USPS Label Broker

Easy Label Printing for Online Shoppers

With USPS Label Broker, ecommerce businesses and merchants can give their customers an easier way to print outbound and return shipping labels. Participating label providers simply give customers a Label Broker ID with a QR code and let USPS® do the label printing.

Already Have a Label Broker ID?

What Label Broker Offers

Label Broker makes label printing seamless for customers that don’t have access to a printer.

Mobility

Busy, on-the-go customers avoid the hassle of printing labels with quick access to a QR code on their smartphones.

Convenience

USPS retail associates print labels right at the Post Office® location when customers are ready to send packages.

Choice

Your customers can choose to print labels directly from USPS.com when they do have access to a printer.

How It Works

Need to get a label to your customers? Once USPS has approved your shipping system, you can store customers’ prepaid or postage-guaranteed (return) labels in our secure Label Broker repository. You’ll give your customers a unique USPS Label Broker ID that they can use to print a shipping label.

  1. Create labels for customers and give them Label Broker as a distribution choice.
  2. Store labels in the Label Broker repository and text or email your customers their unique Label Broker ID.
  3. Your customers take their Label Broker ID with their shipment to the Post Office. We’ll scan the ID and print the shipping label at the counter.
  4. Or customers can print their shipping label from USPS.com when they have access to a printer.
  5. Manage all your customers’ labels with ease; update, delete, or check the tracking status anytime.

Need Help?

If you need more information about how USPS Label Broker works, email your questions to labelbroker@usps.gov.

Read the Label Broker Terms and Conditions.

Already Have a Label Broker ID?

  • From your smartphone, access your USPS Label Broker ID showing a QR code with 8–10 characters below it.
  • Take your Label Broker ID and your shipment to a Post Office that offers Label Broker printing. Find a Location
  • If you have access to a printer, you can print labels directly from USPS.com. Go to USPS Label Broker
image of a phone showing the USPS Label Broker code.