Tuesday marks the last day letters, cards and parcels sent by Priority Mail can be sent to ensure delivery by Christmas Day.
The United States Postal Service listed the Dec. 20 as the domestic deadline date to send those holiday letters.
Mailing letters and parcels with Express Mail have a deadline of Thursday, Dec. 22 in order to have them delivered by Dec. 25.
The USPS has traditionally seen an increased volume of customers five-to-six days before Christmas Day.
For more information on getting your holiday parcels to your destination on time, visit this link.
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