Whether you’re like me, and tend to leave your shopping until the last minute, or you bought presents for everyone on your list weeks ago, gift-giving around the holidays can add extra stress and worry to an already busy schedule – especially when you factor in shipping. How do you ensure a fragile gift arrives intact? What’s the most cost-effective way to ship? Will it arrive on time?
This holiday season, FedEx offers ways to save time and money with discounts that make shipping by FedEx one of the cheapest options this December. For example, when you sign-up on fedex.com, you can save up to 16% on FedEx Express services and 8% on FedEx Ground and Home Delivery. And, by visiting a FedEx Office location, shipping with FedEx Ground costs 10% less than with UPS.
FedEx Office also offers customized holiday cards, stationery and personalized 2010 calendars in just minutes either online or in-store. With FedEx Office Print Online services, you can print holiday newsletters and cards to a nearby center of your choice or have them delivered to your friends and family hassle-free.
Sign up for your own FedEx account at www.fedex.com and find out more information about the different shipping and packing options available.
I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour campaign by Mom Central on behalf of FedEx and received a gift card to thank me for taking the time to participate.