Shipping Info

DOMESTIC SHIPPING

Free Standard United States Shipping on all orders.

Standard Shipping 4-7 Business Days Delivery - Cost varies based on location

Priority Shipping 1-3 Business Days Delivery - Cost varies based on location

Express Shipping 1-2 Business Days Delivery - Cost varies based on location

*Domestic U.S. Shipping does not include Alaska, Hawaii, or any other territories under the control of the United States. The Contiguous United States.

INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING

Free Standard International Shipping for orders $200+

We ship with USPS and UPS.

All orders are shipped directly from the United States, as such orders may be subject to customs, duties, fees, and taxes based on your locality.

International shipping takes 7–21 days to arrive, although USPS does not guarantee delivery dates or times. Mail may travel to its destination by ground, air, or a combination of both.

 

The purchaser is responsible for all import duties, customs, and local taxes as designated by their country and region.

The grand total of the order as displayed at checkout does not include any additional duties required. It is the carrier’s responsibility to inform you of any additional duties if they be required.

UK Shipping – The purchaser may be required to pay VAT, Customs Duty, or Excise Duty on goods sent from outside the European Union (EU) before they may be collected. On average, UK deliveries may expect an additional charge of 12% on the value of the order.

Learn more: https://www.gov.uk/goods-sent-from-abroad

Canada - The threshold for bringing goods into Canada from the UK is $20

CAD - Any orders with a value above this amount will be charged import fees of approximately 5%-13%.

Learn more: https://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/import/postal-postale/dtytx-drttx-eng.html

Refusing to Pay Customs

If you choose to refuse the customs fee and the parcel is returned back to the U.S., a shipping & handling fee may be deducted from your refund.

If you're still unsure of whether you'll be subject to customs fees, we'd recommend contacting your local customs office for more information before placing your order.