We recognize the continuing need for businesses to send remotely amid COVID-19. In response to this need we’re providing all Pitney Bowes meter customers free of charge access to printing postage stamps through SendPro Online through June 30, 2020*.
Printing USPS-compliant PC postage stamps with SendPro Online is easy.
As with the meter, the application offers mailers 5 cents savings on every First-Class Mail® letter sent.
USPS-compliant PC postage stamps can be printed in 1 of 3 ways with SendPro Online:
- Directly on an envelope from a standard ink jet or laser printer
- On stamp sheets directly from a standard ink jet or laser printer
- With a USB thermal stamp roll printer
The most common way senders print postage stamps with SendPro Online is on stamp sheets.
To start, choose Print Stamps & Rolls from the Home screen. Next, enter the serial number of the stamp sheet and select the value and quantity of stamps to print. Then, insert the stamp sheet into the printer to print postage. View full instructions here.
To print postage directly on envelopes or with a USB thermal stamp roll printer the SendPro desktop app is required. Learn more.
In addition to printing postage stamps, SendPro Online allows you to easily print USPS shipping labels from your remote workspace.
Print shipping labels to access Commercial Base Pricing with savings up to 40.4% on Priority Mail® services**.
To start, choose Create Shipping Label from the Home screen and click the USPS® carrier tile. Next, you will need to fund your account, enter the shipment details and print your label to your network printer. View full instructions here.
Currently, Pitney Bowes is offering a free Priority Mail starter kit, delivered right to your door. The starter kit includes shipping tips and ways to save along with a variety of Priority Mail flat rate boxes, offering you a fixed price for shipments under 70 pounds.
When sending mail or packages, it’s important to understand the differences between the classes of service available.
Factors to consider when choosing the right class of service include cost, speed of delivery and the size and weight of the item you are sending.
Check out this article and video that break down the differences between sending First-Class Mail® and Priority Mail® and Priority Mail Express®.