What dates are affected by holiday delays?

When planning your order, consider holidays which may cause factory closures. If your product is manufactured abroad, consider that some ports and customs offices are closed during holidays, which may add to the delay. 

The lead times published in our Catalog and Delivery Schedule take into account delays caused by the holidays listed below. You can also find deadlines to receive packaging by Black Friday in our peak season deadlines tracker. Keep in mind that every manufacturer has specific lead times that will only be visible to you once you receive a quote.

United States

  • New Year’s Day: January 1
  • Memorial Day: last Monday of May
  • Independence Day: July 4
  • Labor Day: 1st Monday of September
  • Thanksgiving Day: fourth Thursday of November
  • Christmas Eve: December 24
  • Christmas Day: December 25


  • Lunar New Year: January 22 – February 22
  • Tomb Sweeping Day: April 5 – 8
  • Labor Day: April 29 – May 1
  • Dragon Boat Festival: June 7
  • Mid-Autumn Festival: September 13
  • Golden Week: October 1 – 7
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