WE OFFER THE FASTEST SHIPPING!
- Most orders arrive within 1.7 business days; however, transit times are general guidelines. There may be some exceptions due to the weather, customer location, major holidays, Covid-19, etc.
- We use UPS, UPS SurePost, and the US Postal Service to ship our products.
- If your order weighs 15 oz. or less, it will ship USPS First Class Mail.
- If your order weighs between 2-4 lbs, it may ship via USPS Priority Mail or UPS SurePost.
- If your order weighs 4lb or more, it will ship UPS Ground,
*UPS does not deliver on Sundays, and USPS does not deliver packages in all areas on Sundays
- We ship within the continental USA and require a physical/street address.
- We don't deliver to PO Boxes.
- All orders over $40 SHIP FREE.
- Orders under $40 ship at a $4.99 flat rate—a great deal!
- Most orders ship from our warehouses on the same business day (our warehouses are closed on the weekends).
- If your order is received before 4 pm Eastern Time (KY warehouse) or 4 pm Pacific Time (WA warehouse), it will most likely be handed off to UPS and shipped out that same day.
- If your order is received after 4 pm Eastern Time (KY warehouse) or 4 pm Pacific Time (WA warehouse), it will most likely go out the following business day.
- New Arizona Warehouse - If your order is received after 3pm MDT/MST it will most likely go out the following business day.
- USPS orders are typically picked up once a day by 10-11 am Eastern and Pacific time.
- Orders placed on Fridays after 4 pm or over the weekend will not be processed or shipped until Monday (unless Monday is a holiday, then it will be the following business day).
- We ship from three different warehouses, Arizona, Kentucky, and Washington State, to provide you with the fastest service and the freshest products.
- *On occasion, we may have to ship part of your order from a sister warehouse depending on inventory.
- USPS-Please note effective 10/1/2021
The Postal Service will “implement new service standards for First Class Mail and Periodicals.”
The changes mean an increased time-in-transit for mail traveling long distances, such as from New York to California.