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Last Updated: 01/16/2018

Domestic


First Class Mail

1-3 Business Days

  • mail up to 13 oz
  • delivery time is NOT GUARANTEED
Size Requirements
Minimum
Maximum
Height 3.5" 4.25 "
Length
5" 6"
Thickness
0.007" 0.016"
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Standard Post

2-8 Business Days

  • delivery time is NOT GUARANTEED
  • Available for shipments up to 70 lbs and up to 130 inches in combined length and girth

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Priority Mail
Priority Mail Service Map - use Louisville, CO as the Origination
https://www.usps.com/priority-mail/map/

1-3 Business Days

  • Exceptions apply and delivery time is NOT GUARANTEED
  • Includes up to $50 of insurance with most shipments

Envelope
(Can be shipped via USPS Standard or Priority)
Envelopes must be rectangular to qualify for letter prices.
Size Requirements
Minimum
Maximum
Height 3.5" 6.125"
Length
5" 11.5"
Thickness
0.007" 0.25"

Flats
(Can be shipped via USPS Standard or Priority)
Envelopes only, no boxes

Large envelopes must be rectangular to qualify for flat pricing.
Large envelopes that exceed size requirements of a letter will be charged package prices.
Size requirements

Minimum
Maximum
Height 3.5" 12"
Length
5" 15"
Thickness
0.007" 0.75"

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International


First Class Mail International

11-21 days
Published rates start at $14.73. EcoEnclose discounted rates may be less. *

  • Exceptions apply and delivery time is NOT GUARANTEED
  • Eligible for flats up to 4 lbs and up to $400 in value
  • If a mailpiece exceeds the maximum length, height, or thickness of one rate, it will be charged at the next higher rate. Large envelopes that exceed maximum dimensions will be charged package rates
  • This is a great option to use for small shipments that aren’t time-sensitive.

Priority Mail International

6-10 Business Days
Published rates start at $30.16. EcoEnclose discounted rates may be less.*

  • Exceptions apply and delivery time is NOT GUARANTEED
  • Includes up to $50 of insurance with most shipments
  • Up to 70 lbs.

*The package recipient is responsible for paying any local fees to receive the package including customs, duties and taxes.

International Transfer of Mail

When a USPS shipment leaves the US and reaches the a foreign location, it is transferred to the postal carrier operating in that country. You can find the name and website of the local postal carrier here:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_national_postal_services



Attachments:   12/29/2017: USPS Priority Time in Transit Map.docx
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