Last Updated February 28, 2021
Zone maps are used to understand shipping costs. A zone is based on the distance a package travels from the warehouse to its destination. The further a package must travel, the more expensive the rate and higher the zone.
Lower zones (2-3) are close to the warehouse and more economical to ship to, and higher zones (7-8) are far from the warehouse and more expensive to ship to. Each carrier (USPS, FedEx, UPS, etc.) has its own zones.
Time in Transit Maps
Transit maps display the number of days it will take for a package to get from a warehouse to its end destination. Given COVID-related delays, transit times may be longer than listed.