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Print Postage Online!

Stamps.com shoplet blog giveaway Print Postage Online!

We have a second giveaway for this week sponsored by Stamps.com! They are giving away a 1 year subscription to Stamps.com, a 25 lb. scale, 5 sheets of custom NetStamps labels, and a pack of premium shipping labels to 1 winner.

With Stamps.com, you have all the functions of the Post Office(TM) right on your desktop! Here are a few of the features that make Stamps.com the most convenient and cost-effective postage solution available today!

-Access to all USPS Services, including domestic and international mail classes
-Print postage directly on envelopes or shipping labels
-Ecommerce Integrations with popular marketplaces like Amazon, eBay, Etsy & many more
-Valuable postage and insurance discounts, not available at the Post Office
-Custom NetStamps with your logo or marketing message for branding purposes
-Integrated 25 lb. scale via USB cord (no manual data entry)

HERE’S HOW TO WIN:

Leave a comment on this post telling us what you will ship using your Stamps.com subscription.

Get extra entries:
1. Subscribe to the Shoplet Blog via RSS or Email
2. Like Shoplet on Facebook and Stamps.com on Facebook  AND share this giveaway on Facebook
3. Follow Shoplet on Twitter and Stamps.com on Twitter  AND tweet this giveaway on Twitter
4. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel and Stamps.com’s YouTube Channel
5. Follow Shoplet on Pinterest AND repin this giveaway photo. You’ll find it here
6. Follow Shoplet on Instagram
(Make sure to leave one separate comment for each extra entry you do!)

We’ll pick 1 winner using random.org and announce them on Thursday, April 11th! Good luck!

126 Responses to Print Postage Online!

  1. Lesley L says:

    I seem to always be running out of stamps and the lines here at the local post office is always long (which is why I always end up driving to the neighbouring town to mail stuff). I would use it to mail letters and packages.

  2. Cheryl Smith says:

    Love to win, would save me trips into the post office to weigh packages and oversized envelopes.