You can track a UPS package without a tracking number provided you have a reference number or a UPS InfoNote®. A reference number is provided by the sender and usually includes up to 35 alphanumeric characters. InfoNote® is a tag left by a UPS driver after delivery has been attempted.
A reference number can be anything the sender establishes. For online purchases, the reference number is usually the order number. In order to track by reference, a shipment date range has to be indicated. In order to track using UPS InfoNote®, a delivery attempt must first be made by UPS.Learn More
Track a package by visiting the shipping company's website and entering the relevant tracking number. Most package tracking numbers are between 10 and 20 digits long, and some may contain letters as well.Full Answer >
UPS will deliver a package on Saturday if it has a Saturday Delivery sticker on it. The time of delivery on Saturday depends on the shipping option selected by the customer.Full Answer >
For tracking a UPS package, the destination address by itself is not sufficient; you must know the unique UPS tracking number assigned to the package. Visit the UPS website and enter the number under the "Tracking" feature to learn when it was shipped and where from, as well as its approximate location.Full Answer >
To track a U.S. post office package, enter the assigned tracking number into the special search tool at the USPS website, which provides updates on the status of the package. Some tracking numbers may have to be purchased separately, depending on the method of shipping.Full Answer >