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!

USPS Priority Mail Flat Rate

What is Priority Mail Flat Rate?

Priority Mail Flat Rate is a 2 to 3 day shipping service provided by the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) that features one flat rate for delivery of a package or envelope to its destination. The service allows a maximum weight of 70 lbs. or less for each envelope or package. Priority Mail Flat Rate includes free shipping supplies available at the Post Office or sent directly to your residence or business for no charge. Packaging options include three types of envelopes and six boxes in various sizes.

Flat rate pricing eliminates the need to weigh packages or calculate shipping fees, as long as the package weighs less than 70 lbs. Each Priority Mail Flat Rate Box and Envelope features one low flat rate, so pricing is determined by the box or envelope you choose and not by the weight or distance the package is traveling.

How to Send Packages with Priority Mail Flat Rate

Shipping a package or envelope using Priority Mail Flat Rate is very easy. Place your item in one of the many free Flat Rate boxes supplied by the USPS. As long as your item is not heavier than 70 lbs., you will not need to weigh the item.

Postage may be purchased either at the Post Office or online through an online postage provider. Once your package is ready to be shipped, you can schedule a free package pick-up from the USPS at your home or office.

Benefits Of Using Priority Mail Flat Rate With Stamps.com

Following are the Priority Mail Flat Rate options and specifications:

Priority Mail®
Flat Rate Options
Maximum Weight Outside Dimensions Post Office™ Rate Stamps.com Rate
Flat Rate Envelope up to 70 lbs. 12 1/2" x 9 1/2" $5.75 $5.05
Legal Flat Rate
Envelope
up to 70 lbs. 9 1/2" x 15" $5.90 $5.25
Padded Flat Rate
Envelope
up to 70 lbs. 12 1/2" x 9 1/2" $6.10 $5.70
Small Flat Rate Box up to 70 lbs. 8 11/16" x 5 7/16" x 1 3/4" $5.95 $5.25
Medium Flat Rate Box
- Top Loading
up to 70 lbs. 11 1/4" x 8 3/4" x 6" $12.65 $11.30
Medium Flat Rate Box
- Side Loading
up to 70 lbs. 14" x 12" x 3 1/2" $12.65 $11.30
Large Flat Rate Box up to 70 lbs. 12 1/4" x 12 1/4" x 6" $17.90 $15.80
APO/FPO Large Box up to 70 lbs. 12 1/4" x 12 1/4" x 6" $15.90 $13.80

Shipping with Priority Mail Flat Rate boxes or envelopes using Stamps.com can save you money. Stamps.com customers save up to 13% off the Post Office rate each time they print a shipping label for a Priority Mail Flat Rate envelope or box. Plus Stamps.com offers insurance coverage up to $10,000. And you can easily track your Priority Mail packages with "one-click" tracking, eliminating the need to type in long tracking numbers to verify delivery.

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

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