Introducing reinvented Priority Mail® - PRIORITY : YOU

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Same great service with three improvements.

Now there are three more reasons to trust domestic Priority Mail—all for the same low rate.

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Locate your package on its way to you.

Now it’s easy to see where your package is at pickup, confirmed final delivery, and many points in between with improved USPS Tracking.

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Get insurance included, free of charge.

Most packages now qualify for free insurance*** up to $50 or $100 for Commercial Plus customers — and that's with current Priority Mail rates staying the same.

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Know when to expect a package.

Based on where your domestic Priority Mail package is shipping from and headed, you’ll know whether to expect 1, 2, or 3 day specific delivery.**

Priority Mail Express

We’ve simplified product names and Express Mail® is now Priority Mail Express. It’s still our fastest domestic product available*, with overnight delivery to most U.S. locations** and up to $100 of insurance coverage included.***

New Looks

Priority Mail and Priority Mail Express packaging supplies have been redesigned and are available at your Post Office™ and online. If you still have old packaging, you can continue using it until your stock runs out.

Order Free Supplies

* Limited exceptions apply.

** Service commitment based on drop-off time. Some restrictions apply.
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*** Some restrictions apply. Visit usps.com/makingprioritymailbetter
for more details.

When should I expect my package?

Find 1, 2, or 3 day specific delivery information from an origin ZIP Code using the Priority Mail® Delivery Map. Exceptions apply for certain ZIP codes. Visit usps.com/makingprioritymailbetter for details.

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