Maybe it's a care package or aor a repurchase. Whatever it is, do you really want to wait in line at the post office to send your parcel? Long lines and while wearing a sounds like a bad recipe for us. We much prefer to skip the line. It is not that difficult. When you have the right supplies, you can easily prepare your package at home and drop it. Here's the best trick – you can even get your shipping boxes for free from USPS itself.
If you are using your own box, you must know the exact weight of the package you are sending. Here's a better way. USPS offers a flat-rate service that lets you order free boxes and packages of up to 70 pounds. Shipping rates start at $ 7.50, depending on package size. To avoid having to tape it at the post office, most people can choose the medium side load option.
Once you have packed the item, you must print a USPS prepaid shipping label. To do so, log into your USPS account, navigate to Click N Ship and purchase your shipping label. You can then print the label at home and tape it to your box.
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When you are ready to ship the item, you can either request a pickup or drop the package into a USPS collection box. The boxes are usually found at the post office, but can also be found outside of other places, such as grocery stores, other types of stores and libraries. To find the person closest to you, visit the Find Places page on the USPS Web site and filter by Collection Boxes .
Even if you do not receive a receipt with this delivery method, you can still track your package on the USPS website. The tracking number is located at the bottom of your USPS tracking label and in your confirmation email.
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The information in this article is for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended as health or medical advice. Always consult a physician or other qualified healthcare provider about any questions you may have about a medical condition or health objective.