- Office Depot does not offer shipping services.
- They provide a catalog of office supplies that can be purchased and shipped to the customer, but they do not facilitate the shipping process.
- Office Depot also offers free online ordering with in-store pickup for selected items, which is an easy way to avoid the hassle of having to ship anything at all.
How to use the USPS self serve kiosk at the Post Office
USPS offers a wide variety of drop-off locations, including post office branches and stations, as well as other retail stores such as Staples. You can find your nearest USPS location by entering your ZIP code on the USPS website.
Office Depot does not handle UPS packages.
Yes, Office Depot does ship via UPS.
Yes, Staples does accept USPS.
Yes, you can drop off USPS at Walgreens.
UPS is a common shipping company, but USPS is not. You should contact UPS directly to find out if they will accept packages from USPS.
Yes, the USPS will pack your item. However, they will not ship it if it is too large or too heavy for them to carry.
No. USPS and FedEx are two different companies, and USPS does not offer package drop-off service.
There are a few options for people to drop off their prepaid packages. The first option is to take the package to the nearest UPS location and ask them to hold it until you can pick it up. Another option is to take the package to a FedEx location and have them hold it until you can pick it up. If neither of these options work, there is a third option which is called “mailing” your package back.
The cost of shipping a package via USPS depends on the weight of the package, the destination, and the type of service that is used. Generally, the cost per pound decreases as the weight of the package increases.