Americans rely heavily on package delivery services, especially during the holidays.
Many are wondering if they’ll get packages they ordered during Thanksgiving Day.
Which carriers choose to operate during holidays may vary, but many agree on not operating during the Thanksgiving holiday.
Related: Will the post office be open on Thanksgiving?
FedEx, UPS, and USPS will all not be delivering this Thursday due to Thanksgiving.
Mailing services see a huge increase in business during the holidays due to more customers shipping or ordering things in time for Christmas.
It’s important to pay attention to alerts from shipping services as well as order your goods way ahead of the holidays.
Though these services won’t be available on Thanksgiving Day, they will be before and after.
Related: Expect higher prices, longer waits shipping packages via USPS this holiday season
FedEx, UPS, and USPS will be operating Black Friday and the Saturday after Thanksgiving.
They will also be operating on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve.
Christmas and New Year’s Day services will not be available, but will resume after.
Related: USPS mail and tracking before the holidays: ship gifts early if you want them to arrive before Christmas
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