Why don't you wait until tomorrow to inquire? Seems kind of silly to complain about a Monday delivery on Sunday.I ordered something on Amazon yesterday (Saturday) and selected One Day Shipping with a guaranteed delivery date of Monday. It is now Sunday and the item still says "Shipping Soon". I contacted their support and they said that the item is still in packaging stage, but they don't foresee not being able to make the delivery deadline of tomorrow.
So...do I expect to see an Amazon employee walking up to my door tomorrow or are they paying a ridiculous same-day delivery fee...because as far as I know there isn't a single shipping carrier that operates on Sundays.
Really? There's no feasible way? What qualifies you to make that statement, out of curiosity? Amazon has distribution centers all over the US, including South Carolina.I'm not getting worked up at all. I just know that if they hadn't shipped it by EOD Saturday, there is no feasible way the thing will make it to me tomorrow. I didn't come here to complain either. I just found it funny that they still think they are going to hit a deadline with a same day delivery. I mean, if they pull it off more power to them, but I see a shipping refund in my cards.
FedEx (ground and express, anyway) and UPS move the vast majority of their weekend shipments on Sunday, late afternoon through early Monday am. The fleets are virtually at a standstill for most of the day on Saturday.because as far as I know there isn't a single shipping carrier that operates on Sundays.