Can I return unopened priority mail?

Answer The United States Postal Service allows the recipient of Priority Mail to return the piece of mail, provided it has been unopened. The recipient must write "refused" on the envelope and return it i... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Can I return unopened priority mail

Is priority mail delivered separately from the mail?

The United States Postal Service generally delivers domestic priority mail in two to three days. Priority refers to transit time from sender to receiver. The post office delivers your priority mail... Read More »

Can you use a Priority Mail box for Media Mail?

The U.S. Postal Service allows the use of Priority Mail boxes for Priority Mail shipments only. Rates for Media Mail are based solely on the package's weight and contents and apply only to books, C... Read More »

How fast is priority mail?

It takes two to three days for priority mail to reach its destination. Fees vary. This type of mail can be sent zone-based or flat-rate. Zone-based fees are calculated by actual package weight. Fla... Read More »

How long is priority mail?

Priority mail reaches its destination within two to three days. The fee varies, depending on whether it's sent flat-rate or zone-based. Flat-rate mail ships for one price, no matter the weight, as ... Read More »