Proposed USPS pricing change

On January 26th, the US Postal Service filed a pricing change with the Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC). This means that the post office wants to increase postage in many different categories.

Some key elements of the pricing proposal include:

  • An overall 3.4 percent price increase
  • No price increase in domestic Priority Mail Express and Priority Mail services and products
  • Priority Mail International will increase 6.8 percent, and pricing to Canada will now be zoned
  • Priority Mail Express International will increase 6.7 percent with Flat Rate pricing available

The PRC will review these prices and, if approved, the changes will go in to effect on April 26th, 2015. For more information, check out this USPS official news brief.

With over 2 million items processed each month, we know mail. Prisma aims to keep our clients informed so you can plan accordingly for direct mail and shipping costs. We will update you again as soon as we know if these changes are approved.

For current mail and shipping rates, visit Prisma’s postal regulations page. To download Prisma’s postal information guide, click here or on the image at left.

 

 

 

 

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BY PRISMAFebruary 9, 2015
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