1: Start here to find a FedEx location near you. FedEx Offices are most ideal, but Ship Centers are also good delivery endpoints. FedEx also has arranged service with several retailers, including Walgreens. See this page for more information about what retail locations will accept FedEx deliveries.
2: Check with the location to ensure that they'll accept your package. Some locations do not do this by default, and some have restrictions on what service levels they will hold for pickup. See this page for additional information regarding the services available at these location types.
3: List the exact address of that location on your order. Put the location type in the company field, such as "FedEx Office". This is required.
4: During checkout, choose a FedEx shipping option. This is required, and failure to do so may result in your package being returned to us automatically, which will result in delays and additional shipping charges. Package carriers generally do not accept deliveries from each other.
5: Watch your tracking info once you have it. Most FedEx locations will generally only hold a package for five business days before returning it to the sender. It is also not likely that they will contact you directly when your package arrives; it is your responsibility to know when it is ready for pickup. FedEx Delivery Manager is a fantastic tool for this; see this article for more information.