WHEN CHOOSING THE “STANDARD SHIPPING” METHOD
FREE SHIPPING FOR DOMESTIC ORDERS OVER $75
Orders over $75 after any discounts have been applied being shipped to the United States or its territories qualify for free shipping when Standard Shipping is chosen as the shipping method. We are sorry, but we do not offer a free shipping option for orders being shipped outside the United States.
Orders that include items with the forthcoming yeartext or weekly Bible reading or otherwise backordered will be held until the items are available sometime in late October. During the months of September-January, our shipping schedule is 2-4 weeks due to the large volume of orders received during these months. During the months of February-August, our shipping schedule is 1-2 weeks.
FAQ: Why is the shipping schedule during the months of September-Jebruary so long?
We begin receiving preorders for annual items such as calendars and bookmarks in September. However, the yeartext and Bible reading schedules are not released until the beginning of October. Once this information is available, we can go into production. This results in approximately a four week shipping delay. We work hard to ship as many orders as possible each day during this busy time and we appreciate the patience and understanding of our customers.
We ship orders via USPS (United States Postal Service) or UPS (United Parcel Service). If you choose Standard Shipping during checkout, a flat shipping rate will be charged based on your order total and we will determine which carrier to use. Please provide an address to which both USPS and UPS can deliver.
Shipping charges for orders being shipped outside the United States or its possessions are calculated based on actual rates of the United States Postal Service. The shipping charge does not include import fees or taxes that may be required by your country once you have received your order. Prices on our web site are in U.S. dollars and your credit will be charged in U.S. dollars.
We are unable to ship to the following countries because packages cannot be insured:
Afghanistan, Algeria, Angola, Belarus, Bosnia, Burundi, Croatia, Cuba, Herzegovina, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Liberia, Libya, Moldova, Montenegro, Nigeria, North Korea, Paraguay, Serbia, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Syria, Togo, Yemen, Zimbabwe.