My mom has three pre-sale tickets coming (one of them is mine) and she will be away from home for the entire month of June. I know you have to sign for tickets, and if no one's around to sign USPS will send the package back to the Sender.
I'm worried that they will end up at Will Call. I will not be arriving at the gate with her and her boyfriend, so I can't get to Will Call with them.
It will be her first burn, in celebration of her 80th birthday, and I want her to have the joy of holding that ticket in her hot little hand, and the happy anticipation that comes with it. She's pretty stoked.
Can she contact BMORG and ask that they change the delivery address from hers to mine? I will be around all month to sign for them and I can send hers along to her.
Sorry if this is covered somewhere in the FAQ. I looked everywhere.
If no one is available when the delivery is attempted the first time, the letter-carrier will leave a PS Form 3849, Delivery Attempt Notice. This form notifies the addressee that an article is being held for them at the Post Office and will be available for pick-up the following business day. The addressee also has the option to have the item redelivered; it will not be done automatically. Five days after the first notice is left, a second delivery notice will be left. This item will be held for a number of days based on the specific service (usually 15 days). If it is not claimed, the item will be returned to the sender. source: http://goo.gl/Cs9w4 (google shortened URL pointing to USPS FAQ)
Burning man Ticket FAQ Q: How do I change my shipping address? A: You won't be able to change your shipping address until *after* you have been notified of your ticket order being processed and receive a confirmation number via email. When you have your confirmation number, go here ( http://tickets2.burningman.com/contact.php ) and select "change shipping address This is only for US and Canadian addresses. source: http://tickets2.burningman.com/faq.php#willcall