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April 21

April 21, 2010

 

Summer Sale Returns

 

The Federal Register final rule on the upcoming 2010 Standard MailŽ Incentive Program (aka 2010 Summer Sale) was posted today on Postal ExplorerŽ at pe.usps.com.

 

The Sale will provide a 30 percent credit on postage paid by Standard Mail customers mailing an increased volume of letters and flats above a predetermined threshold. The program period will run from July 1 through September 30, 2010.

 

Invitation letters will automatically be sent to eligible customers by May 1, 2010. Mailers who want to participate in the program and believe that they meet the minimum eligibility criteria, of mailing 350,000 Standard Mail letters or flats within the program qualification period, may request a review of their eligibility by contacting summersale@usps.gov no later than May 15, 2010.  

 

The 2010 Standard Mail Incentive Program was reviewed and approved by the Postal Regulatory Commission on April 7, 2010.