SAN DIEGO — CBD.market, an online CBD store, has expanded shipping of its CBD oil products to Puerto Rico, Guam and the U.S. Virgin Islands. In addition to opening up shipping for customers in these territories, the popular online CBD retail store is also offering international shipping to Australia for the first time. Customers shopping online with CBD.market can select their regions in the checkout screen to calculate shipping costs for their orders. CBD.market’s growth comes as the CBD industry is on a fast track to growth on a global basis.
CBD.market customers shopping from newly introduced locations will enjoy the same fast, affordable and reliable shipping methods that existing CBD.market customers have been enjoying for years: https://cbd.market/shop.
All CBD.market orders are shipped via the United States Postal Service (USPS). CBD.market’s shipping policies include:
- Free shipping via USPS for all United States orders over $60.
- US Customers ordering CBD products through CBD.market can expect standard shipping times between three and seven business days.
- International customers can expect longer shipping estimates based on factors like location and shipping volumes.
“We go to great efforts to make sure that your order is processed very quickly once you have completed your order,” shares CBD.market Head of Fulfillment, Pete Cerep. “However, due to extenuating circumstances (weather, holidays, and logistics), some shipments may take longer than others.”
Cerep is dedicated to the idea of making premium, tested CBD products available to more customers due to the lack of availability of high quality, transparent CBD products in many parts of the world.
Customers purchasing online with CBD.market from the company’s newest shipping locations will be able to take advantage of the sales and specials routinely offered by the company to save up to 50 percent off on many orders. The retailer’s CBD rewards program offers customers options for earning points that can be redeemed for discounts.
A leading CBD online retailer focused on elevating the CBD experience through a mix of customer education and access to premium CBD products from respected CBD manufacturers, CBD.market leads the way in offering third-party-tested, organic edibles, tinctures, capsules and more. CBD.market intends to carry over the crisp, transparent shipping policies that have already helped customers throughout the United States enjoy reliable CBD delivery at reasonable prices.
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