How Much Would It Cost To Send A Package From Usa To Ecuador Certified Mail That Weights 3 Pounds

How do I mail from the US to Ecuador?

Air Mail (as in letters in envelopes, postcards and such) from the US normally take between 7-10 days. Air Mail costs about 30 cents, but it all depends on the weight.

Ecuador uses six-character postal codes. The first character is the province letter (ISO code of the province). The next two characters are digits indicating the canton. The next two are digits indicating the parish. Finally, one additional letter identifies a local delivery area.

You can find the postal codes at the page below.
http://www.statoids.com/uec.html

USPS does deliver internationally. For a 1 pound "Priority Mail® Flat Rate Envelope" to Ecuador the cost is $11.00 (with an estimated delivery time of 6 - 10 Days).

You can use the Postage Calculator on the USPS website to calcute Domestic and International shipping rates and estimated times.
http://ircalc.usps.gov/

How do I mail from the US to Ecuador?

Air Mail (as in letters in envelopes, postcards and such) from the US normally take between 7-10 days. Air Mail costs about 30 cents, but it all depends on the weight.

Ecuador uses six-character postal codes. The first character is the province letter (ISO code of the province). The next two characters are digits indicating the canton. The next two are digits indicating the parish. Finally, one additional letter identifies a local delivery area.

You can find the postal codes at the page below.
http://www.statoids.com/uec.html

USPS does deliver internationally. For a 1 pound "Priority Mail® Flat Rate Envelope" to Ecuador the cost is $11.00 (with an estimated delivery time of 6 - 10 Days).

You can use the Postage Calculator on the USPS website to calcute Domestic and International shipping rates and estimated times.
http://ircalc.usps.gov/

How much does it cost to mail a license plate? Or how much does one weigh so I can look up the postage?

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How much postage do I need to mail a regular letter sent from U.S. to Brazil?

By regular I assume you mean a first class envelope. You need 1 first class international forever stamp which costs $1.15. If the letter weighs more than one ounce, you need 21 cents worth of postage for each additional ounce.If you don’t have an international forever stamp, you could use 3 domestic forever stamps which are 49 cents a piece. Technically you will have over paid for postage.How Much is a Stamp | 2017 Postage Rates and Costs

What's the difference between USPS priority mail and USPS first class?

In a general sense, first class is  a service of letters/packages weighing less than 12 ounces. Priority mail is that same service for packages 12 ounces to 70 pounds. That is the way that it originally was meant to work; priority mail was merely a differentiation between the weights of articles--they were handled the same, followed the same routes, and were delivered in the same amount of time. However, since the Postal Service is a quasi-private business; they must take actions to make themselves competitive. Priority Mail has been a victim of that process. First, if I recall correctly, they continued handling Priority the same as they always had, but they were marketing it as the "new" service that gave first class mail a higher priority than it previously had. The Postal Service markedted it as a two to three day service anywhere in the country. That was a load of hoohah because first class mail had always had the imperative to take two to three days to go anywhere in the country. Now, with the advent of flat rate envelopes, bags, and boxes; Priority Mail has become a somewhat different service. Plus, there is an International Priority Mail as well. When it all filters through all the hype, Priority Mail still comes down as plain old first class mail.

How much does it cost to ship a 20 pound box with the USPS?

This question can’t be answered without a lot of additional information. The lowest rate I was able to find, is available only for “media mail” (originally called “book rate”, if the package contains books, magazines, or any of several similar types of things, and nothing else) and the sum of the external dimensions (length + girth) is less than 108 inches, you can get this rate, $11.73If you want priority express delivery before 10:30 a.m. between Dallas and Chicago, you’re looking at $117.75.There are quite a few options between those two price points.Edit: updated in December 2018. Media Mail rate for 20# package is now $12.35. Express Delivery $119.00

How much does postage cost to Puerto Rico?

I will assume that you are talking about the United States Postal Service from within the United States. The answer is: exactly the same as it would cost you to mail the same package to your neighbor, which is the same as mailing from California to New York. First-class, priority and priority mail express cost the same to/from Puerto Rico, as it does in all 50 states. This is the same for Hawaii as well. Fedex, DHL, and UPS do charge more and believe they require 2nd Air to send any envelope/package over to the continental US. I assume this is the same for Hawaii and Alaska.

U.S. Postal Service: How many pieces of paper would it take so that an envelope would become heavy enough to require two postage stamps?

Generally, 4 standard 8.5"x11" pieces of paper plus one standard business size (#10) envelope are just shy of 1 ounce (0.85 ounces with unprinted paper). With 5 sheets of paper, it nudges just over 1 ounce (1 to 1.05 ounces), so by the time you add the weight of the stamp(s) and any printing (ink or toner), you'd definitely be over 1 ounce.Also, the 2 ounce postage rate (within the USA) is NOT equal to 2 stamps. The two ounce rate is currently 68¢, so it's one Forever (47¢) stamp plus another 21¢ for the 2nd ounce. But that only holds true for the first 3.5 ounces (yes, 3.5, not 4...). After that, different rates apply depending on whether it's a "First Class Flats" or "First Class Parcel" item.You seen, the USPS decided to go the route of "why make it simple, when you can make it complicated".When you look at the US Postage Rate structures, there are literally hundreds of rates within the USA depending on what you're mailing and where. Germany on the other hand, only has 5 rates for up to 2.2 pounds when you're mailing domestically within Germany. Go Figure!BTW: The basic German domestic postage rates are at:https://www.efiliale.de/internet...When you look at Germany's international rates, there 6 basic ones (for letter related items) to ALL countries, while in the USA, that would be many hundreds of different rates for every one of the 195 or so countries on the planet..

Postal & Shipping Services: What is the cheapest way to send a simple envelope with tracking number within the US?

Postal & Shipping Services: What is the cheapest way to send a simple envelope with tracking number within the US?If you insist upon a ‘simple envelope’, send it as a certified letter without return receipt.If you’re willing to move up from a ‘simple envelope’, a first class parcel in the form of a bubble envelope of a very small cardboard sleeve or box (if you can find one) with whatever you want to send in it.Thankfully, speaking as someone who’s delivered enough mail in his time, first class letters are not tracked! Assuming that all first class letters would have to be in order for any of them to be successfully monitored (because otherwise, they just look like any other mail, including much of the presort standard that fills a tray of Delivery Point Sequence sorted mail… the letter carrier would have a dead scanner by about ten thirty in the morning. After charging on the cradle all night, about 120 scans is all you get out of a battery that’s more than a few months old. Around Christmas, we sometimes don’t make it through the day before we have to start manually jotting down tracking numbers and entering them into the system back at the office after we’ve changed batteries… which, naturally, are in very short supply.Anything with a USPS tracking number is what we call an ‘accountable’ and it must be scanned in whenever it enters a facility or is finally delivered. Can you imagine having to do that with all first class letters? Yikes! Unless they were sorted into separate trays (from the presort standard class) and every office down to the smallest one got a machine that could process the letters in that tray to accept them into that office, mail delivery would be severely impacted by the added hassle involved. On top of that, the last scan would likely just report that it had arrived at the office and possibly that every letter in that tray was ‘out for delivery’ with the carrier. There’s no way the carrier would be able to scan each first class letter at its delivery point… which is what most people really want to have with a tracking number!

How much does it cost to ship a small mailing tube via USPS?

The volume of the Small Mailing Tube is roughly 384.2 in^3. If you use the dimensions 25" x 6" x 5" x 1/2 (the 5" is an approximation for the height of the tube triangle), you get a volume of 375 in^3. Probably close enough for the Post Office calculator. So using 25"x3"x5" (the 3" came from 6" x 1/2) as your package dimensions, postage will be calculated just above the small flat rate box ($.05 in my test case for a 1 lb. package). I used the "Large Package" option because it allows you to input dimensions. The dimensions are not large enough for the Small Mailing Tube to be a large package, so the USPS calculator just defaults to calculating by weight. I'd say you are probably o.k. using the small flat rate box rates for packages under 2 pounds. There is an entry for just Priority Mail, no "flat", on the USPS rate calculator page which is based on weight alone. The Small Mailing Tubes do not specifically state that they are flat rate, so technically the "Priority Mail" rate entry based on weight is what you should use (see image)See the Priority Rate table - specifically the table, not the fixed rate notes at the top - of rates here:DMM Notice 123 Price List