Our shipping carriers have been raising their shipping rates over the past few years -- we've been negotiating to keep them down as well as absorbing these increases whenever possible. But, sadly, we've done all we can do and now it's time we raise our rates too. We've held the line on a few rates (Canada is still a flat rate of $30, eh?) and restructured the tiers on some others, but mostly our shipping rates are going up a few dollars.
We'll be increasing the shipping rates on Monday morning, June 25th, and we're letting you know tonight so that you can take advantage of the current rates over the weekend. We know many of you are in the process of deciding whether or not to order something, so we figured it'd be good to give you this heads-up.
Below are samples of our current rates and what they will increase to starting Monday.
Currently $8 will be $10. Still a flat rate!
UPS Three Day Select
Currently $17 and up, will be $20 and up.
UPS Second Day Air
Currently $20 and up, will be $22 and up.
UPS Next Day Air
Currently $35 and up, will be $40 and up.
UPS Second Day Air Alaska and Hawaii
Currently $38 and up, will be $42 and up.
UPS Next Day Air Alaska and Hawaii
Currently $55 and up, will be $60 and up.
UPS International Expedited/Express Saver
Flat Rate International Shipping: UK/EU/Japan/Singapore currently $40, will be $45; Australia currently $55, will be $65. Canada still $30!
U.S.P.S. Priority Mail to Alaska, Hawaii and outlying U.S. territories
Currently $4 and up will be $6 and up (mostly way up, sorry).
And now it's official: U.S.P.S. Priority Mail to APOs (AA, AE, AP) is free: thanks to all you folks for your service.