Flat rates vs. live rates
Flat rates are the default pricing for shipping. The type of shipping method used depends on the availability and price offered by the carrier. Live rates, however, are calculated based on the exact weight and destination of the order. They're also the only shipping method that offers express options, like FedEx Standard Overnight or FedEx international rates. Live rates are often cheaper than the flat rates, especially for international orders.
Some products might be shipped separately
Each item we ship may have different delivery times, this is because some products are packaged and shipped separately.
For example, we send our posters in super-durable tubes. Obviously, a canvas won't fit in there.
Shipping prices are cumulative. When you're calculating shipping prices on your end, make sure to add up the different shipping prices for all of the products you're sending.
For example, you can order a t-shirt with a flat-rate shipping price of $5.00. Each additional t-shirt adds $0.75 for shipping. If you add a tote to the order, then it will also cost simply an additional $0.75. However if you choose another product, like a mug (that requires different packaging), then you'll have to allot for the full shipping price. In this case, it would be an additional $6.95.
If my customers chose the Expedited FedEx shipping rate in checkout, do you also ship that order faster?
Yes, we do! Expedited FedEx orders are automatically bumped to the front of our fulfillment queue to assure best possible fulfillment time.
FedEx also offers Basic shipping rates such as FedEx Ground (3-5 business days after fulfillment) and FedEx SmartPost (3-8 business days after fulfillment). Orders with these shipping rates will be fulfilled in standard time.
FedEx doesn't ship to PO Boxes.
Custom Fees Notice
Shipments outside of the USA may incur customs fees, depending on destination country. The fee may vary depending on your order value, country limits, and other factors. You are responsible for these fees.