Important shipping information – ordering kits at Adafruit for the holidays!

IMPORTANT:Want to make sure you’re going to get your kits for the holidays? Here is some important shipping information for ordering kits at Adafruit in time for the holidays!

Christmas (12/23/2009) delivery recommendations:

  • Order by Dec 11th for UPS shipping (Ground or Overnight, 2nd and 3rd day)
  • Orders after December 14th choose UPS (Overnight, 2nd and 3rd day)
  • Order by Dec 11th for USPS Priority Mail / First class (USA) – we only suggest Priority mail and we cannot promise it will arrive by 12/23/2009
  • Orders placed by Saturday December 19th, Midnight (ET) CHOOSE 2ND DAY AIR UPS
  • Orders placed by Monday December 21st, Midnight (ET) CHOOSE OVERNIGHT UPS
  • Outside the USA – We cannot guarantee delivery by 12/23/2009

Some shipping information for specific high-demand kits

  • Ice Tube Clock kit – For orders already placed, please allow 7-10 business days for your clock to ship (this does not include the time it takes for the shipment to travel to you) Orders placed after Dec 5th – we cannot guarantee for delivery before Dec 23rd – but we’ll try our best. For those who watch our Twitter feed and live video you know we are shipping almost 24 hours a day right now!
  • Ardx-01

  • Arduino Experimentation Kit – ARDX – These are quite popular, please note we are constantly shipping out backorders and selling out within a few days, so if you’d like to have an ARDX for the holidays please place your order soon (by 12/11/2009).

If this is freaking you out, don’t worry we have gift certificates! Those can be order at any time, day or night and are redeemable online. A perfect LAST MINUTE gift!

Lastly, remember we will be broadcasting all day Christmas day to help you with your kits!

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  1. Our Drawdio and MiniPOV kits arrived, and now the only challenge is resisting the temptation to give them out immediately, so we can get started building! So hard to wait 😉

    Oh, and also resisting the temptation to order everything else in the catalog that I have on my wishlist. . . must be patient. . .

  2. couldn’t find the checkout after I “continued shopping”. Am I missing it? or do I have to add an item just to get back to the shopping cart?

  3. @michael tilse- not sure what you mean exactly, but the best thing to do is to make an account, then add all your items to cart, then check out. please email [email protected] if you have any problems, we can help you out!

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