Holiday Shipping

by Anne Brownshipping
Nov 01, 2018

If you need a package to get to someone in time for Christmas, check out the final shipping dates below. Make sure your drop ship order is placed at least 10 business days before the final ship date of the region your package is going to, so that there is a bit of wiggle room for its arrival.

If you are shipping to a remote area (e.g. northern Canada) please get in touch as early as possible and we can look at that destination specifically.

Our standard shipping to Canada is Canada Post Expedited. For the USA, we use USPS. If you would like a faster service contact us.

For international orders we use various services. For orders valued under 100$, tracking is not included. When you place international orders in your account, you can upgrade to include tracking during check out. If you have orders coming in via an integration and you would like to change the shipping method, you will have to contact us at [email protected] with your order number and request.

Canada Post (Canada only)
Regular/Expedited: December 11th is the last ship date (order before November 28th)
Xpresspost: December 17th is the last ship date (order before December 3rd)

PLEASE NOTE Due to the Canada Post strike, there is a backlog of mail to be delivered in many parts of Canada. If you are concerned about an order that is in production getting stuck en route once it's shipped, contact us at [email protected] with the order number and a request to upgrade.

USPS (USA only)
December 17th is the last ship date (order before December 3rd)

UPS (Canada only)
December 19th is the last ship date (1-2 day service, order before December 5th)
Please note UPS doesn't deliver to all remote locations.

DHL
USA: December 19th is the last ship date (order before December 5th)
International: December 10th (order before November 29th)

Standard International Service (outside Canada & the USA)
Tracked & untracked service: November 30th is the last ship date (order before November 16th)

Please note that shipping companies cannot necessarily guarantee the exact delivery date of your goods. We and our shipping partners will do our best to insure your holiday deadlines are met.

*we cannot deliver cats, no matter how awesome we think surprise mailbox cats are.