How Long Does a Typical UPS Ground Freight Delivery Take?


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UPS Ground freight shipping times vary based on the distance the parcel or freight is traveling. Ground freight within the United States including Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico takes between one and seven days. Specific time can be calculated by ZIP code at UPS.com/maps.

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Shipping from Seattle, Washington, by ground freight, a parcel takes one to two days for delivery in Washington, Oregon, Utah and most of Idaho, as well as northern California and eastern Montana. The longest transit time from Seattle is seven days to Puerto Rico and six days to New York City and its immediate surroundings. UPS only moves ground freight on business days, not holidays or weekends.

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