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2 thoughts on “Tips on Dealing with the 2018 Postal Rate Increase”

  1. I never use a flat rate envelope when it weighs less than a pound. Why would you pay the extra when you don’t have to, just common sense.

  2. A good change for the environment and for common sense would be to allow a shipper to use any flat rate priority box to ship the regular priority mail rate.

    It’s a subset of the old adage, “If the shoe fits, wear it.”

    I suspect the USPS has gotten to depend on the extra income from all the extra money people spend shipping letters priority mail and from using those flat rate boxes at the Post Office when it may be much cheaper to ship regular Priority mail. Where I live they quit stocking regular priority boxes in the offices years ago.

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