The official Web site of the U.S. Postal Service
- Calculate postage.
- Track and confirm a delivery.
- Hold your mail.
In a world where e-mail is surpassing snail-mail, it might come as a surprise that the U.S. Postal Service has a strong online presence. In fact, the USPS is using the Internet to make it easier for you to mail a paper letter.
One way the postal service is saving money is by offering many of its services online, saving you a trip to the post office. You no longer need to rush in right before closing on a weekday to perform common tasks such as changing your address, forwarding your mail, or having your mail held - you can visit USPS.gov to arrange for these services in just a few clicks.
Find a zip-code, calculate postage in advance, locate a post office, and arrange for a package to be picked up from your home or office, all from the U.S. Postal Service's Web site. Use the Click-N-Ship tool to print shipping labels and postage. You can generate postcards and letters on your computer, and the Web site's NetPost Print & Mail service will, as the name suggests, print and mail them for you. Businesses can even access tools and services online to help with their direct marketing campaigns.
You don't even have to go to the post office to buy postage stamps anymore. Order stamps and mailing supplies online at the Postal Store - even subscribe for regular stamp delivery if you're tired of running out. USPS.gov makes it easy to take care of your mailing needs 24/7.
Head to USPS.gov.