Posted By Seamus Barton
Holiday Mailing Solutions
With Christmas only two weeks away, now is the time to get your holiday mailings into Canada Post.
If you have holiday cards and packages to be delivered before our fast-approaching merriest date, today might be the last day to do so.
This is not to say that all holiday mailing inducted to Canada Post after today will arrive later than Christmas day. A lot of last-minute mailing will indeed beat the clock—as postal services have geared up for our busiest season yet. As a safeguard, however, this is the final day to secure a Canada Post guarantee for pre-December 25th deliveries.
Fortunately for those of us running behind, this deadline mainly refers to direct mail sent as regular mail. For all scrambling well-wishers who need a little more time to add those final festive touches, let us remind you of Canada Post’s alternative mailing solutions, available all-year-round:
– delivers in 1-7 days / $100 liability coverage / tracking and delivery confirmation
– delivers in 1-2 days / $100 liability coverage / tracking and delivery confirmation
– delivers the next day / $100 liability coverage / tracking and delivery confirmation / request signature
Click the link below for a detailed chart of Canada Post’s direct mailing and shipping categories:
About: Seamus Barton
Seamus Barton joined Troi Mailing Services in 2014 after graduating from York University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Professional Writing. As a manager of print and direct mail solutions, he sees how words play an important role in personalizing any experience. Seamus’ passion for writing motivates him to provide frequent direct marketing content that supports each Client’s individual needs. Please chat with Seamus about commercial printing and direct mailing campaigns, or about how to marry digital and physical strategies for optimal Smartmail Marketing success.
You can connect with Seamus on LinkedIn or by calling Troi Mailing Services at 1-866-486-0423 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Read his latest article featured in Direct Marketing Magazine on “Dimensional Mail: Marketing’s Buffet Lobster“