The amount of time it takes to mail a letter to another destination varies by date and by distance. According to the U.S. Postal Service, First-Class Mail usually arrives within one to three business days. More »

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The U.S. Postal Service delivers first-class letter correspondence in one to three business days, but it does not explicitly guarantee its arrival in that time. The exact time needed varies depending on the distance betw... More »

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Mail delivery times vary due to factors such as package size, package type and travel time. For a standard letter in the United States, the average delivery time to another state is two to seven days, while a letter rema... More »

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The differences in U.S. Postal Service shipping prices are due to the size of the package, the type of service the person is choosing and the distance to the mail's destination. The weight of the package also plays a rol... More »

The time it takes for mail to reach its destination varies based on the method of delivery and delivery location. Electronic mail is usually delivered in seconds, but if the server is slow, it can take several hours to r... More »

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When mail sent from the U.S. is unable to reach its destination, the United States Postal Service, or USPS, will mark it as "undelivered mail returned to sender." There are exceptions to this, such as when the mail is a ... More »

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The value of the postage, or the number of stamps, required to send a letter varies according to the weight, shape and destination of the letter. The website of the United States Postal Service provides a calculator for ... More »