Time is Running Out for Spider-Man Supplies

Spider Man postage

Time is running out to pick up your Spider-Man First-Class Forever stamps and Priority Mail Flat Rate boxes.

Promotion of this popular icon, which began April 1, will come to an end on May 31. Fans of the iconic hero can still pick up postage stamps with his likeness emblazoned boldly across them at USPS Self-Service Kiosks. While visiting the local Post Office, be sure to pick up free Priority Mail packaging with Spider-Man’s image for your mailing needs. To find a USPS kiosk near you, click here.

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

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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

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Shipping with Spider-Man and USPS

Spiderman shipping

To put some Super Hero Spidey-power into its promotion of Priority Mail, USPS is teaming up with Sony Pictures for the release of the highly anticipated motion picture “The Amazing Spider-Man 2,” in theaters nationwide on May 2, 2014.

In a campaign to promote Priority Mail and “The Amazing Spider-Man 2,” the Postal Service and Sony Pictures are collaborating on a high-profile, multi-channel marketing campaign that begins this week and continues through the end of May.

One of the centerpieces of the campaign, which includes Direct Mail, digital and social media elements, is a television commercial that features Spider-Man circumventing all obstacles in delivering a Priority Mail package to a special showing for fans of “The Amazing Spider-Man 2.” USPS linked up with Sony Pictures through their mutual media agency, Universal McCann (UM), and DNA Productions to create the television spot with renowned directors, Rich Lee and Marc Webb, director of “The Amazing Spider-Man 2.” Viewers can watch the new USPS/Spider-Man TV spot on the Postal Service’s YouTube channel at youtube.com/user/uspstv.

The campaign parallels with the superhero by highlighting the courageous acts of the postal workforce. One such example is Isagani Ravelo, a letter carrier in Virginia who saved a person’s life when he heard a customer in distress calling for help. He entered the home to find an elderly woman with severe head injuries resulting from a fall. He immediately performed first-aid to stop bleeding and called an acquaintance of the accident victim for assistance, as the victim requested.

Last year, the Postal Service recognized 262 postal employees for heroic acts in the Postmaster General’s heroes program.

The wide-ranging promotion also includes trucks featuring Spider-Man images in major urban centers, in-movie integrated logo placement, limited-edition Spider-Man Priority Mail Flat Rate Shipping Boxes, online and digital banners, Spider-Man postage from self-service kiosks, and retail signs. Inspired by Spider-Man’s comic book heritage, the campaign will feature graphic renderings as a story-telling vehicle and feature stories of ‘USPS super heroes’ – real-life Postal Service employees delivering for their customers.

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