Shipping frozen wild seafood is a perilous business and becomes even more perilous as the holiday season approaches. Carriers get busy and we are closed on several days during the upcoming months.
We caution you to order early if you would like your fish for a special event this holiday season. We have a shipping map below that can help you get a sense your order would arrive. However, weather happens, schedules change, carriers drop the ball. If you are planning for a specific event on a certain day, we strongly urge you to order early to have your order arrive multiple days or a week before your event. Give yourself a cushion! It’s the safest way to avoid disappointment. Please look at the calendar below and shipping map and email us if you have any questions.
Frozen Seafood Shipping Map
Take a very careful look at the shipping map below and see where your order is going. If a frozen seafood order is going to a 2-day shipping zone and you order before Wednesday 7:45 am PST, your order will go out Wednesday night for arrival Friday. If after that time, the order will go out the next week. For 3-day transit zones, you need to get that order in before Tuesday 7:45 am PST during a normal shipping week. But once again, check calendar above as some weeks during the upcoming months will be different.
*Note that there is a RUSH shipping option at checkout that overnights orders, but note that after 7:45 am PST, the order ships overnight the next available shipping day.
**Note that unless you select “RUSH” shipping at checkout, all canned salmon and canned tuna orders go out Ground and might take a week or more to deliver.