We ship to anywhere in the U.S., Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand. All items are available to ship the next business day. Packages in the U.S. are sent via U.S. Postal Service. Please make sure you can receive mail from the Post Office at the address you supply. We also offer Fedex Overnight shipping (1 day) to most areas of the US, and Fedex Priority International (1-3 day) shipping for most countries outside the US.
We are unable to grant requests to send our packages via UPS or FedEx Ground, even if you want to use your own account.
CALCULATE SHIPPING COSTS
SHIPPING AND HANDLING RATES - DOMESTIC
USA: Shipping is around $4.50 for the first item and varying amounts for additional items depending upon what your zip code is and the weight of your order. You can see those rates in the shopping cart.
SHIPPING AND HANDLING RATES - INTERNATIONAL
We ship to Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand. Prices vary depending upon what zone you are in according to the USPS Letter Post Zoning Chart. Calculations are made in the shopping cart when ordering based on total weight of order.
To calculate your total cost, you'll have to proceed through the shopping cart (to the page before you enter your credit card details). Choose the items you would like and enter your shipping info and you will see the total for shipping and the items combined before you are actually charged. Prices are in U.S. Dollars. Please consult your local bank if you need currency conversion details for countries other than the U.S.
Note: Certain countries charge additional fees, such as custom fees and independent carrier fees. Please contact your local customs office or branch office of the us postal service to find out what kind of fees you can expect based upon the type of merchandise you wish to order before placing your order.
We are required to put your full invoice amount on the "Customs Form" and on the packing slip within your package (so... if your order is $72, we put $72 on the form and in the box).
DESIGNATING YOUR PACKAGE AS A "GIFT"*
You may declare your package as a "gift" by clicking the "gift" check box before you order. If you check this box, the recipient (whomever the package is delivered to, even if it's just yourself) may be charged considerably less in taxes or may not be taxed at all.
However, you should check with your local customs office to find out what qualifies a package to be classified as a gift, and how it affects the charges you will incur locally such as taxes, duties, or other tariffs. Misuse of the "gift" designation may result in your package being delayed at customs, or even returned to us.
On all "gift" orders, we declare $3 per item (the designated cost to make a product). So, if you order 2 shirts, your order will be declared as a "gift" with a $6 value and NO TOTALS will be stated on your packing slip inside the box (they will instead be replaced with the word "gift").
*SPECIAL NOTE ABOUT "GIFTS" FOR UNITED KINGDOM, AND CANADIAN CUSTOMERS
There is no point in checking gift. If you do, there will not be prices on the invoice, but we are required to put the total invoice amount on the customs form, by your country's customs office and the $3 per item rule does not apply. These are your laws, so don't blame us! I would move.
We ship to all military addresses. Please make sure you address your mail properly so it will be routed through the military mail system. Military addresses must show the grade, full name with middle name or initial, and PSC number, unit number, or ship name. Replace the city name with "APO " or "FPO," and the state with "AA," "AE," or "AP," and use the military zip code. Regardless of the country you are stationed in, the country you should always select is United States. Entering a foreign country will only delay your package.
You can enter your grade, first name, and middle initial in the First Name field.
Organization name should be included if you have it; however, it is not always used for certain types of forces.
Unit number is a four digit number assigned to some units, but not all. Where assigned, it should always be used. Soldiers will have notified friends and family if they have one assigned.
Our system only accepts a five digit zip code. Do not enter the additional 4 digits.