US Postal Service anticipating 28 million packages daily before Christmas

The cutoff for UPS ground delivery is Dec. 13, compared with a typical deadline of Dec. 14.
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Next this Friday night to your money. Less than two weeks to go, and one major shipping deadline is tonight, but several more are coming. Some tips tonight, from Rebecca Jarvis, out to save your money tonight. Reporter: Tonight, the sprint to get those gifts delivered to the Christmas finish line on time. the carriers working around the clock with nearly 2 1/2 billion packages estimated to ship over the holiday season. The U.S. Postal service alone anticipating 28 million packages per day the week before Christmas. I think the mail has shifted. We have more packages than ever before. Reporter: And now, the deadline quickly approaching to ship at the lowest cost. Tonight, the cutoff for ups ground delivery. Tomorrow, December 14th, the U.S. Postal service's standard shipping deadline. And the 16th for FedEx ground. Beyond that, you could be hit with expedited shipping fees. Here at the U.S. Postal service, the final date to get it by Christmas is December 23rd. Double-check the website to make sure your location is included. Remember, procrastinators pay more. Rebecca, thank you. When we come back, the major development in the Boston murder

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