Shipping Policy

Free Standard Shipping on Orders Over SGD100.00  Discount automatically applied at checkout.

Our free shipping offer is valid on orders over SGD100.00 shipped via a Standard carrier of our choice who is residing in Singapore only. Offer does not apply to purchases made at wholesale pricing and applies only to purchases traveling to Singapore only. Offer is valid for online purchases only at Bloom.com.sg; not valid at any Affiliate store locations. Offer subject to change with or without prior notice.

In-Stock orders ship within 1-2 business days, Monday thru Friday. Orders placed on public holidays or weekends will begin processing the next business day. All stock orders ship from our appointed warehouse in Singapore and/or China. You will be notified during the checkout process of any out of stock items and its expected receipt date. All orders will be shipped via a reputable carrier.

Shipping Address Options

Packages can be sent to the same address as your billing address or to another delivery address. Either option may be selected during checkout process.

Refused Shipment for International Shipment

If you refuse a shipment from Bloom.com.sg, you are responsible for the original shipping charges, any Import Fees that are incurred on the package, and the cost of returning the package to Bloom.  This amount will be deducted from your merchandise refund.

Possible Delays

When orders shipped internationally and reached the destination country, they may be subjected to customs clearance procedures which can cause delays beyond original delivery estimates or during transit there might be an Act of God; Tornado, Earthquake, Flood etc.. which are beyond our control.

Force Majeure

Neither Buyer nor Bloom.com.sg shall be liable to the other for delays in performance of its obligation hereunder caused by acts of God, war (declared or non-declared), government regulation, terrorism, disaster, strikes, civil disorder, curtailment of transportation facilities, or similar occurrence beyond the party’s control, making it impossible, illegal, or commercially impracticable for one or both parties to perform its obligations under these Terms and Conditions, in whole or in part.