How Long Does It Take to Mail a Letter?

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Normally, local mail takes one day, or two at the most to mail a letter but to be sure, contact the post office and ask them what time is their next pick up, and they will tell you what time their pick up is, but this also depends on where the mail is going to and the service paid for. If you have something to mail, for instance, an important letter, the post office pick up times are 2:00 and 4:00 pm, you can mail the letter an 1/2 hour before pick up time.
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