FedEx Coupon Codes

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25% Off FedEx One Rate

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16% Off FedEx Express Rates

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8% Off FedEx Ground Rates

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How to Use a FedEx Coupon Code

Taking advantage of the amazing high speed delivery services at FedEx is like a coupon, in that it saves you so much time. FedEx offers savings in the form of discounts for business and academic...

Taking advantage of the amazing high speed delivery services at FedEx is like a coupon, in that it saves you so much time. FedEx offers savings in the form of discounts for business and academic accounts. There are lots of ways to save on their other services as well. For example, FedEx offers a low-cost packing solution for the stuff you want to ship

Step 1) Look for a coupon.

Shipping is one of the most expensive parts of shopping online, so I am always on the lookout for a way to reduce costs. Like most major goods and services, FedEx has their own section on CouponPal.

Step 2) Click on FedEx coupon code.

It says here that FedEx offers a packing service for as low as $4.99. I hate packing boxes. Perhaps this is the solution I’ve been looking for? I click on the coupon code to activate the deal, and it opens into another window for easy reference.

Step 3) Choose a location.

As if by magic, I arrive at the FedEx homepage, where I must select a location to continue. In this example I will select the US, because that’s where I am.

Step 4) Select Pack Shipment.

Under the ‘Ship’ tab in the first column, there is an index that says ‘Pack Shipment.’ That must be what we’re looking for, so I click on it to proceed.

Step 5) Success!

Wow, look at all of this useful information about packing shipments from the knowledgeable experts at FedEx. You could pays at least $4.99 for a book full of the same how-to information. I consider this trip to FedEx a rousing success.

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The Deal With FedEx

They’ve made outstanding advances in technology these recent years. But, not a teleportation device for commercial goods. That’s where companies like FedEx come in to the picture. Their...

They’ve made outstanding advances in technology these recent years. But, not a teleportation device for commercial goods. That’s where companies like FedEx come in to the picture. Their integrated network of planes, trains, and trucks deliver millions of packages every day, on time and budget. Did you ever wonder how they do it?

Even if there were such a thing as transporting atomic particles over long distances, FedEx Corporation would be one of the first with their hands in it. FedEX is actually an umbrella term for a transportation system made up of FedEx Express, FedEx TradeNetworks, FedEx Supply Chain, FedEx Ground, FedEx Freight, FedEx Custom Critical, FedEx Services, FedEx Office and Print, and FedEx TechConnect. Each plays a vital role in the shipping process for private individuals and commercial enterprises. Learn more about each division at FedEx.

Handling shipments online is easier than ever at Fedex.com. Create a shipment and ship it right away with your credit card. Get tracking information, customize a delivery, file a claim, or schedule a pickup. You can even order shipping supplies, store your contact information, and pay bills online. Ship mail, packages, freight, expedited, even ocean cargo.

The name FedEx is an abbreviation of the original name Federal Express. Federal Express was a revolutionary new shipping company founded by Yale alumnus Fredrick W. Smith. He wrote his senior thesis about the shipping industry in 1965, then after a brief stint in the military, bought controlling interest in Arkansas Aviation Sales during 1971.

On April 17, 1973, Federal Express delivered their first 168 packages via 14 airplanes from Memphis International Airport. Smith’s idea for improving passenger route systems used by air freight shippers worked, and soon enough they were the leading carrier of high-priority goods.

The service as we know it came into maturity during the economic boom of  the 1980s. In 1994, they shortened their name to FedEx, because that’s what people called it anyway. During the technology rush of the 2000’s, the FedEx network of services further expanded, acquiring every Kinkos, which changed names to FedEx Office.

Now there are thousands of FedEx vehicles all moving by land, by air, and by sea, in one massive network. FedEx subsidiaries deliver millions of dollars worth of freight each hour of every day to over 220 different countries, and employ hundreds of thousands of people all over the world.

When you need to dispatch cargo post haste, choose FedEx over the regular snail mail. They will Federal Express your consignment over vast mountains and deep oceans, hack their way through jungles, and cross empty deserts, just to deliver something to you. It all starts with a FedEx coupon code.

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FedEx Coupon Code FAQs

Shipping a package can be confusing, especially when you get into concerns such as commercial freight, large objects, different time zones, and international customs. We went to FedEx to get the...

Shipping a package can be confusing, especially when you get into concerns such as commercial freight, large objects, different time zones, and international customs. We went to FedEx to get the scoop on some of their most frequently asked questions.

Does FedEx deliver on weekends?

You can choose a Saturday delivery when you ship FedEx Express® by selecting FedEx Priority Overnight® on a Friday, or FedEx 2Day® on a Thursday. But you have to specify ‘Saturday Delivery’ when you ship the package.

How does overnight delivery work?

FedEx only provides overnight delivery within the confines of space, time, and international trade restrictions. For example, don’t expect your care package of Western literature to arrive to the Middle East from the US in less than a day.

There are three types of overnight deliver to choose from, depending on how urgent. FedEx Standard Overnight®  will get there by 3pm the next day in urban areas, and 4:30pm in rural areas. FedEx Priority Overnight®  promises to be there by 10am the next day. And, FedEx First Overnight®  arrives between 8am and 9:59am.

Can I change the delivery speed en route?

It is impossible to change the service commitment once it has been set in motion. However, it is possible cancel a shipment online.

What are the official delivery hours?

FedEx Express® delivers Monday through Friday from 8am to 7:30pm, and on Saturday from 8am until 4:30pm. FedEx Ground® is generally Monday through Friday until the end of the day. But, FedEx Home Delivery® works on Tuesday through Saturday until the end of the day.

If the package never arrives can I have a refund?

FedEx Ground® and FedEx Express® are both covered by a money-back guarantee. If the package is not there by the quoted delivery date, then you qualify for a refund. File a claim online after logging into your account at FedEx.com.

What’s the difference between Ground and Express?

Ground is considered a low cost shipping solution, while Express is for priority mail and urgent shipments. If you have plenty of time to wait for the package, remember it saves money, time, energy, and other resources when you select Ground.

Where do I print the shipping label?

Print your label at the FedEx Label Ship Manager® by logging into your account online.

How do I ship collect or C.O.D.?

Collect upon delivery is considered a Value-Added Option. Visit the Service Guide to learn more.

When will my parcel be delivered?

You can track the status of your parcel online at FedEx.com by logging into your account. Enter your tracking number then read the Estimated Delivery Date.

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