How thick is a USPS package?
Packaging for Priority Mail: You may use your own packaging for USPS Priority Mail, or use boxes provided by the Postal Service for free either ordered online or at your local retail post office. If you decide to use your own packaging, the combined length and girth (thickest part of the package) is no more than a total of 108".
What is priority mail?
Priority Mail is the United States Postal Service’s 1-3 day shipping for sending packages and parcels across the country. Shipping rate is determined by package weight, shipping distance (determines the shipping Zones), and the rate tier (Retail, Online Rate, and ShippingEasy Rate).
How much does priority mail weigh?
After the first half-pound (8 ounces), Priority Mail rounds up any weight of a package to the nearest pound. So if your package is 2 lbs. and 8 oz. (2.5 pounds) it will round up to 3lbs. Try different Zones and package weights to see all of the available rates for Priority Mail.
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