Bulk Mail Information
What is Bulk Mail? Is it Right for You?
The term “bulk mail” refers to larger quantities of mail prepared for mailing at reduced postage. In Business Mail 101, the term “bulk mail” means commercial First-Class Mail and advertising mail (called “Standard Mail” by the Postal Service). Commercial prices are available for other classes of mail, too. The Postal Service uses the terms “bulk” and “pre sorted” interchangeably.
Bulk prices are lower than “single-piece”. “Single-piece” means that you pay the full postage price; when you put a stamp on a letter, you’re paying the single-piece postage. Many mailers pay single-piece postage even though they are doing large mailings. Why? Because they don’t want to do any extra preparation work—they don’t have the time, or it’s just not cost effective for their business.
That’s where we come in. We have all of the equipment and know how to get the lowest rates allowed by the USPS. We can also get your mail out quickly because we add barcodes and other high tech things to your mailer that lets it travel through the post office rapidly.
The best thing about using us to send you mailing is that the savings you get from postage is more than enough to pay for our services. By the way, Bulk mail is no longer called “Bulk Mail”, it is now called Standard Mail. The US Post Office is making an effort to dress up the image of Bulk Mail.
Bulk Mail Postage Costs:
|Class of Mail||Size||2013 Cost||2011 Cost||Increase/Decrease %||2015 price|
|1st Class Presort||Postcard||$0.23||$0.21||10%||0.265|
|1st Class Presort||Letter||$0.35||$0.34||3%||0.41|
|1st Class Presort||Flat||$0.40||$0.37||7%||0.48|
|Non Profit Rate||Letter||$0.13||$0.13||-2%||0.15|
|Non Profit Rate||Flat||$0.21||$0.21||0%||0.24|
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