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Guide to Mother's Day Shipping Deadlines

1-800-Flowers.com: From now through April 30, 1-800-Flowers is offering 25% off Mother’s Day orders with code 25MDAY, to be delivered between May 4 to May 10. And with next-day and same-day no-contact flower delivery, you can be sure it’ll arrive safely in time for her special day.

AmazonEach individual item you shop for includes estimated delivery dates listed before and after you’ve added the product to your cart. “Delivery times may be longer than usual and our selection of items available for international shipping may be temporarily reduced,” an Amazon statement reads. “You can find updated delivery times on the product detail page for each item, and in checkout.”

Bath & Body WorksStandard shipping specifies six to 15 business days right now. Expedited and overnight aren’t available.

Bed Bath & BeyondOrder by April 30 to get presents in time with standard shipping (free shipping on $39+).

Dylan’s Candy BarThis sweet gifting favorite says to ensure treats arrive by May 10, orders should be placed by April 30. But if you’re using expedited shipping, you have until May 4. Get cash back on your candy order thanks to RetailMeNot.

FTDFlower deliveries have lots of flexibility. In fact, you can order by 2 p.m. in the recipient’s time zone for delivery on the same day during weekdays. Saturday and Sunday deliveries are available in some areas for orders placed by 1 p.m. in the recipient’s time zone.

HallmarkFor standard ground shipping, order by May 4. For expedited, order by May 5. Rush delivery required order by May 6. Same-day pickup is also available at hundreds of Hallmark stores in most major metropolitan areas. You can pay online, and pick up your order in about three hours at Hallmark stores that offer same-day pickup.

Harry & DavidOrder by May 4 for standard shipping. See more-expedited options here.

LushOrder early because your purchase will take approximately 10 to 15 business days to arrive: seven business days for processing and two to eight business for shipping.

Milk BarThis popular dessert and bakery chain ships beautiful desserts to your door and is recommending to order by Thursday, May 7, to ensure arrival on Friday, May 8. Yes, that’s a little ahead of Mother’s Day. But just in case of delays! And then she can enjoy her treats all weekend long.

Minted: See the full details behind Minted’s shipping deadlines—they vary by product. For example, you need to order stationery gifts by 3 p.m. PT May 1 for standard shipping and 3 p.m. PT on May 8 for rush shipping. Photo gifts need to be ordered earlier—by 3 p.m. PT April 30 for standard shipping and 3 p.m. PT on May 7 for rush shipping.

ShutterflyFor economy and standard shipping, order by May 3 for most books, cards and gifts. Rush delivery requires ordering by May 5. See more shipping guidelines.

The Sill: Order before May 3 to get your leafy items delivered by Mother’s Day.

UPS: You need to ship by May 1 for UPS Ground or May 5–6 for UPS 3 Day Select. See more dates and expedited options for delivery by Friday, May 8, or Saturday, May 9.

USPSThe United States Postal Service says its “goal continues to be to move packages as expeditiously as possible,” but some shipping times have changed. In an April 17 statement, the USPS said the Priority Mail Express service, which guarantees overnight service, will not change. “Service commitments for local 1-day Priority Mail will not change,” the site says. “Priority Mail’s two- and three-day service commitments now will be extended to three and four days, respectively.”

UrbanStemsThe cutoff for delivery is Friday, May 8, at 2 p.m. for May 9 delivery, and it offers next-day shipping to all areas including New York. Get cash back on your flowers thanks to RetailMeNot.

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