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 destinati... More »

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Domestic Priority Mail takes up to three days to reach its destination. Priority Express is overnight delivery, and Priority International takes up to 10 days to arrive at the destination. More »

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Priority Mail takes from 1 to 3 business days for delivery. 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 destinat... More »

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The United States Postal Service offers a few different regular mail delivery services, including Priority Mail Express, Priority Mail, First Class Mail, and USPS Retail Ground. USPS Retail Ground, the most affordable ma... More »

According to the United States Postal Service, the expected delivery time for USPS Retail Ground, the ground shipping service that delivers to all U.S. addresses, is two to eight business days in the 48 contiguous states... More »

According to the United States Postal Service, mail under 13 ounces takes two to three business days when shipped by First Class and Priority classes. When shipped Priority Express class, mail is delivered the next day. More »

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Though the exact length of time varies based on the package's contents and the chosen mail service, as of April 2015, USPS holds certified mail, insured parcels and ordinary parcels for 15 days after the first delivery a... More »