2020 Holiday shipping deadlines
This is the earliest I've ever posted shipping deadlines, and I know nobody wants to be thinking about Hanukkah/Christmas/etc yet, but given the unprecedented USPS delays I've been experiencing and my extremely unpredictable health, here we go:
If you live outside the US and/or are having things sent to an address that is outside the US:
- You probably should have done this already. I wish I was joking. Canada, you've probably still got time. Everywhere else? I have no clue. It might be fine, or it might not show up until January.
If you live in the US and/or are having things sent to an address that is in the US:
If you would like your shinies to arrive before the first night of Hannukah (December 10), the order must be placed no later than Friday November 27. Earlier would be better.
if you would like your shinies to arrive before the last night of Hanukkah (December 18) you've got a little bit of wiggle room, but I would still highly recommend going with the previous deadline.
If you would like your shinies to arrive before Solstice/the first night of Yule (December 21) or Christmas Eve (December 24) the order must be placed no later than Friday, December 11th. Again, earlier would be better.
- If you somehow manage to forget about the existence of Christmas until December 19th, as someone inevitably does every single year (how? how is that possible? do you live under a rock??) your options will be a gift certificate or a larger gift certificate. I will NOT be offering overnight shipping this year.
If you're planning to order a bunch of necklines or intent pendants or open edition earrings or $5 surprise earrings/pendants (in other words, stuff that I need to make) it would be a really good idea to not wait until the deadline; I'll do my best, but covid left me with lung issues that can take me out for days at a time with zero warning.
Also, please remember that I do not do Black Friday/Cyber Monday sales. My normal prices are already pretty low, and if you're on a really tight budget or just enjoy bargains (who doesn't?) I do a big anniversary sale the first week of November.