USPS Postage Rates for Direct Mail 2015
Postage rates are increasing slightly for direct mail in 2015. Here are some of the postage rate changes that are the most relevant to direct mail marketers. If you are looking for a more through listing of postage rates you can check out the USPS Postage Calculator. As you can see in the table below most postage rates are increasing(especially first class postcards), non-profit rates actually decreased. Good news for non-profit organizations.
|Class of Mail||Size||2013 Cost||2011 Cost||Increase/Decrease %||2015 price|
|1st Class Presort||Postcard||$0.23||$0.21||10%||0.265|
|1st Class Presort||Letter||$0.35||$0.34||3%||0.41|
|1st Class Presort||Flat||$0.40||$0.37||7%||0.48|
|Non Profit Rate||Letter||$0.13||$0.13||-2%||0.15|
|Non Profit Rate||Flat||$0.21||$0.21||0%||0.24|
Confused? We can help!
Contact US Mailing House with any questions you have about the 2015 postage rates. Our goal is to save our customers money on postage cost by using our technology and expertise. We have software that will sort your data to the lowest rates available. Other factors that may reduce postage cost is the office of presentment (where we present your mail). By presenting your mail to an SCF or DDU we can save you postage money and speed your delivery time. Trust the experts at US Mailing House to reduce the bite the postage rate increases take out of your direct mail budget.
Cost to send bulk mail or pre-sorted mail
When people first start thinking about sending direct mail, in usually comes to mind is what’s the cost? As business people we understand the checks, balances and budgeting that go along with advertising and marketing. We created a page that will help you get a general idea of the cost to send direct mail. It’s our direct mail pricing information page. If you’re interested in knowing how much it cost to send a mailing campaign, this page will give you a good idea. While you’re looking over these prices keep in mind the fact that advertising doesn’t cost you money, it makes you money…