Our products are currently shipped as full cases as we receive them from the manufacturer. Two cases minimum order
We can only ship to the billing address of the credit card.
When can I purchase fireworks?
Online ordering allows you to purchase fireworks anytime of the year (365 days).
Delivery time to most US cities is 7 – 10 days.
What’s the cost to ship my fireworks?
All fireworks orders must be shipped via common carrier (tractor trailer) in the United States. Freight companies like UPS Ground and FedEx Ground do not handle flammable materials such as fireworks – therefore we must utilize a freight company that will deliver your fireworks on a large truck. The minimum shipping rate for fireworks, due to the hazmat classification by the DOT, is $125.
All orders of $2,000 or more receive free shipping.
Sparklers and Poppers (Snaps):
We can ship sparklers to every state except Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico. Sparklers are classified as novelties by the federal government and are not defined as consumer fireworks. Under this classification sparklers can legally be shipped via ground methods. All orders of sparklers and poppers will be shipped via USPS or UPS ground services in accordance with the Department of Transportation guidelines. If you are concerned about the legality of sparklers in your area, please check with your facility and your fire marshal’s office before making a purchase.
MASS Products, Inc. ships fireworks only to addresses in the 48 contiguous United States.
Due to legal restrictions, MASS Products, Inc. cannot ship fireworks to the following states. No exceptions.
Alaska – No shipping.
Connecticut – Shipping only to retailers.
Delaware – No shipping.
Hawaii – No shipping.
Maryland – No shipping.
Massachusetts – No shipping.
Oregon – No shipping.
For states where we can only ship to retailers we will need a copy of your retail permit before processing your order.
We cannot ship to APO/FPO or P.O. Boxes.
We do not ship fireworks outside of the contiguous United States.
We are not responsible for damaged, lost, misdirected, or stolen merchandise. Always inspect your order and have the driver note any damages on the delivery receipt BEFORE signing. Forward any such information to us so we can assist you in making a claim with the shipping company. While we make every attempt to ship your order in time for delivery before the July 4th holiday, we cannot guarantee delivery dates. When placing your order, please allow enough time for any unforeseen delays in processing, transit and delivery. Once your order is placed in the possession of the shipping carrier, ownership passes to you. To avoid confiscation or possible fines, make sure that fireworks are legal in your area. Neither MASS Products, Inc. nor the shipping companies know all the exact county and local laws in your area and are not responsible for the use of our merchandise.
Are Fireworks Legal in My State?
You may want to consult with the state, county, and local officials in the area where you will be shooting fireworks. Even in states where fireworks are permitted, certain counties and cities may have additional restrictions. Your local fire department will usually be aware of firework laws in your area. Note that in many areas it is illegal to shoot fireworks unless you have a permit. Please consult with your local officials in order to obtain a permit. Please obey the firework laws where you will be transporting, distributing, and discharging fireworks.
When you agree to our Purchasing and Hold Harmless Agreement you are stating that you have all necessary permits. It is then your responsibility, not that of MASS Products, Inc., to ensure that you can legally possess these fireworks. People not having permits where required run the risk of fines and/or confiscation of fireworks without any recourse to us or the shipping company.
We are not responsible for the use of our merchandise. Any injuries or such that may occur are not our responsibility, so please remember that fireworks are fun, but they are not toys.
NEVER LET CHILDREN PLAY WITH FIREWORKS! Please read tips on Fireworks Safety from the National Safety Council.