For our Canadian bound parcels, you are unable to send packages to a P.O. Box. Deliveries to P.O. Boxes can only be completed using a postal service.
For our USA bound parcels, you will be able to send packages to a P.O. Box or any Military (APO/FPO/DPO) address as delivery is completed by the United States Postal Service. For more information about correctly addressing APO/FPO/DPO addresses, please view this fantastic guide by USPS.
What is a P.O. Box?
P.O. Box stands for Post Office Box and is a unique address used only to receive mail items sent to you and not as a storage or security compartment. It is usually seen in a postal office location.
What is an APO address?
APO stands for Army Post Office and is a location associated with Army or Air Force installations.
What is an FPO address?
FPO stands for Fleet Post Office and is a location associated with Navy installations and ships.
What is a DPO address?
DPO stands for Diplomatic Post Office and is associated with U.S. Diplomatic locations.