Dear BAD BAGS Family,

Just in time for the holiday season, we have some good news for our loyal customers: BAD BAGS will begin offering FREE SHIPPING –– forever.

That’s right, this isn’t just some short-term deal. From now on, the price you see on our website is the price you’ll pay at checkout. This move comes as part of BAD BAGS’ mission to provide our loyal customers with the best value and best quality duffel bags on the market. 

Of course, we understand that free shipping is not exactly a new concept in 2019. Mega online retailers like Amazon have begun offering free one-day shipping, making the click-to-doorstep process convenient. These retailers have accomplished this by spending billions developing sophisticated distribution networks, negotiating low-cost shipping agreements and absorbing these costs while taking huge losses.

While these same practices are difficult to replicate for small businesses, we still pride ourselves with prompt shipping. All individual/single duffel orders will ship USPS Priority Mail, taking only 2-3 days, anywhere in the USA. 

BAD BAGS works tirelessly to manufacture duffel bags of the highest quality, employ American workers, while keeping costs to our customers at a minimum. While we have been able to accomplish these goals by being a direct-to-consumer brand and eliminating excess costs, we knew free shipping was the next step. Not because it was easy, but because it’s what our customers deserved. 

Since 1990, our goal has always been to ensure the complete satisfaction of BAD BAG customers –– from your initial purchase to countless trips later. While our duffels consistently exceed travelers’ expectations with industry-leading durability, supreme functionality and a lifetime guarantee; offering free shipping is our way of saying THANK YOU for three decades of support. 

So with holiday shopping in full swing, get your friends and loved ones a gift that is guaranteed to keep on giving. Not just for years, but for life. 

We’ll take care of the shipping. 

Happy Holidays!



Malcolm Vetterlein