Yes, Christmas is a mere 4 days away, but you know what? It’s still not too late to order gifts online. Really! Lots of retailers are still guaranteeing Christmas delivery and the even better news is that they aren’t charging you for it.
So if there’s still someone you’d like to send a gift to–yes, yourself included–here are 5 sites with a proven track record of speedy delivery and awesome customer service in case anything goes awry.
1. Zappos.com: Believe it or not, you actually have until 12/23 to place your order because Zappos.com is offering free overnight shipping on all orders. But really, why put off until tomorrow what you can do today, right? I’m sure you know a little one who could use this adorable reindeer coverall for his/her first Christmas picture.
2. Endless.com. You’ll get free overnight shipping on new items and free 2-day shipping on almost everything else at Endless.com. And don’t think you’re limited to just shoes here. They have great bags and other small leather goods like this gorgeous leather laptop case which any dad who travels with a computer is sure to appreciate.
3. ToysRUs.com. If you place your order today, it will arrive by 12/24 using standard shipping from Toys ‘R Us. Yes, that includes Sing a Ma Jigs, Bigfoot the Monster and more of the season’s hottest toys.
4. Saks.com. If you’re willing to splurge because you waited until the last minute to shop, Saks is offering free overnight shipping on all orders with code HOLIDAYS at checkout. That means you have until 12/23 to place your order. If your kid needs a winter coat, we highly recommend this UGG Australia down jacket.
5. 6pm.com. If you waited until the last minute to shop hoping to find some deals, head to 6pm.com. They’re guaranteeing Christmas Eve delivery for all orders over $100 until 12/22. Here’s your chance to score a pair of Lelli Kelly shoes for your daughter at the 11th hour for 20% off.
Be sure to check out our sold-out guide for more great holiday gift ideas.
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