Note: As of October 19, 2022, ShippingEasy now offers the lowest USPSⓇ shipping rates in the industry, and the rates reflected on this page are prior to this change and may not be accurate. For more information on these new rates, check out our blog!
This chart covers 2-day shipping rates for the major carriers—UPS, FedEx, and USPS—across popular weights and zones for 2020. Two day shipping is important for e-commerce companies that value fast shipping options.
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While UPS and FedEx rates look much more expensive than USPS, it is because they have residential and fuel surcharges calculated into the rates, and use publicly listed rates from both carriers, while many e-commerce sellers are able to negotiate better rates with UPS and FedEx. Even with negotiated rates, USPS typically comes out cheaper due to the lack of added surcharges.
This information is from ShippingEasy’s The E-commerce Seller’s Guide to 2020 Shipping Rate Changes: