Free Shipping on Orders $150+ in Zone 1
***We are closed on Monday, May 29th for Memorial Day. There will be no shipping or customer service available on this day. Regular shipping will resume on Tuesday, May 30th. ***
Shipping charges, and free shipping minimums, via UPS are calculated by zones after any discounts are applied. We ship on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays to ensure that shipments arrive the same week they are sent out and maintain required temperatures in transit.
Zone 2 — Flat rate $85 overnight shipping
Zone 3 — Flat rate $105 overnight shipping
Shipping to Alaska, Hawaii or Puerto Rico —please contact CustomerCare@wulfsfish.com for a custom quote
Order cut-offs: Orders must be placed by midnight on Sunday to ship Monday, by midnight Monday to ship Tuesday, and by midnight Tuesday to ship Wednesday. Orders placed after midnight on Tuesday will be shipped the following week.
Contact CustomerCare@wulfsfish.com as soon as possible if you have any special requests orneed to makechanges toyourorder. Pleasenote this may result in a delay in shipping your order.
Making sustainable choices and minimizing waste is part of everything we do, and transitioning to eco-friendly shipping materials is top of our list. Our Wulf’s shipping boxes and insulated liners are made with plant-based renewable materials and are 100% curbside recyclable with your other paper recycling.
Orders Ship Frozen, Because It’s Better
All orders for Home Delivery have been individually vacuum packed and super-frozen. We do this because we believe it’s the best way to give you the highest quality product, preserved at peak freshness, and available on your schedule.
Fish is packed in an insulated box with dry ice and a temperature indicator for your safety. Fish may arrive partially thawed and is safe to store in your freezer upon receipt.
Defrost product in the refrigerator for 8-10 hours before use. Once defrosted, use within three days. Caviar will defrost quickly at room temperature and may be consumed immediately.
Want more information on why we freeze and what that means to you? Wulf’s Fish FAQ