Post offices in the US are operated by the United States Postal Service, the national postal service. USPS manages the majority of mail in the country.
USPS outlets sell almost anything needed to post letters or packages worldwide. USPS offers ground, air and courier services for post cards, letters and packages. Prices will vary depending on weight, destination, time of year and speed of delivery. The USPS website offers an online postage calculator.
Outlets may also offer post office boxes to rent for people who prefer to use them, or who do not have a fixed address.
Post offices may be in stand-alone buildings, or they may be found in partnerships with some grocery or other retail stores. The USPS website has a locator to help you find your closest USPS outlet.
In addition to USPS, there are a number of private courier companies available in the US, including FedEx, DHL Express, and UPS (United Parcel Service).
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