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Rate Change Information

USPS Priority Mail® prices changed Sunday, September 7, 2014

The United States Postal Service changed prices for Priority Mail Services on Sunday, September 7. These changes affected all customers who mail over-sized large envelopes, flat-rate envelopes, flat-rate boxes and packages.  The USPS introduced substantial reductions to attract customers who ship parcels by ground in the six- to 20-pound range.


The new rates only apply to Priority Mail. The January 2014 rates for First-Class Mail, Standard Mail, Standard Post, Media Mail, Library Mail, Priority Mail Express and International mail did not change.


See our Frequently Asked Questions to learn more about the September 7 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.

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