We’ve updated our USPS Holiday Calendar with the latest information from the USPS. In addition, we’ve added important USPS early closing days which are not typically spelled out on the USPS Postal Holidays web page.
We’ve placed this information along with LetterStream’s holiday schedule on a Google Calendar so you can have all the information at your fingertips on your smartphone, tablet or Google account.
If you are already synced to the LetterStream calendar, awesome! Your job here is done. If not, see the instructions below.
One more important mention; most USPS retail counters close early on both Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve, so make sure you call ahead and/or plan accordingly. In conjunction, LetterStream will also be closing early on both of those days.
Click on the “+Google Calendar” button below to subscribe with your Google account.
(*Click here for instructions on how to sync Google Calendar with a mobile device.)
Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays!
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This holiday season we want to wish you lots of love, time with family, hot chocolate, and of course… all your mail delivered on time. We are thankful for your support in 2014, and we look forward to serving you well in the coming year as well.
Please note that according to the USPS, most post offices will be closing at 12:00 noon on Christmas Eve (Wed. Dec. 24th) and New Year’s Eve (Wed. Dec. 31st). Be sure to drop mail in blue collection boxes by noon on those days as well, as the USPS will be picking up mail early.
See LetterStream’s holiday hours below, and click here for a link to the 2015 USPS holiday calendar.
-The LetterStream Team
Wishing you the very merriest of holiday seasons this year!
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Can you send mail on USPS postal holidays? Sure you can!
Let’s face it, we don’t all get the same paid holidays that the United States Postal Service (USPS) employees get. In 2012, the USPS is closed for 10 holidays.
However, if you are working and you need your mail to go out, LetterStream has the ability to mail your letters on many postal holidays. While the post office front counters are closed and mail carriers are off, there are some holidays that the post office back office is still on duty.
So, “Yes”, the USPS accepts and processes our mail on President’s Day (Washington’s birthday), Columbus Day, Veterans’ Day and MLK Day.
If you are like us and are working those days, feel free to send your mail to us and we’ll get it mailed on the Holiday for you!