Within the continental United States, FedEx Ground delivery takes anywhere from 1 to 5 business days, while delivery to Alaska, Hawaii, Canada and Puerto Rico is completed in 1 to 7 business days. The amount of time required for delivery is the same regardless of whether the package is sent using business delivery or residential delivery.Know More
FedEx Ground delivery requires that packages weigh 150 pounds or less and be no longer than 130 inches in length. It offers customers the ability to track their packages while in transit.
If Ground delivery is not fast enough, FedEx offers quicker options, such as next business-day delivery, same day delivery, 2-day delivery and 3-day delivery.Learn more in Mail & Shipping
According to the USPS, for mail traveling between Memphis, Tenn. and Minneapolis, Minn., delivery time can vary, depending on what delivery service is chosen. The United States Postal Service has priority mail express, priority mail, first class mail, standard postage and media mail.Full Answer >
FedEx SmartPost is a shipping service that combines FedEx services with the U.S. Postal Service to deliver low-weight packages to residential addresses. The USPS is used for final delivery in order to reach every U.S. address, including P.O. boxes, military APO, FPO, DPO, Alaska, Hawaii and all U.S. territories.Full Answer >
The status "In Transit" on the FedEx tracker means that the package is on its way to its final destination. It does not necessarily mean that the package is moving at the time that the status is checked; it may mean that it is in a FedEx facility.Full Answer >
The delivery time for FedEx depends on the shipping option chosen by the customer. If a customer chooses FedEx First Overnight shipping, for instance, the package will be delivered by 8:30 a.m. the next day. The "Delivery Options" page on FedEx.com lists the delivery times for all shipping options.Full Answer >