Run an e-commerce store and want to know what the cheapest way to ship your package is in the U.S.?
Depending on your shipment specifications (type, dimensions, weight etc.), it is very likely that USPS will be the cheapest carrier for your shipment, especially given these discounts. If you’re shipping a package up to 20 pounds and within a certain volume range (1728 cubic inches), USPS Priority mail is your best option. If your package exceeds these specifications, carriers like FedEx or UPS will most likely be a cheaper option.
Save Time & Money With Shippo
Save Money on USPS Labels: Our USPS discounts will save you an average of up to $6 off per Priority Mail label and up to $3 off per First Class label between 13 and 15.9 oz.
Grow & Save More: There is no monthly subscription fee, and no per-label fee when using Shippo’s carrier accounts with UPS, USPS, and DHL. If you are shipping more than 1,000 packages/month, contact us to talk about lowering your shipping costs even further.
Save Precious Time: Manage and track orders and shipments in our simple, user-friendly dashboard. Create and print labels from your own computer in just three easy steps.
Get Friendly Support: Our customer service team has a 97% satisfaction rating from our customers. We’re shipping experts and our #1 priority is to simplify your shipping.
Compare Prices Across Carriers: Ship with over fifty global shipping carriers. Our user interface and API make it easy to compare rates across all of them so that you choose the best option that suits your need.
Looking For a Multi-carrier Shipping Platform?
With Shippo, shipping is as easy as it should be.
- Pre-built integrations into shopping carts like Magento, Shopify, Amazon, eBay, and others.
- Support for dozens of carriers including USPS, FedEx, UPS, and DHL.
- Simple pricing: Cost of shipping + 5 cents per label. Label fees are waived when using Shippo’s carrier accounts.
- Shipping Insurance: Insure your packages at an affordable cost.
- Shipping API for building your own shipping solution.