Can any of the USPS employees who check in here occasionally tell me if it'd be ok to use those adhesive-backed clear plastic envelopes (like UPS packing-list envelopes or USPS Customs Forms envelopes* ) with printed postage (as opposed to stamps)?
I was about to order a bunch more adhesive laser labels, but then realized that regular paper in these envelopes would be cheaper and easier than manual feed printing on 2-up labels on our printer.
I'm pretty sure it wouldn't be ok to have stamps within them, but didn't know if printed postage needs to be cancelled as well.
Thanks in advance!
*I know you can't use these for other purposes! ;-)
Last Edited on: 7/23/08 1:12 PM ET - Total times edited: 1
Maybe someone will be able to answer this question:
Does printed postage (as opposed to stamps) have to be franked or otherwise stamped/marked?
Yes, you can use those type envelopes. I worry that the paper will come off the package but I do see them used frequently.
No, the online postage does not need cancelled or marked in any way unless you do not have the correct postage on it.
Here's a pack of a thousand 4.5" x 5.5":
4.5" x 6":
USPS printed-postage labels print on half a letter-size page and need at least 4" x 6.5" after trimming, so the above wouldn't work for, at least for USPS online labels. Does anyone know what dimensions are necessary here at PBS?
ETA: Check this option out - label pouches on a roll!
ETA: Here's a roll of 500 label pouches for $30-$35 depending on size: http://www.klinepackaging.com/cart/product.php?productid=757
ETA: Looks like a PBS label w/postage is 4" x 6".
Last Edited on: 7/30/08 11:07 PM ET - Total times edited: 4