Sep 25, 2013

FedEx Delivery Manager – Sign up Before the Holidays for FREE to Schedule Your Packages Online & More!!


(Click the banner above to sign up!)

Thsi is one thing you will DEFINITELY want to sign up for before the holidays start! FedEx has a great FREE service you can sign up for called FedEx Delivery Manager. There are lots of great benefits to the program, the main one being that you can actually schedule when you want your package to arrive to ensure it doesn’t stay out on the porch while you’re not home!

This will be especially nice during the holidays when we typically send a LOT more packages than normal.

Here are some of the features of the program:

  • Schedule Your Delivery – Get your package on your time, not ours. Let us know a delivery date and/or time that works for you.
  • Deliver to Another Address – We’re flexible; request to change your package’s delivery location with the click of a button.
  • Hold at FedEx Location – Ask us to hold your package for you. Select a convenient staffed FedEx location nearby.
  • Sign for a Package – Know you’re not going to be there? Sign for your delivery in advance and authorize FedEx to deliver it, even if you are not home.
  • Provide Delivery Instructions – Keep us in the loop; give specific instructions for all deliveries to your home address.
  • Request Vacation Hold – Whether you’re at the beach or the in-laws’, you can choose a range of dates to suspend all deliveries to your home address.

To sign up, simply click the banner above and you will be able to take advantage of all of these great features completely free.

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