When is the last day to order from PrintPlace.com before Christmas?
With Christmas quickly approaching, you are probably scurrying around, trying to get everything at work finished before you take off for a couple days, or rushing to get shopping finished and Christmas cards mailed. We are doing the same around the PrintPlace.com offices. We want to make sure we do everything we can to get your orders done and shipped to you fast.
That said, even PrintPlace.com’s magically fast turnaround times do have their limits. If you are a known procrastinator, make sure to read the below information carefully.
Here are the last minute deadlines to order for delivery before the holidays.
For delivery on Christmas Eve (Dec. 24): The last day to order is December 23rd before NOON CST with Same Day printing, and Next Day Air shipping.
For delivery on New Year’s Eve (Dec. 31): The last day to order is December 30th before NOON CST with Same Day printing and Next Day Air shipping.
*Please keep in mind that you will need to approve your artwork and “send to press” by NOON on the order day as well.*
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Call us with any questions at 877-405-3949.
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