(KTAL/KMSS) — If you are looking to send your holiday gifts by USPS ground service, you’ve missed the boat, but it’s not too late to get your gifts there in time for Christmas Day. These are the last-minute shipping vendor deadlines to get your presents under the tree in time.

If you’re sending mail through the United States Postal Service inside the U.S., you can still pay a little more to get it there by the big day.

Domestic Mail ClassDate (Excluding Alaska, Hawaii)
First-Class Mail ServiceDec. 17
Priority Mail ServiceDec. 18
Priority Mail Express ServiceDec. 23

International packages sent through the USPS should be sent by:

DestinationGlobal Express Guaranteed
AfricaDec. 20
Asia/Pacific RimDec. 20
Australia/New ZealandDec. 20
CanadaDec. 22
CaribbeanDec. 21
Central and South AmericaDec. 20
EuropeDec. 21
MexicoDec. 22
Middle EastDec. 20

You can use the Find USPS Locations tool to see the addresses and hours for each location in your area.

FedEx deadlines for a Christmas delivery start on Tuesday. The quickest and most expensive option is available until Christmas Eve, but the sooner you send your presents, the more likely they will arrive on time.

Mail ClassDate
FedEx Same DayDec. 24
FedEx One-Day FreightDec. 23
FO, PO, SO, Extra HoursDec. 23
Two-DayDec. 22
FedEx Express SaverDec. 21
FedEx Two-Day FreightDec. 22
FedEx Three-Day FreightDec. 21

Find FedEx Locations will show you the addresses and hours of places you can ship nearby.

UPS deadlines also begin Tuesday for their Three-Day Select service. Thursday is the last day possible to ship through UPS for Christmas Day delivery.

Mail ClassDate
UPS Three-Day SelectDec. 21
UPS Second-Day AirDec. 22
UPS Next-Day AirDec. 23

UPS online offers a Time and Cost Calculator and Find Locations tool to locate drop-off spots near you.