We calculate delivery estimates by adding the transit time to the estimated shipping date.
Transit time is based on your chosen shipping speed. We calculate transit time using business days. Saturday and Sunday don't usually count toward the transit time. An exception to this is when a weekend delivery option is available during checkout. We also take holidays into account when calculating the transit time.
For some delivery dates, we may provide an "order within" countdown timer. This shows the window of time in which you must place the order to receive your delivery by the date shown. The date is subject to change before you place your order. Your order confirmation email will include your confirmed delivery date.
After an order ships, you can track it in Your Orders.
If the item you order is out of stock or unavailable to ship immediately, you may not receive the item in two business days. Selecting One-Day or Two-Day shipping reduces the transit time to one or two business days after we've shipped your order, but won't impact the time it takes to obtain the item or prepare it for shipment. The shipping method time starts when the item ships. For example, it takes up to two business days after an item ships to reach you with Two-Day Shipping.
Your order will arrive within five to eight days. We process and ship your order in the most cost-efficient way possible so we can offer free shipping. If you notice that your items haven't shipped yet, don't worry. We may take a little longer than you expect to ship out your order, but we'll ship in time for the expected delivery date.
Delivery dates may vary for orders placed with Marketplace sellers. For more information, contact the seller directly. If your order is eligible for Amazon Prime, Amazon Customer Service handles any questions about shipping and delivery after you place an order. For more information, go to Seller Shipping Rates.
Orders shipped abroad may be delayed due to customs controls.
Note: Unexpected service delays (e.g., weather conditions, natural disasters, or unforeseen events) add at least two to three business days to your estimated delivery date. Choosing a higher quantity for an item may make it ineligible for immediate shipping when the item is unavailable locally or at the same location. In this case, the One-Day Delivery option may not appear.
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