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Canada Post’s ‘Free Shipping Tuesdays’ returns for 2022 – and it’s better than ever! 😮
Own an Etsy shop? Sell and trade online? Perhaps you’re getting ready for the upcoming Christmas season and you enjoy a head-start on shipping. October’s a great time to ship!
Plus – NEW! You can now ship TWO packages each week – To Canada, and/or NOW including to the US! 😀
“Free Shipping Tuesdays are back and better than ever.
Free Shipping Tuesdays is just one way we are delivering more for small businesses. It’s our way of saying thank you for their invaluable contributions to Canadian communities. Every Tuesday in October, send two packages for free.
How does Canada Post’s Free Shipping Tuesdays work?
- You must be a Canada Post ‘Solutions for Small Business’ member – It’s free to join!
“To participate in Free Shipping Tuesdays, you need to be a Canada Post Solutions for Small Business member and you need to be able to access Canada Post Snap Ship”
- Sign into Snap Ship
“Sign in to use our free tool, Canada Post Snap Ship™. Select Expedited Parcel™ to send a free package within Canada, and Tracked Packet™– USA to send a free package to the U.S.”
- You need a promo code!
Every Tuesday in October, between 12am ET and 11:59pm ET, Canada Post will release a new promo code. Click here to get your code, and stay alert every Tuesday in October, on these days:
- October 4, 2022
- October 11, 2022
- October 18, 2022
- October 25, 2022
- You need to create a shipping label
“Enter the domestic or international promo code, located at the top of this page on Tuesdays, on the “Your cart” page. A credit card is required, but you will not be charged unless you add optional features or your Expedited Parcel exceeds our weight limit. Different size and weight restrictions for Canadian packages and U.S. packages apply.”
- Try parcel pick-up – for free!
“Skip the trip to the post office! Request a free, on-demand pickup in Snap Ship throughout the month of October.”
Got questions? Click here for Terms & Conditions.