DMM TOC > 200 Commercial Letters and Cards > 220 Priority Mail|
1.1.1 Commercial Base Pricing
b. USPS-approved PC Postage products when registered end-users use a qualifying shipping label.
d. USPS-approved IBI postage meters that print the IBI with the appropriate price marking (see 202.3.3) and electronically transmit transactional data to the USPS.
1.1.2 Commercial Plus Pricing
a. USPS-approved PC-Postage products when registered end-users use a qualifying shipping label.
c. Permit holders using MRS for Priority Mail items who qualify for commercial base prices and whose account volumes exceed 100,000 pieces in the previous calendar year or who have a customer commitment agreement with the USPS (see 188.8.131.52).
d. USPS-approved IBI postage meters that print the IBI with the appropriate price marking (see 202.3.3) and electronically transmit transactional data daily to USPS for all mailpieces and mail categories.
1.1.3 Critical Mail Pricing
a. USPS-approved PC Postage products when registered end-users apply a qualifying shipping label managed by the PC Postage system used.
In a postage-affixed Priority Mail mailing, the mailer must affix to each piece a value equal to at least the postage required (including any surcharges).
A mailer may be authorized to mail items without affixing postage when a permit imprint indicia (see 604.5.0) is used and payment is made at the time of mailing from a permit imprint advance deposit account established with the USPS for that purpose. This payment method may be used for postage and extra service fees.
2.2 Minimum Quantity
Permit imprint mailings must contain at least 200 pieces or 50 pounds submitted under the terms of an approved manifest mailing system agreement with exceptions allowed under a minimum volume reduction provision.