Bulk Mail Service Tip #1 – Another Way to Save Postage

 

Don’t pay too much

Here’s another easy way to save on postage. Co-mingle your metered mail.

What is co-mingled mail?  Your mail is put with other mail and presorted before it goes to the post office, because of that process it costs less to mail.  Simple and easy.  Fill out two easy forms one time, meter at a lower rate and deliver to us, save postage.

True story:

Yesterday I received a newsletter mailed by a local non-profit.  They metered 64 cents postage.  

If they would allow us to co-mingle this mail they could have saved 22.6 cents per piece. 

Doing it yourself is not always the best decision.

If you meter your mail, if you have over 100 pieces and if you want to save postage, please contact us first.  (click here)

Have a wonder-filled day,

Donna Flanagin

Random me:   Learned to type on a manual typewriter.  What’s a manual typewriter you say?

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4 CommentsLeave a comment

  1. Love how you’re teaching your audience about the business of shipping things. Great stuff. Can feel your passion.

    • Jeff, I do have a strange passion for trying to save my customers money. Anyone can do bulk mail, but how many are going to go out of their way to make sure you are getting the best deal?

  2. Great information to have! I hope that you are sending your blog to the non-profits so they know, too!

    • Kathy, interestingly this was mailed first class so the non-profit discounts don’t apply. If they would let me mail it non-profit for them we would have saved them about 49 cents per piece in postage!! I do not send my blogs to anyone.


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