One of the very reasons eJuices.com was founded was to give you access to your favorite vaping products at the lowest price point. For the past eight years, we have been working hard despite all the challenges that come our way. Another challenge that has come our way is private shipping services ending delivery of vape products .
What We Know About The Vape Mail Ban
The vape mail ban, passed in the Congressional spending bill, ended USPS’ ability to ship vaping products straight to consumers’ homes. FedEx also announced that they were also ending the shipping of vaping products directly to consumers as of March 1. Now, UPS is ending vape mail. “Effective April 5, 2021, UPS will not transport vaping products to, from, or within the United States due to the increased complexity to ship these products,” Vaping360’s Jim McDonald reports. DHL already had a ban on domestic retail shipments involving vape products.
The new rules are very broad and need clarification, and they may change. USPS has not issued any new rules as of this writing. Assuming the new law allows manufacturers and distributors to ship vape products to each other, just like smokeless tobacco and cigarettes are currently allowed to be shipped to shops, vape shops can still receive products.
Vape Shops and COVID-19
Another factor comes into play considering we are still in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Depending on local and state laws, vape shops may not be allowed to open up or only allow curbside pickup and delivery. Some customers may not be willing to go to a vape shop at this time either. This will ultimately make it more difficult for customers to receive vaping products, especially if they are not located close to a vape shop.
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