We offer a variety of options for shipping orders: domestically via USPS Parcel Post (5-9 days), Express Mail (1-2 days) or Priority Mail (2-3 days). We can ship UPS or FedEx as well. International orders ship via USPS Global Priority or Airmail Parcel. Shipping price varies, depending on quantity, weight and destination. Shipping estimates are from the time the Post Office receives your package. We process orders within 24-48 hours (except weekends and holidays). International orders may take some time to arrive (usually within eight - twelve mailing days) so please be patient.
What if the item I'm interested in is Out of stock or Backordered?
If items are unexpectedly back ordered, we will contact you immediately and provide you with some options.
What Countries does No Bad Days ship to?
No Bad Days ships worldwide, as far away as the North Pole even.
What forms of Payment are accepted?
We accept checks, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express and PayPal. For money orders or corporate checks contact us directly @ 858-752-3796
We approach returns on a case by case basis. If you are not 100% satisfied with your merchandise when you receive it, please email firstname.lastname@example.org within 10 days and we will exchange your item(s) for a similar, (i.e., same cost) item. If we mistakenly shipped you the wrong item or the item is defective, we will reship you a replacement.
Ordering from the No Bad Days website secure?
YES, be assured that our website uses SSL (which stands for "Secure Sockets Layer"), the industry standard for Internet security. SSL is an open protocol for secure data communications across the computer networks.
SSL provides a straightforward method for adding strong security to existing applications and network infrastructures. SSL is application protocol independent and provides encryption, which creates a secured channel to prevent others from tapping into the network; authentication, which uses certificates and digital signatures to verify the identity of parties in information exchanges and transactions; and message integrity, which ensures that messages cannot be altered en route.