Shipping and Returns
The Luckshack makes use of the South African Postal Service, Fastway Couriers and PostNet to ship orders. We, unfortunately, do not ship to destinations outside of South Africa.
Orders are dispatched at least twice a week. However, we do our best to send out orders on a daily basis. We ship to the shipping address provided by customers when opening their account. Please make sure this is still correct when placing an order.
When selecting one of the Overnight Shipping options please keep in mind that, as much as we would like this, we do not have control over when the couriers do their rounds. This means that if your order is placed after 11AM in the morning, chances are that it will only be picked up the next day.
Because most of The Luckshack stores are closed on a Monday, all orders, even Overnight Orders, placed after 11 AM on Friday, will be shipped on Tuesday mornings.
Orders will only be dispatched once paid. We send a tracking number for each order that can be tracked via the website of the relevant Courier Company. Please note that once the package has left our store, we have no control over how the courier company services your delivery. Customers are always welcome to choose the free in store pick up option where you do not pay Postage and then arrange for their own courier at own expense.
Customers can also choose the free in-store pick up option, which means they will save on postage and/or courier fees. There is also a dedicated weekly courier between our branches, whereby stock and orders are sent hence and forth between the stores. Orders must be paid to the relevant store before the order will be sent. This service is free of charge, and is an excellent choice if you are not in a hurry to receive your cards within a day or two.
If an order received by a customer proves to be incorrect or not to reasonable satisfaction, please contact us within 4 days after receiving the parcel with the order number and the issue(s) relating to the order. We will promptly attempt to correct these issues.
Please bear in mind that older MTG singles will very likely carry a “Lightly Played” (LP) grade, and a few of them “Medium Played” (MP). We unfortunately do not upload grades for every card on our website, so if you receive a MP card, please accept our apologies. Where possible, we reduce the prices of MP singles compared to “Near Mint” NM singles.