Priority Mail - USPS Commercial | Rate Table

Click to View 2022 Rates: USPS Priority Mail | Commercial

The following rates are effective October 2, 2022:

Flat Rate

Regional Rate

Weight-Based

What are USPS Priority Mail, Commercial rates?

Priority Mail

Priority Mail is a versatile, efficient, and affordable service. Delivery is estimated between 1-3 days. Learn more about USPS Priority Mail.

Commercial Rates

Priority Mail rates are based on parcel weight, dimensions or packaging, and distance, as well as rate class.

When a custom package is used, parcel weight and dimensions are used to determine postage costs. Costs increase as weight and dimensions increase. 

Postage costs also increase as the distance increases. USPS uses Zones to measure the distance a domestic shipment must travel, ranging from Zone 1 (local) to Zone 9 (very far away). Print a zone chart based on your zip code here

In contrast, Flat Rate services require specially marked boxes and envelopes that receive one rate, regardless of distance or weight. In most cases, Flat Rate packages are the lowest cost option, if items fit within the box. USPS provides packaging at no cost. 

On the other hand, Regional Rate service is a combination of ‘flat-rate’ with Zones. It requires using specially marked boxes. It can be a very cost-effective method if items fit within the box. 

Commercial Pricing is a discounted postage rate, lower than Retail pricing. It is only available to qualifying shippers, including ShippingEasy subscribers. Learn more about USPS Commercial Pricing.

Nonstandard Fees & Dimensional Noncompliance Fees:

USPS has added Nonstandard Fees & Dimensional Noncompliance Fees for oversized packages or packages labeled with incorrect dimensions effective April 2022. These surcharges will only apply to domestic residential and commercial addresses.

Flat Rate packages and Regional Rate packages are not applicable.

Learn more about all the USPS rate changes for 2022.

Compare with Priority Main | Commercial

USPS provides a multitude of services and rate classes. Check out these similar services and rates to see how they compare:

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