Affordable Shipping for Packages Under 4 lbs
First-Class Package International Service® (FCPIS®) is a popular way to:
- Send packages up to 4 lbs (64 oz), valued at up to $400, worldwide. (Destination countries may have other restrictions.)
- Get delivery confirmation to select countries.
- Retail prices start at $14.85.
To send large envelopes under 15.994 oz, letters up to 3.5 oz, and postcards: See First-Class Mail International®.
- Ship worldwide to over 180 countries
- Get Electronic USPS Delivery Confirmation® International (E-USPS DELCON INTL®) when you ship online to select destinations, although certain limitations may apply:
Georgia, Republic of Germany
Greece Hong Kong
- Eligible for extra services (Certificate of Mailing, Registered Mail® Service and Return Receipt Service), except for items using E-USPS DELCON INTL service.
- Maximum weight is 4 lbs (64 oz).
- Packages (Other Than Rolls):
- Length (the longest dimension): minimum, 6 inches; maximum, 24 inches.
- 高：minimum, 4 inches.
- Combined Length, Height, and Depth (thickness): maximum 36 inches.
- The postage, address, customs form, and any other required elements must be on a side that’s at least 6 inches long x 4 inches high.
- Rolls (Tubes):
- 长度：minimum, 4 inches; maximum, 36 inches.
- Length plus twice the diameter (combined): minimum, 6-¾ inches; maximum, 42 inches.
When you send international packages using First-Class Package International Service, your package must have a complete and computer-generated customs form:
- If you pay for and print your international postage online with Click-N-Ship service, our tool creates the customs form for you.
- If you’ll be paying for your postage at a Post Office™ location, you can save time by printing your customs form at home.
- Otherwise, you can bring your package to the Post Office, fill out Form PS 2976-R, and give it to the USPS retail associate so they can create and print your customs form and complete the transaction.
There are specific regulations and standards for things you can’t mail (prohibited items) and for mailing restricted and hazardous materials.
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You don't use First-Class Package International Service to send packages to U.S. Military or Diplomatic Post Offices (APO/FPO/DPO) in other countries. Instead, you'll use domestic services and pay domestic prices.
When you send packages to U.S. military bases or embassies in other countries using APO/FPO/DPO mail, you'll pay domestic prices, but you’ll still be subject to the destination country's restrictions, and you'll have to fill out a customs form. 了解如何向海外亲人发送邮件和包裹的详情。