The US Postal Service filed notice with the PRC last Friday to increase postage rates effective January 24, 2021. Although the overall proposed postage rate increase for Marketing Mail is 1.51%, the increase varies by classification, with Parcels taking the biggest hit: Product% ChangeLetters0.771%Flats3.553%Parcels16.791%High density / saturation letters2.373%High density / saturation flats and parcels0.989%Carrier route3.529%Every Door Direct Mail0.524%Overall increase1.509% Postage for the Letters classification will...
The postage rates for Marketing Mail, Periodicals, and other products will increase on January 26, 2020. Catalogs and direct mail postcards are typically mailed in the Marketing Mail class. Below is a PDF that summarizes the key changes to the USPS rates among the various mail classes. There are 5 pages in USPS document. Mouse over the text in the blue banner at the bottom...
Planning your 2019 catalog circulation plan and creative? Make sure you check out the following promotions. The USPS filed its 2019 Mailing Promotions with the Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC) on October 10, 2018 and is awaiting approval. We do not expect any major issues with the approval as many of the promotions have been offered for several years in a row. Tactile, Sensory and Interactive...
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