The enforcement of the Prevent All Cigarette Trafficking (PACT) Act in the United States bans the U.S. Postal Service from delivering vaping products until companies decide to comply with strict regulations.
Such a scenario means that vape retailers must look for solutions to bypass the PACT Act and not violate the law at the same time.
So, how do you receive vaping products delivered through the mail? Here’s one instance wherein you can still obtain your products in the mail.
Ordering vape juice from an online vape retailer – for example – and having it delivered to you through the mail is still possible as long as that retailer and their new shipping network of independent private carriers cover your location.
To ascertain whether your area is covered, you must first use the zip code finder tool on that retailer’s official website.
If your region is not yet covered, you should contact the online vape retailer for further details on getting notified when your location becomes available.
Well-known online vape retail store EightVape has a waitlist page for customers to register once they find out that the new shipping network doesn’t include them.
Small online vape retail store VaporFi, on the other hand, requests non-covered customers to contact them directly so they’ll be put on a call list and informed when their region becomes available.