Death Wish Coffee and the Armed Forces

By DeathWishCoffee — / The Biz

Fueling our Armed Forces

First and foremost, from all of us here at Death Wish Coffee, we would like to sincerely say thank you for your service. Service members and veterans alike deserve a strong brew. We receive inquiries every day regarding orders heading to members of our Armed Forces. Here are some of those most frequently asked questions answered for you.

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Do you offer a military discount?

While we can't hook everyone up as much as we'd like to, we do offer a 15% military discount to all service members and veterans. Just use discount code MILITARY in the discount codes section of check out, and you’ll see those savings.

Armed forces standing in front of a military vehicle with Death Wish Coffee mugs in their hands.

Can you ship to an APO/FPO address?

We ship to APO/FPO addresses with no additional costs! When entering your shipping address, be sure to include the unit, hull and/or box numbers, for APO/FPO shipping addresses (if assigned). To prevent mail from entering any foreign mail networks, do not include city or country names in APO/FPO shipping addresses.

Follow these guidelines for a safe and sound delivery:

  • The city is entered as either "APO" or "FPO."
  • In the state drop-down menu, select the suitable option of Armed Forces Americas (AA), Armed Forces Europe (AE) or Armed Forces Pacific (AP).
  • The country must be United States.
  • You must enter your zip code.
  • Always remember to enter your full name, grade and PSC or unit number.


PFC John Doe
123rd ENG 2nd PLT - B CO
APO AE 09398-9998
Baghdad, IRAQ


PFC John Doe
123rd ENG 2nd PLT - B CO
APO AE 09398-9998

* Note: Remember to enter the correct billing address associated with your card if it is any different from the shipping address. If you are shipping a package to someone other than yourself, be sure to enter your email address to receive all summary information, but also enter the recipient’s name and shipping information.

Do you charge additional fees to ship to APO/FPOs?

We proudly ship to Armed Forces addresses and will not charge any shipping fees in addition to our regular rates to make it happen. All charges coming directly from us here at Death Wish Coffee are reflected in the total at the point of sale. We offer free shipping to FPO/APO addresses for customers with a Death Wish Coffee account. Those who do not have an account and spend under $50 USD will be charged $5 USD for shipping costs. If for any reason your shipping costs are listed as more, double-check that all details of your address have been entered in the correct field.

A U.S. military troop dressed in uniform standing on the grass holding up a black and white Death Wish Coffee flag.

How long will it take for my package to reach my Military Post Office?

Department of Defense shipping times will vary based on your APO or FPO address. All orders from our site ship directly with the USPS Priority Mail.  Check out these time frames for a general idea of delivery times:

EUROPE / ATLANTIC (APO / FPO AE ZIP Codes beginning with 090-092, 094-099)
First Class Mail / Priority ...........................................7-9 Days

IRAQ / AFGHANISTAN / MIDDLE EAST (APO FPO AE ZIP Codes beginning with 093)
First Class Mail / Priority .........................................7-13 Days Package Services

JAPAN, KOREA, PACIFIC ISLANDS FAR EAST (APO / FPO AP ZIP Codes beginning with 962 through 966) First Class Mail / Priority .........................................7-10 Days

CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA / CARIBBEAN (APO / FPO AA addresses beginning with 340) First Class Mail / Priority ...........................................7-9 Days


Don’t forget! We’re always more than happy to help you out on our end! We understand that military addresses are tricky to enter. If there’s anything that we can clear up for you or help you with, just send us an email or give us a call Monday-Friday 8 AM – 5 PM EST at (518) 400-1050.

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