To Ship or Not to Ship? That is the Question
The PACT Act* signed in December 2020 will affect the vaping community’s ability to order their favorite flavors directly from online retailers such as Daddy’s Vapor.
Although USPS may still continue to ship from business to business, the Act is forcing many national delivery companies to end shipping e-liquids directly to consumers before April 27, 2021, which is the date that the USPS will no longer be able to ship e-liquids directly to consumers. Other shipping companies have also already announced that they will also stop shipping directly to consumers.
KEY DATES FOR CONSUMERS
March 1, 2021 FedEx to Stop Shipping E-liquids to Consumers
April 5, 2021 UPS to Stop Shipping E-liquids to Consumers
April 27, 2021 USPS to Stop Shipping E-liquids to Consumers
DADDY'S VAPOR PLANS
Wholesale & Retail: WE ARE STAYING OPEN FOR BUSINESS. Daddy’s Vapor is committed to keep providing its retail and wholesale clients with premium e-liquids. Therefore, we are working with USPS, private logistics and transportation companies, as well as wholesale distributors to help comply with the PACT Act requirements in order to fulfill wholesale and retail orders of e-liquids.
Direct to Consumer: Because the PACT Act will restrict shipments directly to customers, Daddy’s Vapor will unfortunately stop shipping e-liquids directly to consumers before the April 27, 2021 deadline. Customers can continue to order from Daddy’s Vapor until March 26, 2021. We suggest that customers take advantage of Daddy’s Vapor sales and special offers to stock up on their favorite e-liquids before this date.
And to all of our loyal customers, we want to thank you for supporting our online retail site throughout the years. The site will continue to serve as a hub for learning more about your favorite flavors, and we hope to have a shop locator uploaded to our site soon.
We will continue to provide customers updated information on our site as they develop. Sign up for Daddy’s Vapor emails to get the latest news and information.
*Source: Nat’l Law Review