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Does FedEx deliver on Sundays?

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FedEx does not deliver on Sunday, but it does have special Saturday delivery available. A surcharge applies to items shipped for Saturday delivery, and Saturday delivery must be chosen at the time of shipment. This surcharge is $16 per package as of September 2014.

FedEx offers Saturday delivery options to most metropolitan postal codes in the United States. FedEx offers three types of services: FedEx Home Delivery, FedEx Ground and FedEx Express. Both FedEx Home Delivery and FedEx Express offer delivery on Saturdays. Delivery times vary depending on the service selected. FedEx even offers same-day delivery options across the country.

Sources:

  1. fedex.com

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