Posted March 25, 2019 11:14:54Free postage is available for all residents of the United States, as long as they live in counties that have received a certain amount of mail.
The counties are named in the order they are listed on the USPS website, and can be found by clicking on the county name.
They are also sorted by county, and the counties that offer free mail to residents are listed first.
To receive free postage, residents of these counties have to make a payment of $3 per month or less to the USPS, and they have to sign up for USPS Mail Alerts to receive free stamps.
A letter that tells residents about free postage will arrive via the USPS Mailbox and Mail Carrier service.
Free postage is not a requirement for receiving stamps, but it is a good way to get rid of unwanted mail and keep things organized.
Counties with free postage include:Alaska, Arkansas, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming, and Puerto Rico.
The counties with free stamps are:Alaskan, Arizona and California are the only two that offer postage free to residents of their respective states.
In Alaska, residents must pay for postage and other services to receive stamps.
In Arizona, residents pay $3 for postage, $3.50 for delivery, and $2 for mail return.
Residents of California must make a $5.50 payment on their first mail.
Residents in the Pacific Northwest and in the Midwest are required to pay $6 per month for mail service.
Residents in the Northeast and Midwest can receive free mailing in some of their counties.
For example, in New York City, residents in New Jersey must pay $4 for mail and $3 delivery.
Residents also receive mail service in Pennsylvania and Maryland, although in the latter two states residents must be eligible for mail-in.
Residents of Connecticut must pay an additional $4 per month to receive mailing in the state.
Residents and non-residents in the District of Columbia must also pay $2 per month, but residents of other states can get mail services without paying an additional fee.
Residents living in Illinois must make $3 monthly payments for mail.
People in other states who live in Illinois are also eligible for free postage.
In California, residents living in the Central Valley must pay a $2.50 delivery fee.
People who live near the California border are eligible for $2 free postage and a $1.25 delivery fee in the South Bay area.
Residents can receive a free mailing from a local postal service office in their area by contacting the USPS.
You can also contact the USPS office for more information.