– if a website says duties are included in the prices, does that mean you don’t have to pay a customs fee when the item enters the country?

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This is in the context of the UK. Back home the customs threshold was way higher so I never had to think about it, but since moving to the UK I’m a bit confused about it. Say I order a £200 dress and it says duties included, does that mean I won’t have to pay the customs duty when it enters the country as it was included in the initial price?

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[R/AskUK](https://www.reddit.com/r/AskUK/) would be a good place to ask for real world experiences about this.

[This government page ](https://www.gov.uk/goods-sent-from-abroad/tax-and-duty) says that the threshold is £135 and above this price there would be duty to pay*

*Anecdotally, however, I’ve only bought cheap things but they’ve never had accurate customs declarations on them