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Free: 2013 USPS Priority Mail Rate Comparison Guide

April 1st, 2013
Stamps.com has released the 2013 version of its popular Priority Mail Rate Comparison Guide.
Using an easy-to-use table with Priority Mail prices listed from lowest to highest by weight and zone, the free guide can help shippers view all shipping options and rates to help identify opportunities for greater cost savings.
– Box types classified as Flat Rate, Regional Rate or regular Prioirty Mail
– Easier identification of low to high
Stamps.com has released the 2013 version of its popular FREE Priority Mail Rate Comparison Guide (PDF file).
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Using an easy-to-use table with Priority Mail prices listed from lowest to highest by weight and zone, the free guide can help shippers view all shipping options and rates to help identify opportunities for greater cost savings.
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New for 2013: Priority Mail Flat Rate Padded Envelopes have been added!
  1. disqus_NEQsswzlsf
    April 17th, 2013 at 02:42 | #1

    What good does it do to download the rate chart when you can’t even read it because it has “stamps.com” repeadedly acrossed it. It hides the rates. Not sure what the purpose of this is. Not useful, that is for sure!

  2. Finkworld Auctions
    April 16th, 2013 at 12:19 | #2

    Hey, thanks a lot STAMPS.COM, your watermark is so bold it covers the cost. This chart is worthless. Did anyone even bother checking this before posting it for download? I tried printing this out and it was a MESS. Please get rid of the background color while you’re at it. I don’t need a “dressy” looking chart, just one that’s legible.

  3. debandtoby
    April 16th, 2013 at 07:55 | #3

    every time i try to download the chart, the words ‘stamps.com’ are printed diagonally across the charts, making them unreadable. what’s up with that?

  4. Teressa
    April 16th, 2013 at 05:26 | #4

    Nice guide, but useless because the Stamps.com logo is printed over all the information.

  5. April 2nd, 2013 at 06:20 | #5

    What’s the deal with the frequency with which errors, delays and such are occurring of late? It seems every day it’s something new. Can’t purchase postage, can’t print a label, can’t log in… What’s going on?

    The seemingly daily problems are becoming a serious burden to my business.

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