21 Days Left: Send Out Your Packages And Holiday Cards

Get your cards and gifts out in time this holiday season. Here's a handy breakdown of the deadlines you need to know. (December 4th)

In today’s modern world, there’s nothing like the thrill of receiving a holiday package or card via good old-fashioned snail mail. Whether you’re sending thoughtful notes out to all of your loved ones, or have Christmas presents to send to friends and family, there are some important dates to be aware of. Lifestyle Expert Shoana Jenson has you covered: watch the video above for the deadlines to mark on your calendar. And, check out our handy breakdown (via Canada Post) listed below:

PACKAGES:

Packages Within Canada:

DEC. 11 – Regular Parcel

DEC. 20 – Xpresspost

DEC. 23 – Priority

Packages To USA:

DEC. 10 – Parcels/Packets

DEC. 13 – Xpresspost U.S.

DEC. 19 – Priority Worldwide

International:

EUROPE:

OCT. 26 – Surface Parcels/Packets

DEC. 3 – Air Parcels/Packets

DEC 6. – Xpresspost International

DEC. 18 – Priority Worldwide

ASIA/AUSTRALIA/NEW ZEALAND:

OCT. 1 – Surface Parcels/Packets

DEC. 3 – Air Parcels/Packets

DEC 6. – Xpresspost International

DEC. 17 – Priority Worldwide

CENTRAL & SOUTH AMERICA:

OCT. 15 – Surface Parcels/Packets

DEC. 3 – Air Parcels/Packets

DEC 6. – Xpresspost International

DEC. 18 – Priority Worldwide

AFRICA:

OCT. 1 – Surface Parcels/Packets

NOV. 26 – Air Parcels/Packets

DEC 3. – Xpresspost International

DEC. 13 – Priority Worldwide

MIDDLE EAST:

OCT. 1 – Surface Parcels/Packets

DEC. 3 – Air Parcels/Packets

DEC 6. – Xpresspost International

DEC. 13 – Priority Worldwide

 

HOLIDAY CARDS:

CANADA:

DEC. 18 – Across Provinces

DEC. 19 – Within A Province

DEC. 20 – Within A City

U.S.:

DEC. 9 – Every State

INTERNATIONAL:

NOV. 25 – Africa

DEC. 2 – Europe

DEC. 2 –Asia/Australia/New Zealand

DEC. 2 – Middle East

DEC. 2 – Central & South America

Click here for Tracy’s Holiday Countdown launch video and your step-by-step guide to the season.

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