As you look ahead to 2024, take a moment to consider whether your First-Class and Marketing Mail volumes will increase.

If so, you could save big with a 30% marketing credit on the growth amount. Or, if you sent fewer than 1 million pieces in 2023, you’ll receive a 30% marketing credit on the amount over 1 million you send in 2024. The credit is money that can be used for future postage. 

Here are two examples of how it works.

Company A – Last year, this company sent 1.2 million mail pieces in the Standard Mail/Marketing Class. This year, they plan to send 1.7 million. They’ll qualify for a credit on the .5 million growth

Company B – In 2023, this company sent 750,000 direct mail pieces, but in 2024 they plan to send 1.4 million. They’ll qualify for a credit on .4 million pieces (the amount over one million).

Parcels and First Class Single-Rate pieces are not included. This incentive was just announced August 11, and USPS hasn’t released the details on how to sign up yet. If you think you’ll qualify for this incentive, please let us know. We’ll keep an eye on the details and can help you get signed up when it’s time.


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Article by Suzi Oswald, Postal Specialist

A self-proclaimed mail geek, Suzi Oswald loves everything about mail – and helping people use it. She has nearly 25 years of experience in the printing and direct mail industry and is always looking to learn more, make improvements, and apply the latest technologies. She’s a Mail Piece Design Professional (MDP), Executive Mail Center Manager (EMCM) and Certified Direct Mail Professional (CDMP) with the United States Postal System.