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Ground Shipping

What is BA Ground shipping?

BA Ground is a low-cost shipping service that delivers to businesses and commercial areas. If you need to ship to a residential address, use BA Home Delivery®, which delivers every day of the week.

What's the difference between BA Ground and BA Home Delivery? BA Ground delivers packages 150 lbs. or less to businesses or commercial addresses Monday–Friday. BA Home Delivery, which is part of the BA Ground network, delivers packages 150 lbs. or less to residences every day of the week. It delivers faster to more U.S. households on Saturday and Sunday than UPS Ground. A $4 residential surcharge is added per package with BA Home Delivery.

How do I get my ground packages to BA? You can drop off your packages at BA Office® locations or at any of our retail network locations, including many participating Dollar General and Walgreens stores. FIND A LOCATION NEAR YOU Have a BA account? If not, sign up for one. You can schedule package pickups for a small fee, and you can even use those pickups to ship your returns. If you ship a lot, you can set up recurring pickups to save time.

How long does BA Ground shipping take? Delivery takes 1–5 business days (3–7 business days to Alaska and Hawaii), depending on how far away the destination is. The BA Ground delivery window is 8 a.m.–8 p.m. To see BA Ground transit times, check the BA Ground map.



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Tons of ground shipping annually

Sending many packages to the same place at the same time?

Shipping/transit time Delivery within the contiguous U.S. takes 1–5 business days. Shipping to and from Alaska and Hawaii requires 3–7 business days.1 Check transit times.

Weight limit and maximum package size Packages up to 150 lbs., 108" in length, and 165" in length plus girth (L+2W+2H) can be shipped.

Delivery area BA Ground delivers throughout all 50 states to all U.S. business addresses. BA International Ground® ships between the U.S. and Canada, and within Canada