Last order dates for the holiday season

Posted by Suzie on Tuesday, 4 December 2018 at 12:56
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Holiday Order Dayes

We know that many of you order for gifts this time or year, or for your own holiday knitting! To make sure you get your goodies on time, please take note of the last order dates below.

Within the United Kingdom

Order on or before Thursday 20 December and choose the Special Delivery option at checkout, and we guarantee that your order will be delivered on or before 24 December!*

Our standard shipping is Royal Mail 1st Class, which takes an extra day or so during the busy month of December so please keep this in mind if you choose not to upgrade.

Europe

Please choose Tracked Shipping during PayPal checkout to give your parcel the best chance of reaching you on time. Please note that this is not a guaranteed service, but is significantly faster than standard Airmail during the festive season.

Austria, Belgium, FranceGermany, Iceland, Ireland, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland – your last order date is Saturday 15 December.

Finland, Sweden – your last order date is Thursday 13 December

Czech Republic, Italy, Poland – your last order date is Tuesday 11 December

Greece – your last order date is Friday 7 December

Elsewhere in Europe – your last order date is Tuesday 4 December

Rest of World

Please choose Tracked Shipping during PayPal checkout to give your parcel the best chance of reaching you on time. Please note that this is not a guaranteed service, but is significantly faster than standard Airmail during the festive season.

USA – your last order date is Tuesday 11 December

Australia, New Zealand – your last order date is Friday 7 December

Canada – Unfortunately, due to continued delays at customs, international parcels to Canada are being delayed for up to 8 weeks. It is therefore highly unlikely that your order will reach you before the holidays.

Everywhere else – Tuesday 4 December

* Delivery will be attempted, but requires someone to be present to sign for the parcel.


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