FedEx and UPS have announced their annual holiday shipping deadlines. Tuesday December 15th will be the last day for Ground shipments to be received before Christmas Eve. Unfortunately, carriers have suspended all service guarantees months ago, so even published delivery dates can be missed. You can read more about FedEx and UPS Suspending Service Guarantees by clicking on this link.
So what will happen if a package is shipped after December 15th? All carriers were over capacity before Thanksgiving and it's gotten much worse. You can read about how Shipping Delays Will Get Much Worse As Holiday Shopping Quickly Approaches by clicking on this link.
Based on previous years, packages shipped before the deadline will be prioritized in order to make their published deadline. A package shipped after December 15th might not be put on a delivery truck that is already packed full of packages shipped before the deadline. There is no way to know where the delays are, because carriers don't publish this information unless it's related to weather impacting an area.
Order your printing supplies today for the best chance of delivery before December 24th. We recommend that customers check their supply closets sooner than later. Rest assured that we will ship out all in stock orders within 24 hours up to Wednesday December 23th.
We hope you have a safe and joyous holiday season!