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Free Shipping Day 2013 is today: Amazon releases last dates to ship by Christmas

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Free Shipping Day 2013 is here and if you have any shopping left to do, today is the day to get online and do it. Not only are stores offering free shipping, but Free Shipping Day comes along with a guarantee that your purchases from participating merchants will arrive in time for Christmas, according to ABC News on Dec. 17.

After the Free Shipping Day 2013 online event on Wednesday Dec. 18, there is still time to shop online and get your items by Christmas, but free shipping becomes much harder to find after today.

Last day to ship for Christmas 2013: USPS, UPS, FedEx, Online cut-off dates

Stores you recognize like JC Penney and Pet Smart, along with stores you might have never heard of are signed up for the free shipping online event today. To check out the almost 1,000 online merchants that offer free shipping and guarantee your purchase on time for Christmas click here at Freeshippingday.com.

Grab a cup of coffee, put your feet up and finish up your Christmas shopping today. With all the stores signed up, you should have no problem finding that perfect gift for everyone left on your list.

Amazon.com is participating in Free Shipping Day, but their cut-off dates for getting packages to your home by Christmas extends a few more days. It will cost you for shipping, but you can still shop and get your gifts to your home by Christmas.

Amazon.com last day for shipping schedule for 2013:

12/17/2013: Last day FedEx ground and standard shipping for Amazon.com.
12/18/2013: Free Shipping Day for over 900 online merchants including Amazon
12/19/2013: Last day for USPS First class mail and standard shipping for 12/24 delivery from Amazon
12/21/2013: Last day for expedited shipping, USPS priority, UPS shipping, and FedEx's 2-day from Amazon.

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