Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Holiday Coupons and Shipping Deadlines for Christmas

In addition to providing valuable coupons for holiday savings, our friends over at Coupon Sherpa have published an indispensable list of shipping deadlines from your favorite retailers to ensure delivery by Christmas.

Some examples:

You can procrastinate until December 17th to order from Amazon.com, using standard shipping, and still get it there by Christmas.

In contrast, you must order by TOMORROW to get that gift from Heritage Makers to your recipient in time!

Check out the full list here

If I am using the Post Office to ship my gifts, when is the shipping deadline?
December 21st is the cut-off date for first-class and Priority Mail shipped domestically (within the U.S.).

If you need to know when to ship gifts overseas or to someone serving in the military the United States Post Office has their entire shipping deadline list posted here.

What if I am using FedEx?
Glad you asked! Here is their list for shipping (they even ship on Christmas day!)

What about shipping with UPS?
Just go to the UPS Delivers the Holidays for tips on packaging, shipping deadlines, etc.

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