It's a greeting card in a regular envelope, medium stock I think. How many forever stamps must I slap on this thing so it get to oz, or must I take it to the post office? The online calculators are confusing me. [more inside]
posted by sweetkid
on Jul 21, 2013 -
I have a bunch of postcards I'm mailing out from within the US to people in the US, UK and Switzerland. I can put domestic stamps on the cards sent from within the US to our US address, so that the recipients can just drop it in a mailbox. Does the USPS or another entity within the US sell stamps that I can put on the postcards sent from the UK and Switzerland, such that the recipients don't need to buy their own stamps?
posted by Blazecock Pileon
on May 10, 2013 -
What are the maximum dimensions (in each direction) of a box that will fit in a standard USPS blue drop box of the sort that you find on a city street corner? [more inside]
posted by enn
on Dec 27, 2012 -
I am a lazy butt and hate going out of my way to mail things. USPS ClickNShip
works perfectly for my needs, but now that I'm doing BookMooch
I want to use a cheaper postage method, like media mail. What can I do? [more inside]
posted by Madamina
on May 25, 2010 -
If I send a postcard from China to the United States, I pay 4.5 RMB. Who gets the money? [more inside]
posted by jweed
on Apr 9, 2010 -
Is there an alternative to Pitney Bowes? My office uses Pitney Bowes for mailings and I CAN'T STAND THEM. They have the worst customer service, a horribly rigid billing service and the most aggressive fees and finance charge racket of any vendor I've ever worked with in my life. Nobody I talk to knows of any resonable alternatives. Is there something out there that will save me from the misery of working with those SOBs?
posted by odragul
on Jul 3, 2008 -
With the end of USPS international surface mail, what alternatives remain for posting bulky, low-cost items that don't qualify for the M-bag?
posted by holgate
on Jun 16, 2007 -
I have an envelope that's about 10"x13". Inside, I have maybe 15 pages of college application materials. And I have $3.90 in stamps. How the hell do I know how much postage I need for this thing? Should I try to figure it out myself, or should I just take it to the post office and have them figure it out?
posted by punishinglemur
on Oct 1, 2006 -
I sent a letter domestically in the mail (USPS) one cent short on postage. Will it get there?
posted by thirteenkiller
on Aug 31, 2006 -
I need a scan or photo of a Swedish airmail envelope (not an aerogram), as in, from Sweden to elsewhere. Ideally from around 2002 but I'll take what I can get. [more inside]
posted by jruckman
on May 17, 2006 -
How much would it cost to send a postcard to every household in the United States? [more inside]
posted by yeoz
on Mar 2, 2006 -
Looking for interesting yet professional ways to package a hardback book which will be sent through the mail. [more inside]
posted by blag
on Dec 1, 2005 -