USPS to offer Sunday and Christmas Day delivery in select markets

WASHINGTON (CBS46) — With a projected 800 million package deliveries expected between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day, the United States Postal Service is expanding Sunday delivery beginning Nov. 24 to locations with high package volumes, and for an additional charge, will offer Christmas Day delivery in select locations.

USPS says the busiest time of the season peaks two weeks before Christmas, when much last-minute shopping starts. The week of Dec. 16 is expected to be the busiest time for mailing, shipping and delivery.
Customers are encouraged to skip the trip to the post office and ship online instead. USPS estimates nearly 400,000 consumers will use the Click-N-Ship feature and other online services.

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Do they not care about people spending time with their families on thanksgiving and Christmas Day. This is ridiculous. Should not deliver on thanksgiving and Christmas

NOPE NOPE NOPE!!!!

They don’t give a crap about their workers. The subs work 70+ hours a week 6-7 days a week. And that’s during the regular season. People have no idea what the postal workers go through. Since working there, I truly appreciate my mail lady.

Not to mention..while they are charging customers extra for the service… The actual person delivering is NOT getting any of it.

We already deliver EVERY SUNDAY! Idiots

I’ve come to the conclusion that mail carriers and clerks personal lives and families are irrelevant