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Shipping is included on all orders within the contiguous United States. We also offer Free Delivery & White Glove Service on qualifying orders within 100 miles of Brooklyn, New York. 

Most soft goods such as pillows and Fibers will ship within 1 week while larger items such as mattresses and toppers will ship within 2 weeks. Depending on the time of year and size of the order, these numbers can vary up to a week. Please allow 2-5 business days for shipping from Brooklyn, New York depending on your location. Upon shipment, you will receive automated tracking information. 

For orders to Alaska and Hawaii, an additional fee may apply. Upon receipt of your order, we will contact you with an estimated shipping cost --- typically around 10-15% more than your original total. Alternatively, you may reach out to us before placing your order for a quote. 


For Canadian orders, shipping costs can range between 15% and 30% of your order total, depending on your location. Kindly contact us for a shipping quote prior to placing your order. Please note that most of our soft good products (mattresses, bedding, and pillows) fall under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and you should pay little or no tariff cost. Please have the following notice handy when you are receiving your products or dealing with your broker in Canada:
NAFTA: I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE GOOD COVERED BY THIS SHIPMENT QUALIFIES AS AN ORIGINATING GOOD FOR PURPOSES OF PREFERENTIAL TARIFF TREATMENT UNDER THE NAFTA.

International buyers may request a shipping quote by email prior to placing an order. We can be reached by email at info@ISleepSimple.com. Please be aware that each country has the authority to levy fees, tariffs, and taxes on imported goods. These are left to the discretion of the individual governments and vary from country to country. Foreign tariffs and taxes are not visible when purchasing postage and therefore, we cannot provide a quote for these fees. It is the responsibility of the addressee, as he or she was the purchaser of imported goods.