Click-N-Ship is a service offered by the United States Postal Service that allows customers to create pre-paid Priority Mail shipping labels on ordinary printer paper. [a] The labels include delivery confirmation numbers to track date and time of delivery or attempted delivery. Other than the cost of postage, there is no fee to create labels for Priority Mail, Priority Mail Express, Global Priority Mail, or Global Express Mail if the sender uses USPS Flat Rate envelopes or boxes.
After affixing the label, customers may ship a package by depositing it in a USPS collection box, bringing it to a post office, giving it to their regular mail carrier, or requesting a pickup.
- The USPS provides most of the free Flat Rate envelopes and boxes at local post offices. Customers can also order all of the free Flat Rate envelopes and boxes on the USPS website--delivery to the customer is also free.
- Trunkett, Oliver (28 January 2016). "The State of Click-N-Ship 2016, Changes and Rates". ShippingEasy.com. Retrieved 17 February 2017.
Click-N-Ship ... is a free and (not so) easy way to print shipping labels from home across a variety of USPS Shipping Services, and used to provide a discount over getting your labels made at the Post Office.
- Steiner, Ina (19 January 2016). "One Case Where It's Cheaper to Ship at the Post Office". eCommerce Bytes. Steiner Associates LLC. Retrieved 17 February 2017.
Click-N-Ship allows customers to print shipping labels with postage for Priority Mail, Priority Mail Express, Priority Mail International, Global Express Guaranteed and Priority Mail Express International.
- "Flat Rate". USPS.com. United States Postal Service. Retrieved 17 February 2017.
- "Online Shipping". USPS.com. United States Postal Service. Retrieved 17 February 2017.
To start Click & Ship, sign into or sign up for a free USPS.com account. Then you can enter your package details, pay for postage, print your shipping label, and schedule a free package pickup—and save a trip to our Post Offices.
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