If you have an APO, FPO, or PO Box address, then today is your lucky day. Blurb is now able to ship to you. We have heard from Blurbarians in the Forums, in the blog, in our Suggestions and Feedback box, and have some great news. After working with our shipping network and print partners, we now offer the U.S. Postal Service as a limited option. And for those of you shipping to Hawaii, Alaska, the U.S. Territories, Canada, Mexico, Argentina, and Brazil, you’ll now be able to use USPS as well.
For those of you clamoring for USPS across the states, due to logistical challenges across our printer network, USPS will not be available to residential and business addresses in the U.S. Continental 48. You will still receive three trackable options that are priced in-line with the USPS options.
In addition to adding USPS to our shipping network, you will notice a simplified manner in which we display shipping options. In almost all cases, regardless of region, you should receive three options: an economical non-trackable option, a middle-tiered premium option, and an express option. We hope to continue to meet the needs of our customers, both those looking for a cost-effective solution and a willingness to forego trackable packages, and those who are on a schedule and want the peace of mind a trackable service affords.
Our shipping prices have always included materials, handling, shipper specific surcharges, and ever-rising fuel costs. We track our shipping expenses closely, and will continue to work with our partners to further expand our options and bring shipping costs down whenever possible.
You can find more information on our Shipping page.