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What is UPS Declared Value?

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UPS refers to the "insured value" as the "declared value". 

For shipments without a declared value, UPS' maximum liability is $100 for damages or losses at no cost. However, you can declare a higher value and purchase additional insurance with our insurance provider, Shipsurance.

For shipments without a declared value, UPS' maximum default liability is $100 for damages or losses at no cost. However, you can declare a higher value through UPS by choosing the Declared Value option in the READY TO SHIP page to insure a higher amount through UPS for your packages. This will increase the cost of your shipment -the Fees line in the shipment rate quote will reflect the UPS estimate for the Declared Value coverage.
 
Note: For multi-box shipments, the UPS Declared Value is applied to each box in the shipment. Example: if you specify $150 as the Declared Value and there are three boxes in the shipment, then the declared value for each of those boxes is $150, not $50 per box. 
 
 
 
 
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