The holiday season isn’t far away, and many shoppers are getting a head start to beat the rush. Between carrier delays and supply chain disruptions, packages are expected to take longer in transit this holiday season.
With that in mind, we’ve put together a list of shipping deadlines for our major postal carriers to help you plan your holiday shopping. We’re excited to get your order to you and recommend placing your order as early as possible if you would like it to arrive by a specific date.
USPS First Class: December 12th
USPS Priority: December 14th
USPS Express: December 19th
UPS Ground: December 12th
UPS 2nd Day Air: December 18th
APO, FPO, and DPO addresses / Guam and Puerto Rico
USPS Priority and First-Class Mail: December 9th
UPS 2nd Day Air (where available): December 16th
Region-specific delays and restrictions may cause the following time frames may vary.
Ascendia Fully Tracked: November 15th
USPS Priority International to Central America, South America and Africa: November 28th
USPS Express International Central America, South America and Africa: December 5th
USPS Priority International to Canada, Mexico, Europe, Middle East, Asia Pacific: December 5th
USPS Express International to Canada, Mexico, Europe, Middle East, Asia Pacific: December 12th
FedEx Express International: December 12th
UPS Worldwide Saver Express: December 14th
Please note that these dates do not include order processing time. Processing time is normally 3-4 days. Shipping times may vary, and some regions may experience weather-related delivery delays. No date listed here is a guarantee that your package will arrive by December 24th, 2022.
Be sure to check back soon for more info on our special offers this holiday season!