Helpful reminders about shipping for Christmas - Tucson News Now

Helpful reminders about shipping for Christmas

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Christmas is almost here and if those gifts haven't been mailed yet, time is running out.  It is getting down to the wire, Christmas is around the corner and gifts need to be mailed in these next couple of days.

Everyone has seen the lines inside post offices around the country as people hurry to mail off their gifts. 

There are a few things that people can do at home that will save them time at the post office:

  • Wrap gifts in durable paper
  • Use a sturdy box and include cushioning.
  • Make sure to include a return address on the box
  • Do not include flammable liquids like alcohol and perfume.

There is more information like this on the Tucson News Now website. 

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