Usps Eddm Mailing


An Every Door Direct Mail (EDDM) piece is very simple to prepare and mail.
Just follow these few simple steps to learn how to take your EDDM from print to delivery.

  1. How To Do Eddm Mailing
  2. How To Use Usps Eddm
  3. Usps Eddm Sizes

1. Create an account and map out your locations.

Every Door Direct Mail ® is a new way to think about marketing your business to every door in the neighborhood without the need for specific addresses or names. The United States Postal Service's EDDM ® program allows you to have your postcards delivered to individual neighborhoods, using carrier routes. You identify the carrier routes and control the drop date and the USPS delivers directly. NOTE: The 10% discount is applied to all EDDM Retail® mailings with drop-off dates from August 01, 2020 through September 30, 2020. Please select a date within that timeframe to qualify. Please select a date within that timeframe to qualify. Amazingmail's easy-to-use portal lets you create and complete an EDDM ® campaign in minutes. Upload your own images and design or select from one of our free, professionally designed templates. We take care of the printing, the required processes, and mailing so you can focus on growing your business. Visit EDDM - Taradel. EDDM-Retail flats must be part of one mailing of at least 200 pieces (or 50 pounds) of mail except under 143.2.1, but no more than 5000 pieces per mailing per day at any one Post Office. If a Post Office serves multiple ZIP Codes, the maximum number of EDDM-Retail pieces per day is 5000 per 5-digit ZIP Code.

The Post Office offers a handy tool on their website where you can enter data about the area you wish to mail to and it returns information about that area, such as:

-Number of homes in a route
-Number of businesses in a route
-Statistical information like average age or income of that area
-Total number of routes needed for your mailing
-Approximate cost of Postage per mailing
-Local Post Office for each route

There are several ways to choose the areas where your EDDM will hit:

-By City
-By County
-By Zip Code
-By radius around a specific address you choose

You can choose the type of routes served:

-Rural/Highway Contract
-PO Boxes

And you can select from two delivery types:

-Business and Residential
-Residential Only

Once you have made all of your selections and have a final count of the area and routes that you want covered, you can continue by clicking 'Next' to create all of the paperwork needed for delivering your EDDM pieces to the Post Office.
Church Offset Printing can print your mail pieces and provide them to you with easy-to-follow instructions and required USPS documentation. Cost to print postcards varies with the different stocks and EDDM Sizes that you choose.

2. Bundle
This is the most tedious step of completing your EDDM, but it's easy!
The Post Office requires that you bundle your EDDM pieces into stacks of 100, so that the Mail Carrier can take these bundles and place them in their bag or cart and leave one at each mailbox or PO box on their route.

Church Offset Printing provides these to you with slip sheets every 100 pieces to aid in the sorting.
One of the forms that the system creates for you is the Facing Slip. This form needs to be on top of every bundle. The post office will only provide you with 1 facing slip. You will need to make copies of this form for your bundles. It's recommended that you fill in the date and bundle count for each mailing before making copies so that you won't have to fill them in every time.

How To Do Eddm Mailing

These are the fields you must complete on the Facing Slip:
-Route Number
-Number of Pieces in Bundle
-Total Number of Bundles
-Company Name
-Post Office of Mailing

If your route has 458 names, you will need 5 facing slips, 4 facing slips will be marked for bundle of 100, 1 facing slip will say 58. Your bundles will be marked 1 of 5, 2 of 5, ect… to make it easier on the postal delivery person.

How To Use Usps Eddm

Church Offset Printing does have an option that will bundle and prepare your EDDM Mailing.
To help make the process even easier, we can print your mail pieces PLUS count and bundle them by carrier route and ship them to you with the required USPS documentation – ready to drop off at the Post Office.

3. Delivery
Once you have your mail route and bundled pieces, the final step is to deliver it to the Post Office on the forms. The forms generated by the EDDM system will give the lists the address of each Post Office you must deliver the bundled mailers to, the hours of operation, and contact information. You must deliver the mailings to the local post office of the carrier routes you choose.

You will also find a table listing the Carrier Routes selected, the number of mail pieces for each route, and the total postage cost. From here, your Post Office representative will review your paperwork and mail pieces, process the paperwork in the register, and accept payment for your EDDM. Remember to keep a sample handy of your mailing. The post office will want to weigh and measure it to make sure they meet postal requirements.
The number of Post Offices listed will typically only vary if you chose more than one carrier route.
Your mail pieces will be delivered within the Standard Mail delivery time.

For the ultimate convenience, we can print your mail pieces, count and bundle them by carrier route, and then mail them for you via “open and distribute” to the local Post Office.

If you have any questions or would like a quote, give us a call or send us an email! We are happy to help!

Enclosed are examples of Standard Mail® flats that can be used with Every Door Direct Mail® service. These show some of the ways you can reach every home, every address, every time. Below, you’ll find guidelines on all qualifying dimensions and other requirements.

Mailing requirements.
All Every Door Direct Mail mail pieces must have the entire mailing label on the “top half” of the mail piece. The orientation of the label, whether it’s applied on the long or short side, does not matter (except that labels placed parallel to the shortest end must not be upside down). The shortest end will always be the top half of the piece. Length is always the longest side. See examples at left for accurate placement.
Acceptable Every Door Direct Mail label options for entry at Business Mail Entry Units (BMEU):
  • “Postal Customer”for all active deliveries
    (business and residential).
  • “Residential Customer”for residential deliveries.
  • “PO Box Customer” for PO Box™ deliveries.
  • City, State, and 5-Digit ZIP Code™ are recommended but not required.
  • “EDOM” must be included after “ECRWSS” on the label of pieces greater than 10.5” and up to and including 11.5″ in length submitted at a BMEU.
Usps Eddm Mailing
Every Door Direct Mail lndicia Example:
All mail pieces must contain “ECRWSS” in the address area or within or below the permit indicia.
Acceptable Every Door Direct Mail – Retail™ label options for entry at Post Office™ locations:
“Local Postal Customer” for active deliveries
(residential and business).
Bundling at Retail:
When you submit Every Door Direct Mail, your pieces must be bundled with a facing slip. Recommended bundle size is 50 to 100 pieces. You must include the piece-count per bundle. Example: A 426-piece mailing could have eight bundles of 50 and one of 26.
Acceptable dimensions of a flat.
Rectangular with four square corners or finished corners that do not exceed a radius of .125′.’ (A square is considered a rectangle.) Must be one of the following: More than 10.5″ in length Usps Eddm MailingOR 6.125″ in height OR .25″ thick.

Cannot be more than 15″ long, 12″ high, and .75″ thick.

Note: To be considered a flat, a mail piece must exceed only one of the dimension minimums but be within all flat maximums; otherwise, it is a parcel. Minimum thickness is .007″ (about three sheets of paper) and minimum height is 3S’

Usps Eddm Sizes

Maximum weight of a flat at Retail.
3.3 oz. maximum weight when submitted at a local Post Office.