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  • If the weather in your package recipient's area is expected to be 70 degrees or more, extra cost will be applied for ice packs and insulation.
  • I do not ship during the warm weather months (mid-May to mid-September).
  • Seattle area residents may arrange to pick up their orders at my facility in Woodinville.
  • Orders are shipped Monday through Friday using USPS priority mail to locations in the United States only.  Chocolates are rarely shipped on the same day that an order is placed, so please allow enough time for delivery.  Your order may arrive on a Saturday.
  • Note:  I recommend that someone be available to receive your package to make sure it arrives safely and doesn't sit outside in the sun. This will protect your purchase from melting or other problems.
  • I do not guarantee the delivery date, however most of my orders are received 2 to 3 days after shipment.  I am located in Washington State; please allow more time if your shipment is to the East coast.


Shipping Costs per recipient address:

     Merchandise Total                 USPS Priority 2-3 Day Service

     Up to  $39.99                                      $ 10.00

     $40.00 to $59.99                                  $13.00

     $60.00 to $74.99                                  $16.00

     $75.00 to $99.99                                  $19.00

     $100.00 to $149.99                               $24.00

     $150.00 and over - call for quote


Notes:

~ Shipments to Alaska and Hawaii will incur additional charges.  I will contact you about your order to discuss the price.

~ Additional charges may apply if your order is shipping to multiple locations.

~ Packages sent to warm weather areas may incur additional costs for ice packs or overnight shipping.

~ Shipping charges are subject to change.

~ Cornstarch peanuts are used instead of Styrofoam, and plain newsprint instead of bubble wrap.  I also re-use clean packaging from my suppliers.