Exxxtremely Important Holiday Shipping Deadlines!
Some people start their holiday shopping in September, when Target pushes aside the clearance flip-flops and the leftover Jonas Brothers Trapper Keepers to make room for an unholy amount of tinsel and cheer. Turn left at the Halloween candy and you are smack dab in the middle of a Winter Wonderland – even thought there’s a good chance that you’re wearing a sundress at the time. Other people wait until the paycheck before Christmas/Chanukah/Kwaanza/Festivus/Yule and hit the mall at a breakneck speed, scooping up whatever they can get their hands on until they come to in the parking lot with an armful of Family Guy calendars and Hickory Farms gift baskets.
Not YOU though! You are thoughtful. You are reasonable. You plan ahead AND you have remarkable taste. That’s why you’re doing your holiday shopping at TopatoCo. You’re going to pay attention to the shipping deadlines and you are going to get your gifts in plenty of time to slap some dollar store wrapping paper on them and tuck them under the tree/menorah/kinte cloth/aluminum pole/log.
If you order by the following deadlines, your package should have plenty of time to get where it is intended to go. Please keep in mind that we here at TopatoCo do a lot of things, but actually deliver your package is not one of those things. Once the package leaves our warehouse, it is up to the postal service to get it to you. Also, if you live outside of the US there will most likely be customs fees. Those are on you, dude.
USPS INTERNATIONAL FIRST CLASS = November 22 (Not Guaranteed. It SHOULD get there but there’s a 10% chance it will arrive after Dec 25. USPS International First Class is HELLA flaky). DEADLINE HAS PASSED
USPS INTERNATIONAL PRIORITY = December 8
USPS INTERNATIONAL EXPRESS and
DOMESTIC FIRST CLASS AND PRIORITY = December 15
USPS DOMESTIC EXPRESS = December 21
Shipping times for UPS vary, depending on where you are located, but are guaranteed. For information please visit the UPS web site to calculate shipping times and plan accordingly.
Now let’s get to consumerin’! The more discerning people on your shopping list literally don’t want anything from any other merchant. Don’t ruin Christmas. Again.