Holiday Packages May Not Make It in Time

ABC News' Becky Worley reports some ways to help make sure you send the perfect gift in time for the holidays.
2:10 | 12/12/15

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Welcome back, uncle Ron. Advice for people panicking about holiday presents. Shipping companies are struggling to keep up. Becky wor sli here with tips to make sure your gifts arrive on time. What you got for us, Becky? Reporter: Good morning, Dan. Good morning, gift givers of America. It's crunch time for online shopping. Those deadlines may will inching up on you. Delivery services are overwhemed with gifts bought online. Two days left of Hanukkah and two weeks until Christmas, time is running out. And according to shipping information company, ship matrix, expected package delivery yous might spell trouble. I was expecting the gifts to get here. Nothing will be under the tree. Reporter: The reason, U.P.S. And FedEx just can't keep up. The number of people ordering online skyrocketing this year. Making on time deliveries a challenge. How can you make sure you don't get left out in the cold. First, get high-tech. Apps like slice can help you monitor all of your online orders and show you exactly when your package is set to arrive. Easier, a new app called curb side. It lets you order on your phone from many retailers then schedule a pickup. I pull in and fire up the app. They bring everything I ordered right to the car. I don't have to get out. Welcome to target curb side. May I have your I.D.? Got your items right here. Thank you so much. Is there that was convenient. If your must-have gift is only online, order in time. If you need standard shipping, you have three more days to ship with the post office. FedEx setting the cutoff for December 16th. U.p.s. Gives you two extra days before you have to shell out the extra cash to make sure your gift arrives on time. Don't forget that ordering online and picking up in store is a great option. Stores like Best Buy, Macy's, apple let you shop online and if local stores have inventory, you can go grab quur goodies all the way until Christmas eve. We get ourselves in this situation every year. We're never going to learn. Moving to a game full of

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