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FedEx SmartPost

FedEx SmartPost may take a couple of days longer than FedEx Ground, but this shipping method is typically worth it due to its lower cost. FedEx SmartPost is for non time critical B2C packages which utilizes USPS for final delivery to its destination address. To use FedEx SmartPost for your outbound shipping, you will need to make sure you have enabled it for your FedEx account. The best way to do this is to contact your FedEx representative to make sure they know you’re using Smart Post and ask them to provide you with your SmartPost Hub ID.

Here is a list of the main HubIDs provided by FedEx:

FedEx HubID HubID
5185 ALPA Allentown
5303 ATGA Atlanta
5281 CHNC Charlotte
5929 COCA Chino
5751 DLTX Dallas
5802 DNCO Denver
5481 DTMI Detroit
5087 EDNJ Edison
5431 GCOH Grove City
5771 HOTX Houston
5436 GPOH Groveport Ohio
5902 LACA Los Angeles
5465 ININ Indianapolis
5648 KCKS Kansas City
5254 MAWV Martinsburg
5379 METN Memphis
5552 MPMN Minneapolis
5531 NBWI New Berlin
5110 NENY Newburgh
5015 NOMA Northborough
5327 ORFL Orlando
5194 PHPA Philadelphia
5854 PHAZ Phoenix
5150 PTPA Pittsburgh
5958 SACA Sacramento
5843 SCUT Salt Lake City
5983 SEWA Seattle
5631 STMO St. Louis
5893 RENV Reno

There are some important things you should know about the FedEx SmartPost requirements:

  • Transit times of 2 to 7 days.
  • Max package weight of 70 lbs.
  • One single tracking number from FedEx
  • Outbound shipments only from the 48 contiguous American states.
  • Delivery to all 50 American states and territories, including PO Boxes and APO/FPO addresses.

To enable FedEx SmartPost, login to your Cirkuit back office and go to Cart->Configure->Shipping Settings->FedEx Shipping. Once here enable the checkbox for FedEx SmartPost and enter your HubID.

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