Category Archives: First-Class Mail / Postage

How to Mail Photos

No matter how far into the virtual world we descend, there will never be a replacement for physical photos. They adorn our walls, sit on our mantels, decorate our workspaces, and bring the places and people we love with us wherever we are. Yet, despite our love of photos, sending physical photos can sometimes feel… Read More »

Lost USPS Tracking Number

If you are like me and chronically lose receipts, chances are you’ve lost your USPS tracking number on more than one occasion. While USPS putting your tracking number directly on your receipt is incredibly useful, it can also be unbearably frustrating when that pesky receipt is nowhere to be found. However, if you lose your… Read More »

Does USPS Deliver on Saturday / Sunday?

We all know there’s usually little reason to check the mailbox on Sunday. After all, there’s no post on Sundays. Yet, while this is true of your typical letters, it may not be true for your packages. Since 2013, USPS has delivered packages on Saturdays and select packages on Sundays. Below, we have everything you… Read More »

How Late Does USPS Deliver Packages

“Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of nights stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds.” –USPS Motto The United States Postal Service (USPS) motto is known, in one version or another, by many Americans. Yet, many of us do not know how that motto translates to USPS’s actual delivery… Read More »

What is the Cost of First-Class Postage?

First-class postage is the cheapest and easiest way to mail small items up to 13 ounces. This article serves as a quick guide discussing the cost of different types of first-class postage and how to purchase them. For a more in-depth look at how first-class postage could help with your personal or business postage needs,… Read More »

What is First-Class Mail?

What is First-Class Mail? Many people believe that the art of letter writing is dead. Not so fast! A whopping 185 billion envelopes are produced each year in the USA alone. When compared to the 25 million per year that were being produced in the 1890s, this is a huge increase. One that strongly counters the… Read More »