Last-minute shoppers are running out of time to ship packages and still arrive in time for Christmas morning.
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David Coleman, U.S. Postal Service representative, gives WTOP the scoop.
if you\’re a last-minute shopper worrying about whopping
shipping fees — don\’t panic.
Whether you\’re sending gifts, holiday cards or both this season, if you want them to arrive before Santa shows up, be aware: The U.S. Postal Service, FedEx and UPS all have cutoff dates for getting your packages there on time.
It\’s getting down to the wire and many people have yet to ship
their gifts to loved ones. WTOP found the cheapest way to get packages to their
destination by Christmas Eve.
As a push to get consumers to buy, a lot of big retailers are
offering free shipping this coming Wednesday.
This holiday season, shoppers looking to avoid
busy stores and long checkout lines will trade
the traditional mall rush for their Web
browsers. WTOP has some tips on how to save
money with free shipping for online shoppers.