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New prices will take effect July 14

The changes were announced in the spring

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USPS will implement its latest price changes on Sunday, July 14.

USPS will adjust mailing services prices, effective Sunday, July 14.

The changes will raise mailing services product prices approximately 7.8 percent.

The Postal Service will also adjust prices for Special Services products, including Certified Mail and money order fees.

There will be no price increase for PO Box rental fees, and USPS will apply a price reduction of 10 percent for postal insurance when mailing an item.

Additionally, Parcel Select price changes will take effect July 14.

The new rates will include an average 25 percent increase for Parcel Select, which allows high-volume shippers to enter packages for regional delivery through the USPS network.

The mailing services and Parcel Select price changes were announced in the spring.

The price adjustments are needed to achieve the financial stability sought by the Postal Service’s Delivering for America 10-year plan. USPS prices remain among the most affordable in the world.

The Retail and Post Office Operations Blue page has more information.