Newegg Partnered Carrier (UPS)
Newegg partnered carriers offer deeply discounted rates, and the cost is billed to your account as a “Newegg Shipping Label”. We will provide a shipping label that you can print and use with our partnered carriers. The rates apply to shipments originating from the continental 50 U.S. states only (does not include Puerto Rico or APO/FPO addressed).
Note: This service is currently not available for International Sellers.
Shipment Measurement Guidelines:
|Shipments Weight and Size Limitations
- Packages can be up to 150 lbs. (70 kg)
- Packages can be up to 165 inches (419 cm) in (Length + 2x Width + 2x Height)
- Packages can be up to 108 inches (270 cm) in Length
- Packages with a large size-to-weight ratio require special pricing and dimensional weight calculations:
- Example: A box measuring 34″ x 34″ x 34″ exceeds the maximum dimensions. The length (34″) plus 2x width (2 x 34″) and 2x height (2 x 34″) equals 170″.
- If packages Length plus 2x Width plus 2x Height exceeds 130 inches (330 cm), UPS applies a Large Package Surcharge:
- Example: A box measuring 36” x 26” x 26” the length (36”) plus 2x width (2 x 26”) and 2x height (2 x 26”) equals 140”. UPS will accept the box, but they may apply a Large Package Surcharge.
- If a package’s volume is more than 5,184 cubic inches (3 cubic feet), UPS compares the dimensional weight (cubic inches divided by 166) with the actual weight. If the dimensional weight is greater than actual weight, UPS uses the package’s dimensional weight as the billable weight:
- Example: A package measuring 26″ x 16″ x 16″ has a volume of 6,656 cubic inches. The dimensional weight equals 6,656 divided by 166 or 41 lbs. If the package’s actual weight is 24 lbs., the dimensional weight may be used for the billable weight.
- For large packages, UPS determines the billable weight by taking the package dimensions into account.
- For large packages, if the dimensional weight is greater than the actual weight, UPS may use the dimensional weight instead of the actual weight.
Last updated: October 15, 2018