Priority Mail Express

Priority Mail Express

Coming this Sunday, July 28, Express Mail becomes Priority Mail Express. While the name and package appearance will change, the product retains all of its existing features including next day or second day delivery, a money back guarantee, and $100.00 of insurance coverage.

Express Mail name changes include:

  • Priority Mail Express is the new name for Express Mail.
  • Priority Mail Express International is the new name for Express Mail International.
  • USPS Corporate Account (USPSCA) is the new name for Express Mail Corporate Account (EMCA).

Priority Mail Express continues to include:

  • Guaranteed Delivery Date
  • Guaranteed Delivery Time
  • USPS Tracking Included
  • Insurance Included
  • Pickup Available

Tune in tomorrow for an update on Priority Mail shipping and enhanced features.

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  1. ican'tbelieveitsnotFascism

     /  July 26, 2013

    THAT sucks… again, a corporate jerk somewhere, in order to look busy, came up with a “fix” for a problem that wasn’t there. Like “New Coke”, this idea will just lead to brand confusion and misunderstandings about an already world class brand name.
    If the USPS hadn’t already spent untold millions on this bad idea, decided with the input of no-one-with-a-brain, put forward by the same geniuses that thought that having the PMG spend YEARS telling everyone in America (and the World) that the USPS was dying and obsolete, I’d say: STOP THE PRESSES! recycle the boxes and STFU!
    But I’m sure it’s all part of the plan to destroy the postal service under the guise of “helping”.
    SHAME on you corrupt idiots that think you are sly!

  2. Anonymous

     /  July 26, 2013

    i agree with the first guy….only they forgot the free t-shirt

  3. Anonymous

     /  July 26, 2013

    I agree. If it fits, it ships. Priority Mail.

    • Janet

       /  July 26, 2013

      OK, so you want Priority Mail? No I want Priority Mail Express. That will be $19.95. No I want the cheaper faster one. That is Priority Mail. That is what I said……. confusing….. unnecessary….. wasteful.

  4. Anonymous

     /  July 26, 2013

    110 % AGREE with all above !!!

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