Shipping, Handling & Delivery Methods
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Orders over $25 Qualify for Free Shipping
Orders under $25.01 will be charged a flat $2.50 Shipping and Handling
Orders placed before 2:00 p.m. Arizona (MST) Time will be processed and shipped the same day (Monday - Friday). Orders placed on weekends will be processed on Monday, excluding Federal Holidays.
Office hours are Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. - 4 pm (MST). Once "Shipped" (dropped or received by the carrier) all orders are final and changes can only be made through RMA (Return Authorization)
Shipping Methods & Times: Orders placed after 2 p.m. MST will ship the following Business Day, excluding holidays.
No first class USPS Shipping after 10 AM Saturdays.
FedEx Pickup or drop-off: Monday- Friday before 2 PM
Basic shipping is through the USPS - First Class Mail Padded Flat Envelope
Free Shipping: 5-7 business days (available for orders over $25.00, shipping within the Continental US)
Expedited, Next Day, and Priority Mail Services with USPS and FedEx are available based on service providers current (daily) rates, paid by the customer, and are subject to the shippers rules regarding “business days”, drop off times and delivery times.
Explanation of Shipper Guidelines:
U.S.P.S Priority Mail: 1-3 business days (based on customer zone/ location)
U.S.P.S Priority Mail Express: 1-2 business days
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Want to find out what Zone your shipping address is in? Visit the USPS Domestic Zone Chart
FedEx Orders and Express orders cannot be shipped to P.O. Boxes.
FedEx Ground: 5-7 business days (not including day of shipment).
FedEx 2 day: 2 business days (not including day of shipment). 2 day orders shipped Thursday will arrive Monday
FedEx Overnight: Next business day (Overnight orders shipped Friday will arrive on Monday unless you call and specify Saturday Delivery which FedEx charges an additional $15 fee to do)
MT: Mountain Time
UTC -7:00 / -6:00
The time zones in the contiguous United States are often referred to by their generic name, without making a difference between standard time and DST designations. For example, Mountain Time (MT) refers to Mountain Standard Time (MST) or Mountain Daylight Time (MDT), depending on which is currently in use.
Note: Local time in these time zones changes when Daylight Saving Time begins and ends.
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