Your Stamps.com $80 Offer

FREE 5lb Digital Scale

As a new Stamps.com customer you will receive a FREE 5 lb. Digital Scale. The scale is a $50 value and is yours to keep with no additional obligation. Just pay for shipping and handling (typically $9.99 or less).

$25 Postage Offer

As a new Stamps.com customer you will receive $5 in free postage that you can use during your trial period. After you complete your trial period, you are eligible for an additional $20 in postage. We will give you two $10 postage coupons. You can redeem one coupon per month once you complete your trial. If you stay with Stamps.com past the trial period, you will be charged $15.99 a month for the Stamps.com service, you can cancel your services at any time.

FREE Supplies Kit

To help you get started we will ship you a free Supplies Kit that includes free postage labels to use with the service (a $5 value). However, you don't need to wait for the Supplies Kit to arrive in order to print postage. You can immediately take advantage of features such as printing shipping labels on plain paper or printing postage directly on envelopes!

International Insurance

Stamps.com Package Insurance will save you money and time on your international USPS® shipments. We’ve taken all the features and benefits of our domestic insurance and added them to our international coverage. That means you’re guaranteed insurance discounts up to 40%, top-rated coverage up to $10,000, and hassle-free, fast claims every time you ship internationally. If you’re not getting all of these features and benefits with the insurance you use now, it’s time to insure with Stamps.com.

International Insurance Discounts Up to 40%

With the Stamps.com Professional Shipper Plan, you can get up to 40% off USPS insurance rates on most mail classes. Plus, all Stamps.com customers are guaranteed 10% off USPS insurance rates for First Class Package International Service and Priority Mail International® shipments. In fact, in just over a month, the amount you save can cover your Stamps.com monthly service fees. Take a look! Here you can view the potential savings for Priority Mail International when you insure with Stamps.com:

Stamps.com Insurance Rates
Insured
Amount
USPS Insurance
(via Priority Mail International)
Pro Shipper % Savings Pro % Savings
$50 $2.45 $1.47 40% $2.20 10%
$100 $3.60 $2.16 40% $3.24 10%
$500 $8.20 $4.92 40% $7.38 10%
$1,000 $13.95* $8.37 40% $12.55 10%

*Please note: USPS insurance coverage amounts vary per country and may be less or greater than $1,000.

Up to $10,000 in Coverage
Stamps.com insures international shipments up to $10,000 in coverage, unlike other insurance providers who minimize their coverage to as low as $500. No more splitting up shipments for full coverage. No more assuming liability for packages over $500. Stamps.com has you covered.

Insurance for All USPS Mail Classes
While the USPS doesn’t insure First Class Package International Service, Stamps.com does. In fact, we insure all USPS mail classes.

More Countries Covered
With Stamps.com, you can insure packages to countries not covered by USPS insurance, such as North Korea and Equatorial Guinea, to name a few.

No Special Forms Needed
Stamps.com lets you insure your overseas packages with just a few clicks. Using our software, you simply enter the value of the shipment and the costs are automatically calculated and applied to your account.

Quick, Hassle-Free Claims
Insurance claims are submitted and processed right through the Stamps.com software. All claims are processed within 710 business days.

Top-Rated Insurance
Nearly 500,000 customers trust Stamps.com with their shipments. Stamps.com Package Insurance is underwritten by Parcel Insurance Plan® and Fireman’s FundSM — rated “A” Excellent by A.M. Best.

Try Stamps.com for 4 Weeks!

Every new customer account starts with:

  • Free 5 lb. Digital Scale, connects via USB
  • 4-week trial
  • $5 in free postage to use in trial period
  • Free Supplies Kit including postage labels
  • Additional $10 postage coupons to use after trial

*pay only s&h fee

Get Started

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