"All USA" includes all USA States, Territories and Military addresses. See the next section below the table for the list of included destinations.
|All orders for all USA
FREE USPS First Class Mail
|Order $100 or more
FREE USPS Priority Mail
|Order $50 or more
DISCOUNTED USPS Priority Mail $4.30
|Order less than $50
||USPS Priority Mail is $8.30
FREE Shipping to all USA States, Territories & Military APO/FPO/DPO Addresses!
I offer FREE US Postal Service First Class Shipping to all of the USA. Unlike many other shops, I charge NO additional fees! This means FREE shipping locations include the continental states and:
- Puerto Rico
- American Samoa
- US Virgin Islands
- All additional US Territories
- All Military (MPO) APO addresses, regardless of final destination
- All Diplomatic DPO addresses, regardless of final destination
- All Fleet FPO addresses, regardless of final destination
If it's considered domestic mail by the USPS, I will ship it there for FREE!
Delivery Timeframe Estimates
All of my handmade jewelry is made-to-order by me just for you! My goal is to ship all orders by the next business (mailing) day.
NOTE: COVID-19 has impacted all USPS mail delivery times for everyone, so please order as early as possible to account for possible USPS delays.
FREE USPS First Class Shipping delivery to all US states is currently taking from 1-5 (business) days depending on how far you live from Colorado (one day is only for some destinations within Colorado).
USPS Priority Mail delivery is currently taking 1 to 3 (business) days, depending on how far you live from Colorado.
See below for information on about sending Military and Diplomatic APO/FPO/DPO Mail.
Shipping to Canada and Mexico
I offer International Shipping to Canada and Mexico. You will pay the calculated cost of shipping to your destination address and be responsible for paying your country's duties and/or taxes (or any other non-shipping charges) when you receive the shipment. During checkout, you will be charged the typical shipping rate. I will email you with the exact calculated rate post-checkout.
If you desire other delivery options or have any questions, please feel free to contact me.
Frequently Asked Questions About APO/FPO/DPO mail to the Military Post Office (MPO)
How long does it take to delivery mail to APO/FPO/DPO Military or Diplomatic addresses?
Military APO/FPO/DPO Mail has varied delivery estimates based on where you are shipping to. This information is copied directly from USPS.com: Military APO/FPO/DPO Mail has unique transportation and handling requirements which result in extending the standard delivery time for each class of mail. Because APO/FPO/DPO mail is transported outside of the United States to and from overseas locations (including remote and war-zone locations), customers should be advised of these transit times. As of summer, 2021, these are the delivery timeframe estimates for USPS First Class & Priority Mail (no difference between their delivery times):
- EUROPE / ATLANTIC (APO/FPO AE ZIP Codes beginning with 090-092 and 094-099): 7 - 9 days
- IRAQ / AFGHANISTAN / MIDDLE EAST (APO/FPO AE ZIP Codes beginning with 093): 7 - 13 days
- JAPAN / KOREA / PACIFIC ISLANDS / FAR EAST (APO/FPO AP ZIP Codes beginning with 962-966): 7 - 9 days
- CENTRAL AMERICA / SOUTH AMERICA / CARIBBEAN (APO/FPO AA ZIP Codes beginning with 340): 7 - 9 days
Should the city and country be included in overseas Military APO/DPO/FPO Mail addresses?
No. When sending Military Mail to someone out of the USA, do not include the city or country name. Using a foreign city or country name may cause the mail to be handled via international mail services instead of the Military Postal System. If you include a city or country name in your Military address, I will hold your order and contact you to correct the address.
What is required besides the recipient's name in the Military MPO/APO/FPO/DPO address?
You need to include the recipient's name, rank and unit in addition to the correctly formatted address. Note that all mail must be addressed to a specific person - the old "Any Service Member" or "Any Wounded Warrior" addresses are no longer accepted. Valid examples include:
SSGT KEVIN TAYLOR
PO3 CHAD WALTERS
PFC JOHN DOE
What is the format for Military Mail APO/FPO/DPO?
Overseas military addresses must contain the APO or FPO designation along with a two–character “state” abbreviation of AE, AP, or AA and the ZIP Code or ZIP+4 Code. AE is used for armed forces in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Canada; AP is for the Pacific; and AA is the Americas, excluding Canada. Valid examples include:
APO AE 09001-5274
FPO AP 96606-2783
For domestic military mail, use only the approved city name as listed in the City-State file, the two-character state abbreviation and the ZIP Code or ZIP+4 Code. Valid examples include:
MINOT AFP ND 58705-1253
What is the delivery address line for Overseas Military APO/FPO addresses?
The Delivery Address Line for all APO/FPO military mail must be standardized to include the appropriate military address type with its assigned number, plus a box number. There are five possible military address types: CMR (Consolidated Mail Room), OMC (Official Mail Center), PSC (Postal Service Center), UMR (Unit Mail Room), and UNIT. Standardize the Delivery Address Line as shown in the following examples:
CMR 830 BOX 51
OMC 8 BOX 74
UNIT 908 BOX 111
PSC 1650 BOX 10
UMR 6 BOX 96
What are some examples of correct Military APO/FPO addresses?
Here are some examples of correctly formed addresses from USPS.com:
If you have any questions about submitting the correct Military Mail address for your order, please feel free to contact me.