More and more people are doing their holiday shopping earlier this year due to supply chain issues, and that means you may be mailing packages you bought months earlier.More and more people are doing their holiday shopping earlier this year due to supply chain issues, and that means you may be mailing packages you bought months earlier.It’s never too early to prepare, and the major shipping companies have already released their holiday shipping dates for the United States.Check them out below.U.S. Postal ServiceUSPS Retail Ground – Dec. 15First-Class Mail – Dec. 17Priority Mail – Dec. 18Priority Mail Express – Dec. 23UPSUPS Ground shipping – Click here for detailsUPS 3-day Select – Dec. 21UPS 2nd Day Air – Dec. 22UPS Next Day Air – Dec. 23The company will also have normal pickup and delivery service from Monday, Dec. 20 through Thursday, Dec. 23. There will be normal delivery service on Friday, Dec. 24, but pickup service only for Air and International Air if it was prearranged by Dec. 21.FedExFedEx Ground – Dec. 15FedEx Home Delivery – Dec. 15FedEx Ground Economy – Dec. 9FedEx Same-Day – Dec. 242-Day & 2-Day AM – Dec. 23FedEx Express Saver – Dec. 21FedEx 1-Day Freight – Dec. 23FedEx 2-Day Freight – Dec. 22FedEx 3-Day Freight – Dec. 21 …Read More

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