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December 6, 2012

Mail holiday packages before deadline for timely arrival

Following are dates by which items mailed via post offices must be sent to be delivered by Dec. 25:

  • Military mail — All APO/FPO/DPO addresses except 093 Zip Code, which has passed, for: First Class and Priority Mail by Monday, and Express Mail by Dec. 17.
  • Civilian International Mail — Priority Mail Intentional Service for Asia, Pacific Rim, Australia, New Zealand and Mexico by Monday, First Class Mail International Service to Asia, Pacific Rim, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Caribbean Area, Mexico, Europe and the Middle East by Monday, Express Mail International Service to Africa and Central and South America by Tuesday, Priority Mail International Service to Canada, Caribbean Area, Europe and Middle East by Dec. 13, Express Mail International Service to Asia, Pacific Rim, Australia, New Zealand, Caribbean Area, Mexico, Europe and Middle East by Dec. 15 and Canada by Dec. 17, Global Express Guaranteed Service to Asia, Pacific Rim, Australia and New Zealand by Dec. 18 to Africa, Caribbean Area, Europe and the Middle East by Dec. 19 and to Canada and Mexico by Dec. 20.

Source: United States Postal Service.




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