What does it mean when I see “expected delivery date,” “date range” and “no expected delivery date” in my Track results?

Find the meaning of common terms found on the progress bar in Track results:

Expected delivery date

An expected delivery date result shows the estimated date that a package or letter will arrive.

Date range

A date range, such as 3–5 business days, is an estimate of when your parcel will arrive.

No expected delivery date

The term “no expected delivery date” may appear if shipment data is not provided to us electronically. This status does not mean the delivery of your package is delayed. Rest assured — your parcel is moving through our network and making its way to its destination.

Keep checking Track for updates as your parcel travels to its destination.