See Click-N-Ship in Action
With USPS.com, your Post Office™ is where you are. To start Click & Ship, sign into or sign up for a free USPS.com account. Then you can enter your package details, pay for postage, print your shipping label, and schedule a free package pickup. It's that easy to Pay, Print & Ship®!
Schedule a Pickup
Once you pay for and print your postage label, you can schedule a free Package Pickup2 right from your home and include specific instructions for your carrier. Or for a fee, you can request a specific day and time for pickup.
Set Your Shipping Preferences
Have a type of domestic package you ship most? Want to get messages with tracking updates? Need to notify recipients of shipments? It's easy to set these preferences and more, which can save you time.
Send Many Things to Many Places
If you're sending identical packages to several places, creating a batch order makes it easy to print up to 20 labels with postage at once.
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Once your item is packed and ready for mailing and your shipping label with postage is printed, you can schedule a free Package Pickup right from your front door, so you really never have to leave home.2 If you need your package picked up on a specific day at a specific time, you can request it for a fee.
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For mailable items up to 70 lbs.Back to legal disclaimer 1
For details on free Package Pickup, go to Schedule a Pickup.Back to legal disclaimer 2
To qualify for included insurance, a shipment must meet certain requirements, such as having an applicable bar code. For details, visit Priority Mail. Insurance does not cover certain items. For details regarding claim exclusions, see sections 609.4.3 (Non-payable Claims), 609 (Filing Indemnity Claims for Loss or Damage), and 503.4 (Insured Mail) of the Domestic Mail Manual.Back to legal disclaimer 3