USPS Shipping Labels

On Easyship, a few of the most commonly used USPS services are First Class, Priority Mail, Parcel Select, and Priority Mail Express. In this article, we display examples of each USPS label as well as the markers you can use to distinguish between each service. 

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All example labels have been voided to deter fraudulent use, additionally, the labels consist of fake names and random addresses.

USPS First Class

USPS First Class is the cheapest USPS option out of the four and it can be determined by the "F" on the top-left corner. As well as the clear "First-Class" wording on the label. 

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USPS Priority Mail

USPS Priority Mail is the most commonly used USPS service on Easyship, and can be identified by the "P" on the top left corner. "USPS Priority Mail" wording is also clear on the label. 

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USPS Parcel Select

USPS Parcel Select is mainly used by Easyship customers to ship heavy and delicate products domestically. There are different markers to determine a Parcel Select label generally but on Easyship there is an "X" on the top left corner. 

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USPS Priority Mail Express

USPS Priority Mail Express is the fastest postal service that we offer, and you can identify the label when printed by the "E" in the top left corner, as well as the clear wording. 

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For information on return labels, check out the following blog post: How to Send a Prepaid Return Shipping Label with USPS, FedEx, and UPS

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