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The United States Postal Service announced the holiday mailing dates for international and military mailing to ensure delivery of holiday cards and packages by Dec. 25:



Military mail: Items to APO/FPO AE ZIPs 090-092 and 094-098, APO/FPO AA ZIP 340 and APO/FPO AP ZIPs 962-966 should be sent by Dec. 17 for Express Mail Military Service (EMMS), Dec. 10 for First-Class Mail Letters and Cards or Priority Mail, Dec. 3 for Parcel Airlift Mail (PAL), Nov. 26 for Space Available Mail (SAM) and Nov. 13 for Parcel Post.


Items to APO/FPO AE ZIP 093 should be sent by Dec. 3 for First-Class Mail Letters and Cards and Priority Mail, Nov. 30 for PAL, Nov. 26 for SAM and Nov. 13 for Parcel Post (EMMS not available).



International mail: Items to Africa should be sent by Dec. 19 for Global Express Guaranteed (GXG), Dec. 11 for Express Mail International (EMS) and Dec. 3 for Priority Mail International (PMI) and First Class Mail.


Items to Asia, the Pacific Rim, Australia or New Zealand should be sent by Dec. 18 for GXG, Dec. 15 for EMS and Dec. 10 for PMI and First Class.


Items to Canada should be sent by Dec. 20 for GXG, Dec. 17 for EMS, Dec. 13 for PMI and Dec. 10 for First Class.


Items to the Caribbean should be sent by Dec. 19 for GXG, Dec. 15 for EMS, Dec. 13 for PMI and Dec. 10 for First Class.


Items to Central and South America should be sent by Dec. 19 for GXG, Dec. 11 for EMS and Dec. 3 for PMI and First Class.


Items to Mexico should be sent by Dec. 20 for GXG, Dec. 15 for EMS, Dec. 13 for PMI and Dec. 10 for First Class.


Items to Europe and the Middle East should be sent by Dec. 19 for GXG, Dec. 15 for EMS, Dec. 13 for PMI and Dec. 10 for First Class.


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