Save money by sending holiday gifts early - Tucson News Now

Save money by sending holiday gifts early

Amazon recommends sending gifts by Dec. 19. (Source: Tucson News Now) Amazon recommends sending gifts by Dec. 19. (Source: Tucson News Now)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

December has arrived and that means Christmas is right around the corner.

For those who plan on shipping presents to friends and family, time is running out.

To save some cash this year, make sure to send presents on time.

DEADLINES

US Postal Service:

  • Dec. 15 – USPS Retail Ground
  • Dec. 20 – First Class Mail
  • Dec. 21 – Priority Mail
  • Dec. 23 – Priority Mail Express Service

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UPS:

  • Dec. 19 – UPS 3 Day Select
  • Dec. 21 – UPS 2nd Day Air Packages
  • Dec. 22 – UPS Next Day Air Packages

More information: http://tucsonne.ws/2gphrKc

FedEX:

  • Dec. 12: Last day to ship via FedEx SmartPost
  • Dec. 16: Last day to ship via FedEx Home Delivery and FedEx Ground
  • Dec. 20: Last day to ship via FedEx Express Saver
  • Dec. 21: Last day to ship via FedEx 2Day and FedEx 2Day A.M.
  • Dec. 22: Last day to ship via FedEx Standard Overnight, FedEx Priority Overnight, and FedEx First Overnight
  • Dec. 23: Last day to ship via FedEx SameDay City (standard)
  • Dec. 25: Last day to ship via FedEx SameDay City (Priority) and FedEx SameDay

More information: http://tucsonne.ws/2fOY7Cl
 
For those planning on shopping online this holiday season, check with the company.

Amazon recommends ordering gifts by Dec. 19 to make sure they get to destinations in time.

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