UPS (ups, +0.24%) wants retailers and their customers to pony up more money for their holiday season packages.

The delivery company on Monday announced a new 27 cent surcharge on all U.S. ground shipments to homes between Nov. 19 and Dec. 2, a period that includes the major Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping occasions, and again from December 17-23 when business picks up again as procrastinators try to wrap up their Christmas shopping with a flurry of online shopping.

During that last week rush, UPS will also charge an 81-cent fee for next day air delivery, and 97 cents for two- or three-day ground delivery. (Those surcharges won’t be applied in…