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How long does FedEx ground shipping take?

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FedEx ground shipping can take from one to five days in the 48 contiguous United States. For shipments to or from Alaska and Hawaii, ground shipping takes three to seven days.

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FedEx's delivery manager allows customers to modify shipping and receiving. Customers can specify that their packages must be held at a FedEx location for pickup, delivered to a different address, arrive at a specific time or require a signature upon delivery. FedEx offers a money-back guarantee on its ground shipping. If a package does not arrive on the day it is scheduled, FedEx credits or refunds the shipping costs.

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