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USPS offers heads-up on holiday shipping deadlines

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Another heads-up from the U.S. Postal Service as we’re getting close to some holiday shipping and mailing deadlines.
The information below covers domestic, international and military shipping destinations to allow for the timely delivery of cards, letters and packages by Dec. 25th.
The Postal Service has announced it will not have a peak, or demand, surcharge this holiday season, offering increased predictability in pricing for customers.  As always, the Postal Service offers simple, upfront pricing year-round with no additional fees for residential area delivery, for Saturday delivery, no fuel surcharges and no volume minimums. The Postal Service continues to be the most affordable way to mail and ship this holiday season.
2023 USPS Holiday Shipping and Mailing Deadlines
Within the Lower 48 (excludes Alaska and Hawaii)
USPS Ground Advantage – Dec. 16
First-Class Mail (including greeting cards) – Dec. 16
Priority Mail – Dec. 18
Priority Mail Express – Dec. 20
Alaska
USPS Ground Advantage – Dec. 16
First-Class Mail – Dec. 16
Priority Mail – Dec. 18
Priority Mail Express – Dec. 20
Hawaii
USPS Ground Advantage – Dec. 16
First-Class Mail – Dec. 16
Priority Mail – Dec. 16
Priority Mail Express – Dec. 20
Air/Army Post Office (APO), Fleet Post Office (FPO), Diplomatic Post Office (DPO)
USPS Ground Advantage – Nov. 6
First-Class Mail – Dec. 9
Priority Mail – Dec. 9
Priority Mail Express Military Service – Dec. 15*
* PMEMS not available for APO/FPO/DPO AE ZIPs 093

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