Band Shoppe charges only one shipping and handling charge based on the total value of your order. With a few exceptions, we don't charge our customers extra for heavy or oversized items delivered using our Standard Service. We will determine the most economical shipping carrier for your order. Most items are shipped by UPS or USPS, while larger items may ship by truck carrier.
Reference the shipping chart show. If your order is more than $600.00, figure additional shipping and handling from the beginning of the chart. For example: If your order is $625.00, the shipping and handling would be $44.95 + $9.95 = $54.90.
Please note: This shipping and handling chart does not apply to orders for podiums, carts, garment racks, or ladders. Please contact our Sales Team at (800)457-3501 for exact shipping and handling costs on these items.
|Up to $15
|$16 – $30
|$31 – $75
|$76 – $100
|$101 – $150
|$151 – $200
|$201 – $300
|$301 – $400
|$401 – $500
|$501 – $600
In Stock Items Estimated Shipping Time
Business Days in Transit from our warehouse in Cynthiana, IN 47612
Most items ship via UPS or USPS. Transit time depends on the service you select. Credit card orders are processed immediately and in stock items will ship within 1 to 3 business days. Packages typically arrive in 2-5 business days depending on your location. Custom items are produced on a manufacturing schedule. If you need your order by a specific date, please consider upgrading your shipping to ensure timely arrival. We cannot guarantee the exact arrival date of orders shipped using our Standard Service. Items shipped by truck carrier may take up to 2 weeks.
How can I track the status of my order?
Currently, Band Shoppe is unable to provide shipment tracking information at this time. We are currently working to make this feature available to our customers. In the meantime, if you have any questions you can contact our Customer Care Team at (800)457-3501.
What if something gets damaged during shipping?
At Band Shoppe, we take great care packing and shipping your merchandise to insure your order arrives safely. If you suspect shipping damage when you receive your order, please take the following steps.
- Ask the delivery driver to note the damage at the time of delivery if possible.
- If the item was shipped via truck carrier, please note the damage on the bill of lading before signing. If the item
appears to be badly damaged, please call Band Shoppe Customer Care at (800)457-3501 for further assistance before
the driver leaves your facility.
- Open all packages immediately and save all shipping and packing material.
- Notify our Customer Care Team for replacement of your damaged items at (800)457-3501 or
email us at email@example.com.
All orders are shipped via UPS or Priority Mail International. Shipping costs on all international orders are quoted on an individual basis. If you place an order via our website, we will calculate the shipping costs and email a quote for your approval before processing the order. Any published shipping charges do not apply to orders shipped beyond the continental United States.
Duties/Taxes/Brokerage Clearance Charges
In all cases, the recipient is responsible for all duties and taxes levied by the local governing authority along with any costs associated with clearing the shipment with their respective customs authorities. We are not able to estimate these charges. If you need to estimate your local costs, we suggest you contact the appropriate authorities with your order information.
International orders may take additional time to process due to the completion of additional documents required for shipping and item availability as all items must come into our main warehouse before orders can be shipped. As a matter of practice, we ship all international orders once they are complete to minimize the shipping expense to our customers. If you require certain items to be shipped as soon as available, please notify us in writing and we will quote the shipping costs based on your requirements. Please note that shipping international orders in "multiple shipments" is considerably more expensive.