What are USPS Regional Rate Boxes?
USPS Regional Rate Boxes are used for both domestically and internationally, providing a low-cost shipping alternative for ecommerce and commercial customers.
USPS Regional Rate Boxes are probably the easiest way and lowest in cost of delivery within the United States and best for when you purchase and print the labels online and send package short distance. You can’t use your own box choosing this way of shipping. USPS Regional Rate Boxes prices are available for clients who send their items using USPS-produced Regional Rate Boxes. USPS Regional Rate Boxes Priority Mail pricing depends on both the box type and the zone it is sent from and to out of the 9 US zones.
What are the USPS Regional Rate Boxes Sizes?
There are three types of USPS Regional Rate Boxes (A, B, C). They differ by size and a maximum weight limit:
A) Priority Mail Regional Rate Box A consists of two kinds of boxes: side loading (11 1⁄16″ x 2 1⁄2″ x 13 1⁄16″) and top loading (10 1⁄8″ x 7 1⁄8″ x 5″). Maximum weight limit for Priority Mail Regional Rate Box A is 15lbs.
B) Priority Mail Regional Rate Box B includes two types of boxes: side loading (14 1⁄2″ x 3″ x 16 1⁄4″) and top loading (12 1⁄4″ x 10 1⁄2″ x 5 1⁄2″). Maximum weight for Priority Mail Regional Rate Box B is 20lbs.
C) Priority Mail Regional Rate Box C (15″ x 12″ x 12″) has maximum weight limit of 25lbs.