New Service Standards
Starting Oct. 1, the United States Postal Service (USPS) implemented new service standards for its and packages, lengthening delivery time for about 30% of its volume. That means some parcels traveling longer distances could take up to five days to arrive, instead of two or three days*.
Temporary Rate Adjustments for 2021 Peak Holiday Season
The cost to ship a parcel for the holidays temporarily goes up beginning Oct. 3*. The temporary rates would go into effect at 12:00 a.m., Central Time, on Oct. 3, 2021, and remain in place until 12:00 a.m., Central Time, Dec. 26, 2021.
Additional information on tracking your USPS package
- Once you receive your email that your package is on its way, please allow approximately 3 days for the status to be updated within USPS' system. Your status may say "pre-shipment" but the package has been sent to USPS.
- Packages are experiencing longer than usual transit times once in the postal system. Please note that we are unable to provide any additional information apart from the information provided by the Postal Service tracking page.
- To see the latest status of your delivery please track directly via the USPS Tracking page using the tracking number provided in your shipment confirmation email.
-We are unable to notify customers of changes in delivery dates as these estimates are provided by the shipping carriers. The tracking number and information provided by the carriers that you receive will advise as to any changes on their end.
-If the tracking status of your package has not been updated on USPS' site for about 5 Business Days you may initiate a package search directly with the USPS at the following link -
8360 West Oakland Park Blvd,
Sunrise, FL 33351
- If you receive an email that your order has been delivered but you have not received your package, please click on the tracking number in the email to track directly on USPS' website. Their site will give more information on the exact location of the delivery.
Please check your front porch, back door, garage area and mail area. The package may also have been left in a shared mailbox/reception area. Also ask your neighbors if they may have received it for you. If your package still hasn't turned up in 2 more days, please contact us.
USPS may have also attempted delivery but was unable to. The package may be available at your Post Office for collection.
For USPS deliveries, you may also enter your tracking number in the link below to track: