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UPS’s 2014 year-end holiday service center

Organize an efficient and stress-free, peak-season shipping operation.

UPS driver delivering holiday packages

Preparing early for the holiday season is a smart strategy. If knowing key shipping dates is part of your overall plan, you’ll appreciate this heads-up.

You can now download the UPS year-end operating schedule. The 2014 UPS year-end holiday schedule is downloadable as a PDF or viewable as a mobile-friendly web page.

Plus, we've added other resources to further ensure a smooth holiday-season landing, and we will be adding more stories here through the end of 2014. Our first batch includes:

Print your year-end holiday schedule so you're prepared for the peak season.

We appreciate your business. 

Two more notes 
Weekends. UPS Worldwide Express®, UPS Next Day Air® and UPS 2nd Day Air® packages processed and labeled for Saturday Delivery are guaranteed on Saturdays throughout the year. Saturday pickups are also available for air and international packages. UPS Drop Boxes are picked up on weekdays only. No UPS packages are delivered on Sunday (see next item for urgent packages).  

Extremely urgent shipments. UPS Express Critical® never takes a holiday: Service is available 24/7, 365 days per year. Call 1-800-714-8779 or visit   




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Reggie October 14, 2014
Received the email for the outlook calendar! Awesome :)
john September 23, 2014
Received the same thing. ..what was so difficult? Just two clicks... people complain about the simplest things.
Compass Guy September 11, 2014
Reggie, the Outlook and Google calendar versions are in development and will definitely be available by next month. So, please check back on the site in early October!
Reggie September 11, 2014
What I miss is the version where the UPS Holiday schedule could be incorporated into my outlook calendar. That way all the planning and scheduling I do within my outlook could correspond to the shipping schedule.
Compass Guy July 23, 2014
Kevin and Jen, we really aren't trying to make this difficult. We post the schedule on the website because it is used by a wide variety of people. There are Tweets sent that link to the schedule, just as our e-mail linked to the schedule. There will be banner ads on different sites linking there. We figure an e-mail doesn't have a long shelf life, so it should live on the website.
Jen July 23, 2014
Kevin, I have to agree with you in regards to receiving an email with a link to another link with a PDF. Does UPS have to make everything so complicated?? The irony is that this is a logistics company; you would think sending a simple holiday schedule would be just that...simple!
Kevin July 18, 2014
So, you sent me an email which contained a link to your website which had another link to open a .pdf which gave me your holiday schedule. Did nobody consider that just including the schedule in the email would be MUCH easier for everyone?
Mike July 18, 2014
I know... what a way to start the Holiday season... let's all just go home on Black Friday... the busiest shopping (and COULD be SHIPPING) day of the year.
Thomas July 16, 2014
The day after Thanksgiving ? Thanks a lot. Nothing like seeing half the center sent home and routes cut out to add to the holiday spirit. #scruge