Before placing your order, please read and click button below to acknowledge :

During the summer, we are offering free delivery for a good portion of Calgary. We will now deliver to the surrounding communities for a fee; please enter your address on the order page to calculate the rate. (this includes Airdrie, Cochrane, De-Winton, Okotoks, Chestermere, etc ).  

Pickups 

Anytime between 9am and 4pm, Monday through Friday (closed, holidays and weekends).

No appointment necessary for “nugget” orders 60 lbs and under. Please call ahead for “pellets” and larger orders (to avoid wait times). Note, we utilize physical distancing practices.

We do not deliver the smaller “pellets”, as they are too perishable. 

Nugget Deliveries 

Afternoons (noon-5pm), Monday through Saturday.

Yes, we are now delivering on Saturdays!  But our store is still closed weekends and holidays. Just enter your information and day you’d like it delivered on the ordering page. Unfortunately, same day delivery requests can’t be accommodated at this time.

Delivery Rates are automatically calculated on the order page as follow:

Within 12 km driving distance from our location is Free!

12-22 km is $5

22+ km is $5 plus $1 per KM

  • We do not deliver the smaller “pellets”, as they are too perishable.
  • All delivered dry ice is currently pre-pay only through our website, our drivers do not carry cash or debit machines.
  • Delivery is contactless during the pandemic. Please place a cooler on your front step, especially if you are going out.
  • Don’t put your dry ice in the freezer – it will still disappear and the cold temperature may trick your thermostat and turn off your fridge! Camping coolers are the best way to preserve it longer.
  • Please enter any special instructions/requests in the notes section on the delivery page.
  • Apartments/condos that require buzzers – your dry ice will be left in the lobby after being buzzed in.
  • All delivered dry ice is currently pre-pay only through our website, our drivers do not carry cash or debit machines.

NOTE: Calgary Dry Ice is not responsible if you leave the dry ice sitting on the step/lobby and it disappears – we will not provide refunds.

 

SAFETY WARNINGS & DISCLAIMER

Dry ice is extremely cold (-79 degrees Celsius), so always use gloves or a towel when handling it!  Do not put dry ice in your mouth!

Dry ice converts to carbon dioxide gas. If left in a confined space, the carbon dioxide gas will displace oxygen and present a suffocation hazard.  Do not inhale dry ice vapour.

Do not trap dry ice in a container that is completely airtight (coolers are ok). When dry ice sublimates to carbon dioxide gas, the gas pressure greatly expands. This expansion will cause an airtight container to expand and possibly explode.

Calgary Dry Ice Ltd is not responsible for personal injury or damages of any kind that result from the improper handing or misuse of dry ice sold or given to its customers.