items plus shipping fee). Take note, it’s optional, and it’s only available for credit card payments. If you are willing to wait, then keep the box unchecked.
Click Continue to move to Gift Options after filling out the shipping form, and selecting a shipping method.
YesAsia Gift Options
Gift Options, like what I’ve mentioned in the Shopping Cart section, are both free and a paid service. Choose the first option if you want to add a card to your order, and ship it to a friend, sibling, special someone, etc. as a gift. It costs $2.99 as what you can see in the screenshot below. When you select it, you will be provided with options like fonts, font colors, pre-customized messages, and many more.
The second option, FREE message, lets you add a message on the shipping list which looks like a receipt in a long paper. Go here to see what it looks like.
Select the third option instead if you don’t need any of the two, then click Continue.
Next to Gift Options is Payment. There are three payment options in the global site which are credit card, PayPal, and check or money order. In North America site, there are only two payment options which are credit card and PayPal (Bill Me Later is supported).
In this section, you must choose your preferred payment method. If you chose PayPal, you will be redirected to PayPal Checkout page where you can either log in to your account, or enter the payment details such as debit or credit card manually. If credit card, you must enter your card details on the same page then click Continue afterwards. Take note, YesAsia will not take out the payment from your card unless the order is already shipped out. That’s their policy.
YesAsia accepts cards with MasterCard, VISA, American Express, or JCB logo. 3D Secure is not required. All orders are charged in US Dollars.
To save a few bucks on your order, you may enter a coupon code in the box provided like in the screenshot below. You can get free discount coupon codes from RetailMeNot, Coupons.com, etc. You can search for some as well on your favorite search engine.
The last step in the Checkout process is order confirmation. In this section, you will finalize your order, and agree to the terms of service by clicking on the Place Order button. There is a comment box provided where you can leave a note or request to YesAsia regarding your order. Sometimes, they reply to it so make sure to check your email from time to time.
After clicking on the Place Order button, and if there is no problem with the payment, you will be provided with an order number confirming receipt of your order. You may check its status by logging in to your account page. Different statuses are listed on My Account page for reference such as credit card verification, PayPal verification, waiting for stock, cancelled, ready and in-stock, etc. You may contact YesAsia as well to confirm the status of your order, or if you need help anytime.
Now, wait for your order to arrive. YesAsia will send an email confirmation once your order is shipped out.
“YESASIA: Online Shopping for Japanese, Korean, and Chinese Movies, TV Dramas, Music, Games, Books, Comics, Toys, Electronics, and more! – Free Shipping” YesAsia. Retrieved on May 19, 2014 from yesasia.com/global/en/home.html