Users' questions

Does FedEx have something like UPS My Choice?

Does FedEx have something like UPS My Choice?

FedEx’s biggest rival, UPS, rolled out its “My Choice” service more than a year and a half ago, and it’s approaching three million users. Customers can pay a $5 fee to reroute packages, or $40 a year for premium perks like a two-hour delivery window. Now FedEx is launching a similar service called Delivery Manager.

Is FedEx or UPS faster delivery?

Is FedEx faster than UPS? If we compare FedEx and UPS Ground services, UPS is typically faster than FedEx. When comparing their express solutions, both UPS and FedEx offer services with similar delivery speed for domestic routes.

How fast is UPS My Choice?

If you are a UPS My Choice member or Premium member, you can pick a 2-hour confirmed delivery window from within the original 4-hour estimate. All members can choose their delivery window option two days before the scheduled delivery date until the morning of the scheduled day of delivery.

Can you use ups my choice with FedEx?

Take control of your UPS deliveries with UPS My Choice. We just covered the service FedEx offers customers to track and manage incoming packages, but not all shipments are done solely through FedEx. UPS also offers a free service, similar to that of FedEx Delivery Manager, called UPS My Choice.

What can I do with ups my choice?

UPS also offers a free service, similar to that of FedEx Delivery Manager, called UPS My Choice. With UPS My Choice you’ll receive alerts of incoming packages, hold for will call or authorize a shipment release for free.

What’s the difference in freight rates between ups and FedEx?

FedEx specializes in international air freight, while UPS focuses its efforts on domestic shipping. Both couriers set a weight limit of 150 pounds for international shipments. Exceeding this weight will result in additional fees from either courier. Use a rate calculator to compare the rates for your specific shipment size.

Which is the best Shipping Service USPS or UPS?

The USPS has a monopoly on mailboxes and PO boxes. It’s the only shipping service that does not have to drop off packages at customers’ doorsteps. Zondra Wilson of Blu Skin Care lists these perks as well. She says: By far the best option when it comes to price, USPS also offers insured overnight delivery.