Priority Mail International is an international mail service for sending packages from the US overseas. It’s one of the USPS’s cheaper international shipping services but offers greater flexibility for larger packages (up to 70lbs) and shorter transit times than other economy USPS services.
If you’re sending an international package from the US that is too large to go via First Class Package, Priority Mail International is your next most cost-effective option.
As an alternative to going to the post office, you can book Priority Mail through Parcel Monkey. You'll benefit from our discounted rates and you'll be able to print your shipping label at home so you can avoid those queues at the post office!
Your questions about USPS Priority Mail International answered:
How long does Priority Mail International take?
Priority Mail International parcels take 6-10 business days to reach their destination, depending on where you’re shipping to. Generally, the further your package needs to travel from the US the longer it will take.
Where can I ship to with Priority Mail International?
Priority Mail offers excellent global coverage from the US. You can ship to popular destinations such as Canada, Mexico, Europe, India, Japan and more.
Will my package be tracked?
Yes, when you send a package with USPS Priority International your package will be tracked. If you book through Parcel Monkey, you'll be able to track your USPS package through our website using your PM reference number.
Can I purchase protection cover?
Yes, you can pay a small extra cost to protect your package up to the value of $300 or you can opt into our free protection cover, which will protect your item up to the value of $100.
USPS Priority Mail International prices
The price of sending a package with Priority Mail International varies depending on the size and where you’re sending it, but you can get an instant quote using our free shipping calculator. You’ll even be able to compare the cost of Priority Mail International to other international courier services.