What is considered media mail?

Answer Media Mail is a mail service offered by the United States Postal Service for the shipping of books and other printed materials, or recorded media such as CDs and DVDs.SpecificationsFor an item to b... Read More »

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Is a camera considered Media Mail?

Mailing a camera through Media Mail is not allowed by the United States Postal Service. Media Mail is reserved for books, CDs, DVDs, printed music and tapes. Essentially, the service is meant for p... Read More »

Are photo albums considered media mail by USPS?

Photo albums are not eligible to be shipped by media mail. According to the United States Postal Service, items that qualify for this option are video tapes, books, recordings, CDs, DVDs and compu... Read More »

How long does media mail take for the united states mail?

USPS Media Mail takes 2 to 8 days to reach its destination. Media Mail is cheaper than other postal rates, but you can only use it to send media (such as books, videos and sound recordings), with a... 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 »