1. Use an online source. Stamps.com offers USPS-approved postage that you can print and mail from home. Click the link below for their current offer.
2. Use a scale to weigh materials at home. Enter the information into the USPS website and affix pre-purchased stamps. Here is what I do:
- Buy a scale to weigh packages at home. You can find them at Staples, Office Depot, Sam's Club or order them online.
- Purchase letter envelopes, manila envelopes, and bubble envelopes in bulk. I find them significantly cheaper at Sam's Club. You can also grab several flat rate envelopes and boxes free-of-charge from the post office or their online store to keep on hand.
Mailing from home will save you time and can expedite delivery to your customer! It is a great way to mail out catalogs, product, fliers, pamphlets, and postcards to customers without waiting until your next post office trip or having to make repeated special trips.