2017 USPS First-Class Package International Service Postage Rates and Increase Guide Vs 2016

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The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) has implemented new rates for domestic and international mail classes as well as its pecial Services on January 22, 2017. Learn more about these changes and how they may impact your mailing and shipping. Here are 2017 USPS Postage Rates for First-Class Package International Service.

First-Class Package International Service is the USPS’ most affordable international service for the delivery of small packages to over 190 countries. The maximum
weight for this mail class is four pounds, and delivery time varies by destination.

CHANGES TO FIRST-CLASS PACKAGE SERVICE IN 2017

No Rate Increase
Online postage rates for First-Class Package International Service are not changing and will continue to start at $14.73 for online postage customers.
Online Discounts
Online postage customers will continue to receive discounts of up to 5% on their First-Class Package International Service packages.
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First-Class Package International Service 2017 Postage Rates 2016 Postage Rates 2017 Postage Rates 2016 Postage Rates
First-Class Package International Service – Price Group 1 Canada (1 lb.) NO CHANGE $15.50 NO CHANGE $14.73
First-Class Package International Service – Price Group 2 Mexico (1 lb.) NO CHANGE $20.75 NO CHANGE $19.71
First-Class Package International Service – Price Group 3 – 5 Asia & Europe & Aus (1 lb.) NO CHANGE $22.25 and up NO CHANGE $21.14 and up
First-Class Package International Service – Price Group 6 – 9 Other Countries (1 lb.) NO CHANGE $22.00 and up NO CHANGE $20.90 and up

WHEN TO USE
Use First-Class Package International Service if you are shipping small, inexpensive items such as books, health and beauty products, clothing, or accessories weighing under four pounds.

Tip: International service updates on USPS.com
The International Service Updates page on usps.com is a great resource for international shippers. Learn about current mailing conditions worldwide and stay updated on potential delays in mail delivery caused by natural disasters or labor disputes in destination countries. Communicate any delays to buyers early to manage expectations.
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