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The internet-based mailing and shipping service eliminates trips to the post office. You can try out the service for free today, plus get $5 in free postage.

Stamps.com has a deal for people who hate going to the post office.

The internet-based mailing and shipping service typically costs $15.99 a month, but new users can try out Stamps.com without spending a dime. The company is offering a complimentary four-week trial and $5 in free postage to new users.

Here’s how the free Stamps.com trial works:

  • You sign up for a Stamps.com account.
  • Use your free $5 in postage during your trial period.
  • If you decide the service is not for you, you can cancel Stamps.com online or by calling 855-608-2677.
  • If you opt to continue with Stamps.com after the free trial is over, you will be charged $15.99 a month for the service, including a $15.99 charge for the first month. Paid Stamps.com members will also receive two free $10 postage coupons. You can redeem one coupon per month.

Other perks of the Stamps.com offer include a supplies kit worth $5 that includes address/postage labels and a user manual, as well as a free 5-pound digital scale. You have to pay shipping and handling for the latter. Learn more at the Stamps.com website.

On Jan. 22, a series of postal price increases took effect at the U.S. Postal Service. So, every bit of savings helps.

What do you think of the Stamps.com offer? Share your thoughts below or on Facebook.

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