Rate Change Information

The United States Postal Service® increased prices for many of its mailing and shipping products on Sunday, May 31, 2015.

The USPS implemented First-Class Mail® price increases for letters and postcards, Standard Mail, Periodicals and Package Services, Priority Mail International and Priority Mail Express International on May 31. These rate changes included an average 1.949 percent increase for First-Class Mail, 1.926 percent increase for Standard Mail, 1.966 percent increase for Periodicals and 1.787 percent increase for Package Services

The metered-mail rate for a single-piece, one-ounce First-Class Mail business letter rose by ½¢ to 48.5¢.

All Neopost-brand mailing systems will support the new metered-mail rate except the IJ25/WJ20 platforms. They will offer the stamped-mail rate of 49¢.

Letters to all international destinations rose 5¢ to $1.20.

Postcard rates rose 1¢ to 35¢.

Read our Frequently Asked Questions for all the information about the May 31 rate changes.

Rely on your Neopost equipment to accurately calculate the new postage rates. 

You can rely on your Neopost mailing equipment to keep your mail compliant with USPS regulations and automatically calculate the correct postage for postcards, letters and packages when rate tables are kept up-to-date. Accurate rating eliminates the nuisance and expense of re-processing mail returned for short-paid powww. Automatic calculation of postage also eliminates wasted over-payment of postage needlessly applied because of guesswork.

The following terms are protected trademarks of the United States Postal Service: United States Postal Service®, U.S. Postal Service®, USPS®, Postal Service™, Post Office™, U.S. Mail™, First-Class™, First-Class Mail®, First-Class Mail International™, Standard Mail®, Parcel Post®, Parcel Select®, Certified Mail™, Delivery Confirmation™, Signature Confirmation™, Registered Mail™, Priority Mail® , Priority Mail Express® , Commercial Base®, Commercial Plus®, CASS™, CASS Certified™, Confirm®, DMM®, Intelligent Mail®, IM™, IMb™, IMpb™, Click-N-Ship®, usps.com®, ZIP Code™ and ZIP+4®. United Parcel Service® and UPS® are protected trademarks of the United Parcel Services of America, Inc. FedEx® is a protected trademark of the FedEx Corporation.