Is UPS Cheaper Than USPS?


Whether UPS is cheaper than USPS may vary depending on the size of the package and it's destination. Generally, USPS is a bit cheaper than UPS. USPS stands for United States Postal Service.
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USPS tends to be the less expensive option when shipping small parcels. Larger items are
A 2.2 kg package costs around $19.60 for USPS, while around $34.98 for UPS. Prices still depend on shipping location.
USPS is cheaper I believe. They are both pretty reliable. I don't think the UPS pickup is free.
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