evangelicalbible.com ships globally.

Domestic shipping options: (For 50 States) All orders over $75.00 ship free.

Standard Service :

Standard Service takes approximately 5-8 business days. Notice that orders over $75.00 ship free. All Case quantities ship free. We use USPS & FedEx. Free shipping is only for U.S. (all 50 states). If you live in Hawaii, Alaska or Puerto Rico, (or shipping to an APO) please use Expedited Shipping or your order could take 2-3 weeks.

Expedited Service:

Expedited Service takes 2-4 business days, though it is not guaranteed. These are some of the lowest rates in the industry. USPS and FedEx are used for this service. We also have a FedEx 2 day shipping option.  We do not offer Saturday delivery for FedEx express services. Orders placed after 2 PM [Eastern] will ship the following business day.

Next Day Shipping.

We provide overnight shipping as a service for customers, however we do not guarantee this service and therefore do not refund charges if the item does not arrive in 24 hours or if the item has an issue.  (Of course, we would refund the cost of the product were it defective, but we will not provide free Overnight Shipping for replacement copies of defective Bibles.) FedEx is typically used for this service. We do not provide Saturday delivery for FedEx express shipping options, so orders placed on Friday will not be delivered until Monday, and orders placed after 2 PM [Eastern] Friday will ship the following Monday.

International Service :

evangelicalbible.com ships Bibles around the globe.  We use FedEx and “International Post“. – You make the choice at the checkout.  Our rates depend on where you live and the weight of the package.
(Disclaimer: Orders shipped outside of the United States may be subject to taxes, customs duties and other fees levied by the destination country. The recipient of an international shipment may be subject to these taxes, duties and fees, which are levied once the Bible reaches you. evangelicalbible.com has no control over these charges, nor can we predict what they may be.)