PACT Act and the end of vape mail...

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PACT Act and the end of vape mail...

Congress has included vapor products in the PACT Act. Effectively restricting consumers ability to buy any vape related products online.

Vape Mail is going away…

As some of you may know, as part of the omnibus / COVID spending bill signed in the end of 2020, vape companies and vape products are now included in the PACT Act. This is going into effect at the end of this month.


Shipping vape products (and by extension all related hardware, parts, etc.) is now banned through USPS for consumer shipping. Furthermore FedEx, UPS and DHL have implemented policy refusing to ship vapor products full stop. Many other smaller carriers have done the same. The restrictions and regulations included in the PACT Act make these shippers liable and come with hefty penalties. Companies and carriers can also face criminal charges from the ATF for violations.

While there may end up being solutions available in the future, many are in the planning stage. Costs of shipping products will increase, when and if a solution does become available.

This is a sad turn of events for our long-time customers across the country, as we have no way of transporting the products you’ve been buying for years. We will continue to seek out options for our customers.

Monday March 28 (3/28/2021) is the last day we’ll accept online orders.

For more information on the vape industries inclusion in the PACT Act, follow the link below. 

Vape Shipping and the PACT Act - What we know so far