Getting a package can make any day feel like Christmas, much like eating an entire plate of cookies, then blaming it on someone else. Send some spontaneous cheer with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for $20 worth of printing and copying
- $25 for $50 worth of combined packing and shipping services, such as next-day air service
The UPS Store sells cube packages of up to 20"x20"x20" ($3.75–$10.50), 24"x16"x12" packages ($8.25), and 36"x16"x16" packages ($14.50), with shipping costs often around $20–$60, depending on weight, dimension, and zip code.
The UPS Store
For more than 100 years, United Parcel Service's recognizable brown trucks have been showing up on doorsteps in a timely fashion. Founded in 1907 as a messenger company, UPS has grown into a multibillion-dollar corporation by enabling commerce to travel the globe. Now the world's largest package-delivery company and a recognized name in specialized transportation and logistics services, UPS's legions manage the flow of goods, funds, and grandmas' cookies in more than 200 countries. The UPS Store's obliging staff and reputation for reliable package conveyance attracts all types of packers, shippers, and printers. Packers regularly stop in for masking-tape rolls and other do-it-yourself supplies. Alternatively, senders can enlist the skillful packing of the store's staffers, who will deftly seal boxes and cushion contents with bubble wrap or styrofoam peanut-butter sandwiches. In addition to packaging services and supplies, UPS Stores proffer printing services for large-quantity flyer makers and mailbox rentals for lazy messenger pigeons. Each independently owned location abides by the company's rigorous cargo standards and solemn Pack & Ship Promise.