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Plush toys of Mr. ZIP and his friends Farley, left, and B. Franklin can be ordered from The Postal Store.

USPS-branded toys, apparel, home decor and collectibles are available for the holiday season.

Most of the popular licensed products are under $100 and can be purchased from The Postal Store, which is part of, and other retailers.

Honoring Mr. ZIP. Postal employees and customers can continue celebrating 60 years of the USPS mascot, who was created to promote the Zone Improvement Plan (ZIP) Code.

A Mr. ZIP ornament ($27.99) is available from The Postal Store. Mr. ZIP’s Windy Day ($10.99), a children’s book released this year, can be purchased from The Postal Store, as well as Barnes & Noble, Amazon and Walmart. Plush toys of Mr. ZIP and friends Farley and B. Franklin are also available from The Postal Store ($14.99 each).

New wearables. A collegiate-style U.S. Mail T-shirt ($23) can be purchased from The Postal Store. Apparel featuring this year’s Winter Woodland Animals stamps is available from licensed manufacturer Trevco in the USPS store on Amazon ($22.99-$49.99).

Riding along. The popular electric USPS ride-on toy ($319.99) is available on Amazon. The award-winning product, manufactured by Kid Trax and released in 2021, is made for children 3-5 years old.

Looking ahead. Get ready for the new year with a postal-themed planner. The USPS Stamp Art 2024 Calendar ($15.99) is available from The Postal Store, Barnes & Noble and Amazon. The calendar showcases seasonally appropriate stamp art, influential figures and moments throughout U.S. history. It also has space for notes, appointments and reminders.

Products are available while supplies last. Shoppers should consult mail-by dates to ensure delivery in time for the holidays.