In case you haven''t been paying attention, Christmas is next week! That means that time is running out for you to get your packages off in the mail! That's right, you're running out of time to get your packages sent for the holidays.

Be sure to get your packages sent out RIGHT NOW if you want them to arrive by Christmas.

On an additional note, here's a friendly reminder that none of the major shipping companies will be delivering packages on Christmas Day.

United States Postal Service
The Standard Post Service for the US Postal Service deadline was December 15th but you can still get your packages to their destination on time if you hurry (and pay up).

Dec 19, 2015
First Class Mail Service Deadline

Dec 21st, 2015
Priority Mail Service Deadline

Dec 23, 2015
Priority Mail Express Service Deadline

Dec 25, 2015

United Parcel Service (UPS)
UPS will be offering normal pick-up and delivery service through December 23, with special restrictions on December 24 and no pick-up or delivery services on Christmas Day. There is also no pick-up or delivery service on New Year's Day. Check out their complete holiday schedule here.

Much like UPS, FedEx will also be on their normal operating schedule through December 23, with some modified services on December 24. They, too, are closed on Christmas Day. Here is the complete FedEx holiday schedule.

For all of you procrastinators out there who will undoubtedly wait until the last minute with some gifts, it looks like your best options for delivery on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day will be to do it yourself, by hand.

Or I guess you could always try to get in touch with Santa to see if he'd be willing to deliver for you. There didn't seem to be any info online regarding his exact schedule or delivery charges, though...