Free Download! The Ultimate Guide to the September 2014 Priority Mail Rate Change. Download this PDF file now.


On Sunday, September 7, 2014, the U.S. Postal Service will adjust shipping rates for Priority Mail.  This rate adjustment will both increase and decrease “Retail Rates” at the Post Office, but will only DECREASE rates for postage purchased online via (Commercial Base and Commercial Plus pricing).

For regular Priority Mail purchased online (weight and zone based pricing) , the decrease in rates is focused on package weights over 5 lbs. and traveling to Zones 1 through 5.

The table below shows the NEW September 2014 prices (along with the savings compared to the January 2014 prices listed in red) by package weight and shipping zone.


For Priority Mail Flat Rate products (envelopes and boxes), there is no rate adjustment.   Get all the info on the USPS Postage Rate adjustments.



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