USPS Priority Mail is expected to reach the recipient in one, two or three business days from the date of pickup, according to USPS. The actual time items take to arrive depends on the origin, drop-off time and destination of the package.
USPS Priority Mail does not come with a money-back guarantee. The expected date of delivery is printed on the checkout receipt. The Priority Mail service includes free pickup and tracking of packages. This service does not include any surcharges and, in most cases, does include insurance, although some restrictions apply. It is possible to schedule Priority Mail pickups online.