Now you can buy and print postage online! With Orange Mailer you get access to nearly all USPS services, from Priority Mail® and Express Mail®, International to Media Mail!
Just create a free account to get started, or sign up for a subscription and get discounted rates. No special equipment needed. You can use our system with any type of printer and any kind of label (as long as the size is right!), or print directly on your envelope. Buy and print your USPS postage here and then just drop it at any USPS box or counter! Still curious?
Continue reading to see just how easy it is to print postage with Orange Mailer!
Printing USPS postage (or 3rd party labels) is really easy with Orange Mailer. You can also watch our get started video at the bottom of the page.
After you login to the site - from any page, you can always click either the "Orange" logo on the top left, or the "Get Started" navigation just below that. Either of these will always take you back to the default postage page.
Enter your "Ship TO" information. - if you have previously entered info here, you can type some letters into the "To Last Name" field and then press your tab button. This will open a selected drop down of addresses that match your search. Click the address you want and it will pre-fill the form for you.
Enter your "Ship From" information (if you have previously entered info here, it should be pre-populated).
On the right side, enter a cost code and/or note (both are optional)
Below that, enter the details for your shipment (size, weight) or select from the pre-populated drop down.
Next, click the "Show Available Rates" button and a drop down of available rates will appear.
Select the rate you prefer, that will make the red "Generate Postage" button appear. click the "Generate Postage/ Label" button to buy and print the label. Add funds if needed.
Once the label is ready (almost instantaneously) a pop up window will show that contains your label. Follow the instruction on the window for printing. If there are errors with printing, labels may be reprinted from the History page (top nav).