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UPS Delivery Information - Shipping orders via UPS

UPS Delivery Area Map and Time for US Customers

UPS DELIVERY ZONES: UPS In-Transit Time Map 
Graphic courtesy of UPS website. Delivery time shown above is for in stock items and does NOT include 1-3 days warehouse or shipper processing time or 3-5 days transit time after the carrier picks it up. Custom made items can take up to 4 weeks to fabricate before shipping. Please allow extra time if ordering for Christmas as all of the products on this website ship from a location which is subject to weather delays in the winter.

In the United States, UPS is closed on the following holidays

New Year's Eve - December 31
New Year's Day - January 1
Memorial Day (Last Monday in May)
Independence Day - July 4
Labor Day (1st Monday in September)
Thanksgiving Day (4th Thursday in Nov.)
Day after Thanksgiving 
Christmas Day - December 25

The following holidays are recognized, but UPS is open
Martin Luther King Jr. - Jan. 15
Lincoln's Birthday - February 12
Valentine's Day - February 14
President's Day - February 19
Washington's Birthday - Feb. 22
Ash Wednesday - February 21
St. Patrick's Day - March 17
Passover - April 3
Good Friday - (before Easter)
Flag Day - June 14
Rosh Hashanah - Sept. 12
Yom Kippur - September 21
Columbus Day - October 11
Veteran's Day - November 11
Hanukkah - December 5
Christmas Eve - December 24


USPS Delivery Information- Shipping via USPS
USPS Delivery Area Map and Time for US Customers 

Postal Holidays 2018 


  • Monday, January 1 New Year’s Day
  • Monday, January 15 Martin Luther King Jr. birthday
  • Monday, February 19 Washington’s Birthday (observed)
  • Monday, May 28 Memorial Day
  • Wednesday, July 4 Independence Day
  • Monday, September 3 Labor Day
  • Monday, October 8 Columbus Day
  • Monday, November 12 Veterans Day (observed)
  • Thursday, November 22 Thanksgiving Day
  • Tuesday, December 25 Christmas Day

  • USPS Holiday schedule is generally the same as UPS. Most of our orders ship by USPS as it is less expensive, serves military and US destinations outside of the mainland and is generally faster to the West Coast. International orders will ship by USPS Priority Mail International. Go here for more information about international shipping.