Why buy at all in Germany?
From a Christmas trip to Germany choreographer, Valeria Chertok bought a dress from the latest Prada collection. She paid 820€. «In Tel Aviv, you would have paid multiplied by two, — Lera estimates — and so I paid for a business class ticket to the Swiss Alps instead». In recent years, she bought clothes, bags, and sportswear only in Germany via #4B2.
Imported goods sold in Israel always bought abroad. It is logical that shopping in Europe is directly profitable. After all, you do not pay for rent, advertising, salaries to sellers and taxes included in the prices from local stores in Israel.
For Levi’s 711 in Israel, the buyer will pay three times as much, and for Zara — it’s twice more expensive than you pay in a German store. Brands like Converse, C&A, Lindex, DollsKill, Cheap Monday, & Other Stories, BikBok, J.Lindeberg, Gina Tricot or shops like Lidl, Ernstings Family, Breuninger, Zalando, Navabi, SportsDirect, myToys, Bike24, Fanatec or Thomann are not officially represented in Israel at all.