Famous Web-crawler Swings His Way Onto Forever Stamps

Spider Man postage

Beginning April 1, customers found a unique surprise of heroic proportions inside their local Self-Service Kiosks (SSKs). That’s when the new Spider-Man stamp design crawled onto postage stamps across America.

The colorful First-Class Forever postage stamps are available exclusively from USPS SSKs and are not available online or over the counter. To find a USPS kiosk near you, click here.

In addition to the action-packed stamp design, an image of the iconic hero is prominently emblazoned on the most popular and efficient shipping product in the industry – Priority Mail from the Postal Service. The powerful pairing of Spider-Man with Priority Mail makes for unbeatable value and reliability.

To order a Spider-Man-themed Priority Mail Flat Rate box, click on one or more of the items below:

–        Spider-Man Priority Mail Flat Rate Box Variety Pack

–        Spider-Man Priority Mail Large Flat Rate Box

–        Spider-Man Priority Mail Medium Flat Rate Box – 1

–        Spider-Man Priority Mail Medium Flat Rate Box – 2

Spiderman boxes 2

 

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1 Comment

  1. Jonn

     /  April 17, 2014

    Now these are cool looking products. I’d like to see more stuff like this. How about Guardians of the Galaxy movie promo items? The movie has some cool looking characters that would look great on stamps and packaging. Make the items timely with the release of productions and interest will soar.

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