20+ lbs of Real Snow

  • 20+ lbs of Real Snow

20+ lbs of Real Snow

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  • We Guarantee Snow on Arrival - 100% of the time

    If you would like a specific delivery date, please email us: shipsnowyo@gmail.com

    Literally -- the coolest -- gift this season!

    This box of natural snow measures 16" x 16" x 16" and weighs about 20 lbs!  It's huuggee.  Bigly snow. 

    Make a Snowman or host your very own snowball fight... there's enough snow for 20-30 medium sized snowballs.

    We collect natural snow in the mountains of Northern Vermont and package it up using an Airtight Styrofoam cooler.

    We then ship the box of snow Overnight via FedEx Express Air transport. 

    All shipments include tracking info and a scheduled date of arrival.  Please be patient, your tracking number will be sent immediately once the shipment is ready for pickup.

    We ship as close to 6pm to minimize the time in transit.  

    Shipments actual weight may vary depending on the consistency of the snow +/- 5 lbs.  

    Shipping Info

    We ship thousands of pounds of snow every year and have negotiated a Volume discount with FedEx.  We pass our 40% savings directly to you!

    Get a free shipping estimate by starting the checkout process.

    Shipping Comparison

    Overnight Priority Estimates

    - 10+ lbs of Snow o Los Angeles, CA $85

    - 20+ lbs to Los Angeles, CA $105 - Most Efficient

    - 50+ lbs to Los Angeles, CA $210

    Shipping time estimates

    Please contact us if you would like an exact time of arrival.

    Overnight priority shipments arrive by 6am, 8am or 10:30am depending on how far from Vermont the destination is.

    Overnight standard shipments arrive by 3pm the following day or by 8pm.

    Shipping Logistics

    We maximize the volume of snow and minimize shipping cost by identifying the perfect shipping sizes based on Dimensional weight.  

    "Dimensional weight is a pricing technique for commercial freight transport (including courier and postal services), which uses an estimated weight that is calculated from the length, width and height of a package." - Wikipedia