USPS, UPS, Fedex / Home Delivery Shipping Time
All orders have to be placed before 1pm PST in order to be shipped out the same day. All delivery times are estimates only. All days are business days.
If you choose expedited shipping by UPS,Fedex, UPS does not count a pickup day as a business day, delivery will be made on the 4th business day for Fedex,UPS 3 Day Service and on the 3rd business day for 2 Day Service.Fedex,UPS Next Day Service will be delivered the Next Business day excluding Saturday.
Express Mail is the fastest (and most expensive) service level available through the USPS. For destinations with only a PO Box or military address this is the only express level of service available. Because the Post Office delivers mail on Saturdays, there is no Saturday Delivery fee for using their express service. Express service will generally guarantee a package to be there the next day, though 2nd day delivery may be the fastest option for more rural areas and next day service may require that the package be delivered to the post office by 10:30 am. You can use the Commitment Guide on the USPS website to check the transit time and drop off time (based on zip code).
Delivery is made in an average of 2 to 3 days depending on recipient location. This service will deliver to PO Boxes and military addresses. Unlike UPS and FedEx services Saturday and residential deliveries are no extra cost with this service. Maximum weight is 70 lbs, and maximum dimensions are 108 inches in length and girth combined. Priority mail does not provide tracking (additional services such as certified are available if needed).
This rate is intended for small and large packages, thick envelopes and tubes containing gifts and merchandise. Rates are based on weight, distance, and shape. A surcharge applies to certain items, including packages weighing over 35 lbs (25 lbs for books and printed matter) and certain shapes (e.g. tubes, rolls, and large packages).
May only be combined with domestic First Class or Priority Mail. Insurance coverage is not provided as part of the Certified service. When you use Certified Mail, you can receive a receipt stamped with the date of mailing and tracking number. To receive this official record of the Post Office's acceptance of your mailpiece, you must leave the detachable receipt ATTACHED. An official postmark is required should you need to make a claim regarding your Certified piece. A unique article number allows you to verify delivery online here. Recipient's signature is obtained at the time of delivery and a record is maintained by the Post Office. For an additional fee, you can request a copy of the signature record before or after delivery with return receipt.
Shaded areas are required information. Place slip immediately to the right of the return address along the top edge of the envelope (this leaves enough room for postage - we require a 1" x 3" space in the top right corner) or on the back of a #10 envelope.
Any mailable item may be sent as First-Class Mail. This includes postcards, letters, large envelopes, and small packages. Maximum weight is 13 ounces - pieces over 13 ounces will be sent as Priority Mail.
Provides the date and time of delivery or attempted delivery. If delivery is to a business address a signiture will not be filed by the recipient. NOT AVAILABLE FOR FIRST CLASS; (Certified is recommended with first class as sending the item delivery confirmation will require priority service and will cost more than a first class item with certification). Available with Priority Mail, Standard Post, and Media Mail. Not available for APO/FPO destinations (military addressed) and U.S. territories and possessions. Information can be verified online here.