How to: Print letter stamps from DYMO Stamps

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NOTE: ShippingEasy accounts created after September 20, 2017 have an Endicia account that cannot access DYMO Stamps. Learn more about Endicia.

On October 4, 2017, ShippingEasy begins converting subscribers to a single Endicia account. This new single Endicia account cannot access DYMO Stamps. Only subscribers who have not converted yet can use their Endicia First Class Domestic account to access DYMO Stamps. However, all accounts will need to convert before the end of October 2017.  Learn more.

ShippingEasy does not currently offer the option to print letter stamps. However, Windows users can print a sheet of postage stamps from DYMO Stamps Online via your Endicia First Class account.
At this time, Dymo Stamps Online does not support Mac. Please visit their website for alternative options.

To get started, you must log into DYMO Stamps.

  1. Go to DYMO Stamps Online.

  2. Log in with your Endicia First Class account number and pass phrase. Learn where to find your Endicia account information in ShippingEasy.

  3. Select Go.
    NOTE: you may need to run Java to proceed on the page.

To print letter stamps from DYMO Stamps:

Once logged into DYMO Stamps Online, you will see a orange bar at the top of your browser. The first tab should be selected in gray: Postage Stamps.

On the Postage Stamps tab, you'll see several steps:

  1. Select the stamp type: Your choice will depend on what kind of printer you have.
    • DYMO Stamps Roll: For DYMO LabelWriter printers
    • Endicia Printable Postage Sheet: For most letter-size printers
  2. Select postage value:
    • Package Type: Choose the kind of letter you're mailing, either Postcard or Letter Envelope. (Note, all the other postage options listed are available via ShippingEasy).
    • Mail Class: Choose the value of your stamps and select Add to Cart to see the cost populate on the next step.
  3. Review the order and Print:
    • Add postage if you need; but as soon as you're ready, you can hit the orange Print button to print the stamps sheet.


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  • Avatar
    Derek Bromley

    So printed stamps are more expensive than just buying stamps from the Post Office, or am I missing something?  8 sheets of 24 stamps from Endicia - $14.95 ($0.078 per stamp), but there's only a $0.03 per stamp discount, so I'm paying almost 5 cents more per stamp?

    Edited by Derek Bromley
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    Melody H. [ShippingEasy]

    Hi Derek,

    Thank you for your message.  I'd be glad to assist you today.

    Using Dymo Printable Stamps, what are you selecting for type of mail piece and also postage value?

    We typically see the discount of 3 cents per stamp for Letter Envelope/First Class as the price there is $0.46 and the retail price is $0.49.

    Once I have further information about your selections, I can advise further.




  • Avatar
    Derek Bromley

    Hi Melody,

    Yes, I'm just asking about standard 1st class letter stamps--$0.46 from Endicia vs. $0.49 at the post office, but with Endicia I'm spending another $.08 per stamp on materials?

  • Avatar
    Melody H. [ShippingEasy]

    Hi Derek,

    Thanks for the clarification!

    You are correct that postage stamp sheet printing requires USPS-approved DYMO Printable Postage Stamp Sheets.  It's possible you might find compatible labels to use with the Dymo software on other sites.  I recommend doing an Internet search in order to shop around.

    Some business owners may find the convenience of printing in their home office offsets the costs of the materials such as the stamp sheets and ink and others may not.  That's a call you will have to make for your business.

    If you have any other questions arise, please feel free to post in our Community Forums.  More about doing that can be found here:  How can I post to the forum?

    Happy Shipping!

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