The countdown to Christmas is about to begin, which means only weeks remain for gift shopping.
With this in mind, Business Insider contacted some of the US’ biggest retailers to find out what their deadlines are to order items and have them delivered by Christmas.
Here’s the list.
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Christmas is nearly upon us, and while gift shopping is already in full swing for many shoppers, the less organized among us will continue to fall back on last-minute shipping services.
With this in mind, Business Insider contacted some of the US’ biggest retailers to find out the last possible moment to make an order online and have items shipped in time for Christmas.
We will continue to update this list as retailers confirm their timings.
Find out how long you have, below:
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Target’s website notes that the chain guarantees that products labeled “Guaranteed by Christmas” will arrive on or before December 24 if ordered before noon CST on December 20.
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Macy’s shoppers have until December 21 to order items using its standard shipping service and have them arrive by Christmas.
The last day to use its express delivery service is December 22, but orders must be placed before noon ET.
Shoppers can also opt for its buy-online-pick-up-in-store service — orders placed by 3 p.m. on December 24 can be picked up that afternoon at 6 p.m.
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Kohl’s shoppers have until 1 p.m. CT on December 20 to place orders using its one-day shipping service and have them arrive in time for Christmas.
For its two-day shipping service, customers would need to order by 1 p.m. CT latest on December 19.
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