Worldwide shipping on Black Friday & Cyber Monday
As more and more consumers switch to online shopping, courier services are in high demand for the Black Friday 2020. At Eurosender, we make sure your parcels are safely handled by partnering only with reputable couriers. Check our guide to know the courier’s delivery schedule on Black Friday and how to avoid shipping delays. Get instant quotes for worldwide shipping of Black Friday or Cyber Monday offers.
Local and worldwide shipping solutions for Black Friday
Does UPS, FedEx, USPS, and DHL deliver on Black Friday?
Black Friday and the subsequent days are usually one of the busiest times of the year for courier companies. UPS, FedEx, USPS, DHL, and other couriers perform collections and deliveries on Black Friday, working around the clock on the following days to help businesses deal with the frenzy of online sales during this period. Most courier companies modify the conditions of their delivery services, offering more flexible delivery times, longer opening hours on parcel shops and early on-call pick-up solutions.
Do the post offices work on Black Friday?
The post offices are only closed on dates that are considered official holidays. Since Black Friday is not one of those, the post offices across the US, UK and worldwide are open for work on Black Friday. As a matter of fact, since it is the first day after the Thanksgiving holiday, the postal services work even harder to deliver all the accumulated mail and packages on Black Friday.
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Shipping delays on Black Friday & Cyber Monday sales – Why do they happen
The reason why Black Friday and Cyber Monday delivery delays are so common is simple: they are some of the busiest shopping days of the year – both in physical and in online stores. Retailers experience a huge influx in sales in just one day, which, consequently, results in an enormous amount of shipments for the courier companies to handle. Other situations that may increase the delay of your Black Friday or Cyber Monday delivery:
- Misspelt or incomplete address on the package;
- Wrong information on the order form (wrong postal code etc.);
- The package had to be redirected (e.g. change of delivery address);
- Customs delays;
- Failed delivery attempts (the recipient was not at home).
How to avoid a Black Friday shipping delay for your customers
To make sure the worldwide shipping of your Black Friday or Cyber Monday orders will be processed smoothly and delivered as soon as possible, we suggest: