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How long does it take for USPS Priority Mail to be delivered?

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Priority Mail takes from 1 to 3 business days for delivery, as of 2014. Exact transit time for a Priority Mail package to reach its intended recipient depends on the origin location from which the package is mailed, and the destination address where the package is being sent.

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Also as of 2014, Priority Mail from the U.S. Postal Service comes with free package pickup service and free USPS tracking information that allows consumers to track the progress of their packages from origin to destination. Insurance is included with most shipments, and flat-rate packaging supplies for Priority Mail packages are available at no cost to consumers.

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