USPS Holidays for 2019

The USPS tracking follows a federal holiday structure in which Post Offices are closed and shipping services are not available. Since postal holidays may differ from other bank, school and local government holidays, make sure to follow and plan your shipping needs around them. If federal holiday falls on a Saturday or Sunday, the legal public holiday will be the closest weekday to the actual holiday. USPS tracking did not operate on that day. Below is the list of USPS holidays 2018.

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List of USPS Postal Holidays

  1. January 2 – New Year’s Day *
  2. January 16 – Martin Luther King Jr. birthday
  3. February 20 – Washington’s birthday
  4. May 29 – Memorial Day
  5. July 4 – Independence Day
  6. September 4 – Labor Day
  7. October 9 – Columbus Day
  8. November 10 – Veterans’ Day *
  9. November 23 – Thanksgiving Day
  10. December 25 – Christmas Day

It will provide the service on USPS Delivers on Saturdays and Sundays. Using usps you can get your packages on weekends also.

USPS Holidays for 2019
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