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Shipping Info

How much will shipping cost?

Shipping costs vary depending on what you are ordering and where the package is being shipped to.  You can view the shipping charges for your order in your shopping cart before you purchase and finalize your order. 

How long will it take to get to me?

How long until my order leaves your warehouse?  From the date you place an order, it typically takes us 3 to 6 days to pack and ship it from our warehouse in California.   Our business days are Monday through Friday.  You will receive an email with your shipment's tracking information once your package leaves our warehouse.

How long will my order be in transit? USPS and FedEx give estimates for transit time.  Most tracking information will include an expected delivery date, which is not a guaranteed delivery date – just an estimated delivery time. 

Domestic Shipping Services

Shipping Service

Estimated Transit Time

FedEx 3 day Express Saver

3 business days

FedEx 2 day

2 business days

USPS First Class Mail

2-3 business days

USPS Priority Mail

2-3 business days

 

International Shipping Services

Shipping Service

Estimated Transit Time – subject to customs delays.

FedEx Int’l Economy

4-6 business days

FedEx Int’l Priority

1-3 business days

USPS Int’l First Class Mail

7–21 business days

USPS Int’l Priority Mail

6-10 business days

Will I be charged extra duties or taxes?

Duties/taxes/VAT are taxes levied on imports by the customs authorities of your country to raise revenue.   It is not a shipping charge, but it is a tax on the items purchased. Whether your local government decides to charge you extra for duties, taxes or any other additional customs charges is entirely done at their discretion.  Some international customers report that they have been charged extra, and some report that they do not have to pay extra.  How much extra seems to depend on where you live and what/how much you order. We have no control over whether your local customs officials charge you extra, and as such we bear no responsibly for these charges – you, the recipient, will need to pay them. FedEx or your local Post Office may try to call you to collect duty/VAT over the phone before they deliver your package, or they may send you a bill for the duty/VAT after they deliver your package.