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Buying white goods and electric products outside Norway

There is no customs duty on white goods and electric products, but there is value added tax. You must declare the goods on the border if you buy goods with a value over the value limit.

Note: An update of this article is pending. Please note that some terms and/or references may differ from the Movement of Goods Act and the Customs Duty Act that enters into force from the 1st of January 2023.

If you buy goods with a total value of less than the value limit, you are not liable to pay value added tax or other taxes. If you have purchased goods with a total value in excess of the value limit you must pay 25 per cent value added tax on the purchase price and shipping costs.