Is it too late to get it there for Christmas? Well, probably.

Today, Saturday the 16th, is the final day to order shirts and hoodies and get them in time for Christmas. All other items (hats, prints, pillows, mugs, totes) had a shipping deadline of the 11th. You can still order them, and I upgrade all late orders to Priority shipping when possible just to help, but I would say it's 99% certain they won't get there in time for Christmas at this point. You can always check more detail about timings in the earlier shipping deadlines post here: Christmas is Coming!

Also this year, any shirt and hoodie orders made after the 17th will not ship until January 3rd. (So any shirt orders after the 17th definitely won't get there in time for Christmas - or New Years!)

Gift Cards are another option. Gift cards are available on demand in amounts from $5 to $150 and are delivered by email, so you can order those anytime. I have to flip a switch on the website to make those available, so just email me or message me if you want to buy one and I will turn that on!

Hopefully you've seen the emails and social media postings on this and don't get caught by surprise, but my apologies for any inconvenience this causes anyone. In past years, delivery services (especially USPS) were somehow working miracles and getting things there amazingly fast. This year there have been much slower deliveries and more complications than normal, so if you are counting on something getting there, I'm much more wary about the chances of that happening and really don't want you or anyone else disappointed! With Christmas on a Monday this year, that window is narrower, too. As for shirts, I ship those myself and this year I'll be home visiting family, so even if you're near El Porto there's still no way for me to deliver it to you last minute.

As always thanks for supporting OsoPorto and if you are getting or giving something from us, I really hope you love it! I hope you have a really great holiday with family or friends and look forward to a better 2018 for everyone.



December 16, 2017 — Jon Berry