Your order will be shipped to you fully insured. We urge all customers to inspect your package for damage or tampering before receiving or signing for receipt.
Blue Nile orders are shipped with the reliability and accountability of UPS or USPS shipping.
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For more information about returning an item, read our policy on 30-Day Returns.
For a special touch, we'll include a free gift card and enclose your item in our distinctive Blue Nile packaging so every item arrives presentation-ready.
For insurance reasons, a signature is required for all shipments to shipping destinations outside of the United States, regardless of any signed waivers you may have.
When Will Your Order Be Shipped?
To help you plan when to expect your order, you'll find an estimated arrival date listed in the product details for each item. This arrival date is calculated based on the approximate number of days required to process, package, and deliver your order. For all available products, the arrival date is listed on the detail pages, in the "Shipping Information" section.
- If you place your order before the cutoff time on a regular business day (Monday through Friday), your order will begin processing that day.
- If you place an order on a holiday, Saturday or Sunday, or after the cutoff on a regular business day, your order will begin processing the following business day.
Blue Nile offers free shipping via trusted carriers into 45 countries and regions. For more information on international shipping, please visit our International Shipping page.
Packaging of Jewelry
Each item will arrive in a soft fabric pouch or a box inside a Blue Nile gift box. View the shipping details tab at the bottom of each product page to see how your order will be presented.
Packaging of Diamonds and Set Rings
Every item we send comes in our signature Blue Nile packaging. Engagement rings arrive in a deluxe ring box within an elegant presentation box ready for your proposal. The presentation box also secures your appraisal certificate and GIA diamond grading report. Loose diamonds are presented in a velvet lined diamond case that securely holds the stone.