Q:

How much does it cost to post a DVD?

A:

The exact rate to send a DVD depends on a number of factors, including its weight, packaging and destination. USPS Media Mail is often recommended for DVDs. As of August, 2014, this costs $2.69 without tracking.

The $2.69 price assumes that the package does not weigh more than 1 pound. If the DVD is larger than standard with heavier packaging, the Media Mail prices rise with each extra pound. The price for between 1 and 2 pounds is $3.17. There is an additional cost for a package to be tracked. The USPS tracking rate is $0.23 when Media Mail is used. These rates assume that the package is being sent domestically within the United States.

Sources:

  1. stamps.com
  2. usps.com

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