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FREE SHIPPING is, visibly, the cheapest shipping option for any customer to choose. Actually, you are still paying for shipping....

  • Remember: In most cases, you get what you pay for. This same rule applies to selecting free shipping as your shipping method. Free shipping simply means that, due to overwhelming request, the item you are purchasing, already has the cost of shipping added to it's sale price.
  • You do not get to select the shipping company, or the delivery person, when you select free shipping,
  • You do not get to complain about slow shipping, shipping delays, the cost of shipping, or anything about shipping, when you select free shipping.
  • Free shipping means we will ship your order, the absolute slowest method possible, regardless of delivery times, or your order contents, of your event or holiday you need the item(s) for. You're getting ''Free'' shipping! YAY!
  • Free shipping has no guaranteed delivery times, and no specifications.
  • If you'd like more information on free shipping, please google "what is free shipping" and ''pro's and con's on free shipping''.
  • Additional terms and conditions not listed here, may apply.
  • Free Shipping is a marketing tactic used primarily by online vendors and other platforms including mail-order catalogs, as a sales strategy to attract customers. It is not always in the customers best interest to select free shipping.
FAQ: Is Free Shipping really free?
Answer: No. At this time, there is no transportation company in the world, offering to move packages for free. This is one of the world's biggest LIES that we accept. The money to ship your package has to come from SOMEWHERE. There is no omnipotent billionaire paying for your postage because they like your socks, or your Instagram page. If there is, let them know about us! Free shipping is a marketing ploy, a misdirection. A way to make customers thing they are getting a deal, to steal them away from other sites. And yes, customers fall for it, hook line and sinker. Why? Well, it's cheaper than paying for shipping, right? WRONG. At some point, someone is paying that money. It'll probably be you, during the holiday season, with huge markups on items you can't find anywhere else, or in the hassle and time consumed trying to find out where your package is, and asking yourself why it's taking 8 weeks to deliver your package. Well duh! You selected free shipping! Consider this; if you buy 20 small $10 items, and the shipping is $30.00, that is a total of $230.00. Now people complain about that $30.00! So let's revamp and recalculate. The business considers that it costs $3.80 to ship a first class mail package, so they add $4 to the price of every item, and mark them all as free shipping. Now, you buy 20 $14.00 items and get free shipping, and for the bargain price of $280.00. Congratulate yourself. You just spent an extra $50.00 and got duped at the same time.