Want to save time and ship from home? Use Click-N-Ship® to pay for postage and print a shipping label from your printer. Plus, you can schedule a USPS® pickup from your home or office.1
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2. Available only with certain products and to certain domestic destinations. Insurance does not cover certain items. For details regarding claim exclusions, see Sections 609.4.3 (Non-payable Claims), 609 (Filing Indemnity Claims for Loss or Damage), and 503.4 (Insured Mail) of the Domestic Mail Manual. Back ^
3. Not available with Flat Rate envelopes and small Flat Rate boxes or when shipping to certain destinations. Purchased insurance replaces ordinary indemnity coverage. See the International Mail Manual for availability and limitations of coverage. Back ^
5. In most cases, the expected delivery date that is printed on your receipt or provided at checkout will reflect a delivery time of 1, 2, or 3 days based on origin, destination, and Post Office™ acceptance time. Exceptions and restrictions apply. Visit Priority Mail for details. Back ^