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Confit de Canard Delivery

Delivery of your Confit de Canard

It was just too complicated and difficult with two or more delivery bands ~ so we decided to just have one delivery cost of £7.95 which is a bargain if you order more than one tin. And why would you only want one tin when you can keep it for a couple of years? (But how could you resist…)
Delivery will be added at the check out.

Standard confit de canard delivery is just £7.95

This covers orders up to 20kg ~ if you make a larger order, please email or telephone to get a price, though if you order that much we might just do it at the same cost and take the hit!

This is by courier.  Please expect delivery to take at least 5 working days. It may take longer…
Email us or phone us if you want it quicker.

If you anticiapate any delivery difficulties at your end then please add your phone number (mobile best if you’re out) to the details at the check out. Or leave instructions like “OK to leave in porch”.

Delivery to the HIGHLANDS & ISLANDS ~ We’re sorry to add another proviso… here to customers in the Scottish Highlands & Islands… Couriers don’t like you! The costs are so much more for delivery here and so if you order, we may have to come back to you subject to the best price we can get -and the size of your order etc – to ask for extra payment for delivery charges! We are sorry ~ but we can’t lose money on these orders because of silly dispatch costs… (We do know there are companies who do specialise but they are usually even more expensive.

PLEASE NOTE THAT WE ONLY DELIVER TO THE UK ~ if you live elsewhere please do not order here. Sorry, it’s just too expensive & risky sending these tins of duck further afield.


  1. Love A Duck says:

    For further comments and queries on delivery please also see those at the bottom of the “contact” page.

  2. Love A Duck says:

    Dear Australians…

    We love you, you’re a great bunch but can you please note that we do NOT deliver to Australia. We don’t deliver outside of the UK because [a] the cost of the post/courier is disproportionate to the cost of the products and [b] we don’t want to risk damaging the tins. It’s too far to rectify any problems.

    Sorry guys. I am surprised at how many of you ask!

  3. Maryann de wilde says:

    Hello would you please tell me how much it is to post to Australia?


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