Dropship Freight
The flat rate freight fee of $7.50 applies exclusively to orders that qualify for free freight (over $200), but where a portion of the order contains non-stock drop ship skus with a value of less than $100. This will be measured per shipment, per vendor, per warehouse. Here are four scenario’s that help explain the logic.

Scenario # 1

You place a $265 order, it qualifies for free freight, but if a portion of that order is made up of $82 in non-stock skus from Badger, you will be charged $7.50.

Scenario # 3

You place a $265 order, it qualifies for free freight, but if a portion of the order is made up of $68 in non-stock skus from Independent Trading’s PA warehouse, and $82 from Independent Trading’s CA warehouse, you will see $15 added to your order ($7.50∗2).

Scenario # 2

You place a $265 order, it qualifies for free freight, but if a portion of the order is made up of $82 in non-stock skus from Badger and $43 from Augusta, you will see a total of $15 added to your orders ($7.50∗2).

Scenario # 4

You place a $82 order of non-stock skus from Badger, you will just be charged the freight like you normally would since the order does not qualify for free freight in the first place. The $7.50 would not apply in this case.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
  • The flat freight fee will apply, even in the context of split shipped orders with total value in excess of $200, if the non-stock drop ship portion of the order is valued less than $100.
  • The flat freight fee will NOT apply to non-stock drop ship orders with a value of $100 or greater, although regular freight charges will apply if the total value of the order from all locations falls below the $200 free-freight threshold.
  • The flat freight fee will NOT apply to drop ship orders of items that we stock in any of our DC’s where our inventory level does not meet your needs, or the drop ship warehouse provides faster delivery.


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