Hold for Pickup is a USPS special service that delivers a package to a USPS facility where it can be picked up by a specified recipient. When the package arrives at the pickup location, the USPS will send an email to the recipient to notify them that the package is available for pickup. To obtain the package, the recipient must present a valid ID matching the recipient information on the shipping label.
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How to Print Hold for Pickup Labels
To Print a Label with Hold for Pickup, follow these instructions:
From the Stamps.com Software, go to the Packages or Batch tab.
On the Packages tab, enter return and delivery information. If selecting an address from the address book, make sure to print labels for only one recipient at a time.
Select a 4×6 shipping label such as plain paper or the SDC-1200 as your print media. When printing from Batch, this selection will occur after clicking print.
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On the Packages tab, or from the advanced edit on Batch shipments, click on the Select button next to Additional Options. If this option is disabled, be sure to turn off Hidden Postage. To pull up the advanced edit for a batch shipment, select the order and click the Edit icon on the Batch ribbon menu.
Select “Hold for Pickup”.
Finish entering your mailpiece settings such as mailpiece, mail class, and weight. Note: Hold for Pickup can only be used with Priority Mail, Priority Mail Express, and First-Class Package Service.
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Enter an email address for the recipient. This is required by the USPS to notify the recipient of when the package is available for pickup.
Print your label. If you receive an error that the address is not supported, please note the following:
Hold for Pickup is not supported to military mail destinations.
Certain locations do not support Hold for Pickup.
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How to Specify a Pickup Location
Stamps.com will automatically choose the pickup location based on the destination address. The ability to specify the pickup location is not currently supported.