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Last posting dates for Christmas 2022

Last posting dates for Christmas 2022

November 28, 2022

As Christmas approaches, do make sure that you leave enough time for your prints from Kite to reach you. Postal services still haven’t caught up to their pre-pandemic performance, so here's our best advice for 2022…

International orders (including US and Canada)
Order framed or unframed prints with tracked/expedited shipping before 9am (UK time) Monday, December 5th.

Please note that while we will ship prints as early as possible, deliveries are entirely at the mercy of international delivery services and shipping can often taken longer than normal at this time of year. As such, we cannot guarantee arrival dates.

UK orders
Order unframed prints using First Class post or Special Delivery before 9am (UK time) Monday, December 19th. Please also note that (at the time of writing) there are postal strikes planned for December 9th, 11th, 14th, and 15th.

Order framed prints before 9am (UK time) Monday, December 12th.


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