Some of the most cringeworthy gift-related memories don’t involve a gift at all…because you forgot. Perhaps you let the time get away from you, didn’t put the occasion in your calendar, or just completely had the date wrong–hey, it happens. But it doesn’t have to!
Do any of these faux pas sound familiar?
- You didn’t mail Mom’s birthday gift in time last year, and she’s never let you forget it.
- You’re pretty sure the date of your anniversary doesn’t change…and yet you’ve gotten really good at those “Sorry I forgot again!” gifts.
- You were the only parent who forgot to send your college freshman a care package during their first month of classes. You just moved your second child into the dorms last week, and you’re not going to make the same mistake twice.
We have an easy way to bypass these gift-giving hiccups that doesn’t involve hiring a personal assistant: our hold & ship delivery date feature.
You can create a gift as soon as the impulse strikes or when it’s convenient, and check out quickly. We can hold & ship your gift to arrive the week of December 17th, 2018.
Even if your gift-giving occasion falls days, weeks, or months from the time you place your order, we’ll keep track and make sure your gift arrives at its destination exactly when you need it to. That way, you’ll look like the hero — which is, after all, everything we want for you.
When else can our hold & ship delivery date feature come to the rescue?
- You’ll be traveling for work for the next two months and have to miss your favorite niece’s 13th birthday. Make her gift now, and we can hold & ship it to arrive at her doorstep around the same time you touch down in Copenhagen.
- Your cousin just closed on his first house! He’s planning an epic move-in party/New Year’s Eve bash, but last time you went to one of his “housewarmings,” you had to help move his couch up 3 flights of stairs. Skip this one, but hold & ship a boozy congrats gift instead.
*We can ship anywhere in the United States. If you need your gifts to go any further afield, you’ll have to look for a very athletic carrier pigeon, for now.