As Christmas is right around the corner, and we know many of you are still getting gifts, we thought we'd share some information on shipping and holiday delivery so you can know what kind of timetable you have before you need to start panicking.
Below is a map of our holiday standard shipping and an estimation of how many days it takes to get to your location:
Remember, you can't count the day the order processes for shipment. So if you live in Texas, and you place an order on Monday, the days for delivery start counting on Tuesday, and the package should be expected for delivery on Thursday.
FedEx and the USPS make every effort to get your package to you on time. They're working long days and running themselves ragged trying to deliver everyone's holiday gifts. However, with the upsurge in parcels as well as weather and other possible delays, sometimes packages don't make it in the expected amount of time. Because of this, ordering as soon as possible will drastically increase your probability of receiving a package before Christmas.
Don't forget that none of our shipping methods are guaranteed by shipping companies during the holiday shipping season.
Most importantly, have a fun and safe holiday season!