The Shoeboxed Shirts Are in the Mail! (No, really)

Attention Shoeboxers:

Shoeboxed T-Shirt FoldingAre you one of our favorite users who has recommended Shoeboxed to your friends? If so, have you been checking your mailbox daily, anxiously awaiting your snazzy new Shoeboxed t-shirt to arrive?

Well sleep soundly tonight, they’re on the way!

Shoeboxed Shirts Ready for MailWhile we admit that we’ve gotten pretty good at taking the work out of paperwork, all of this focus on your receipts and business cards resulted in a slight delay filling shirt orders. So this Saturday we put in a few extra hours carefully folding and packing up several hundred. The entire batch of shirts was then hand delivered to the post office this morning and should be arriving in your mailbox sometime this week!

We apologize for the slight delay but hope that you enjoy being organized in your new Shoeboxed tee. Wear it proudly!

Want your own snazzy new Shoeboxed t-shirt? Invite your friends to try Shoeboxed today!

Stay Organized,

The Shoeboxed Team

Print Coversheets Directly from Your Account

We’ve added a “Print Coversheet” button to your account so that now it’s easier than ever to generate and print unique coversheets to include in your boxes and envelopes of paper clutter!

Print Coversheet ButtonWhether you’re a Shoeboxed Lite user, shipping items to us from an international location, or simply have too much paper clutter to fit in one of our pre-paid envelopes, now you can print a coversheet effortlessly from your account to include with your package. Every coversheet has a unique code, so we know it’s yours.

To print a coversheet click on the “Manage Envelopes” link from your Shoeboxed Dashboard. Then, simply click on the “Print Coversheet” button and we’ll generate a unique coversheet for you. Finally, click on “Print this sheet,” throw it in your box or envelope of paper clutter and send it on over!

Tip: Trying to save ink? Use the same coversheet as many times as you’d like. If we’re returning your documents feel free to use the same coversheet with your next shipment of paper clutter!

If you have any feedback or questions about our new “Print Coversheet” button please reach us 24/7 at or give us a shout on Twitter @Shoeboxed.

We’ll be sure to keep you in the loop as more upgrades and fun new features are released!

Stay Organized,

The Shoeboxed Team

USPS Jacks Up Price of First-Class Mail Stamps

The United States Postal service announced price hikes for mailing services today, including a 2-cent increase in the price of a First-Class Mail stamp. Those stamps will be 44 cents with the price increase.

Stamps will be 44 cents starting on May 11.
Stamps will be 44 cents starting on May 11.

The changes will go into effect on May 11, which is in line with the annual review of postal mailing prices that are adjusted each may. The Postal Service estimates that this will cost the average household approximately $3 more per year for postage. In the statement released today, they made no estimation for how much this might effect small business or enterprise-level customers of the Postal Service.

“Whether you’re a consumer or run a business, the Postal Service continues to offer a good deal during a time when we’re all looking for ways to save,” said Stephen M. Kearney, senior vice president for customer relations in a statement. “Our range of shipping and mailing options and low prices make the Postal Service the smart and easy choice.”

Those wishing to get past the price increase may purchase Forever Stamps between now and May 10, which will be the same price as current First Class stamps, but will be usable when the price increase goes into effect on May 11. The USPS will likely issue 2 cent stamps for those with extra 42-cent stamps, as the Forever Stamps may not be that economical after all.

The Postal Service did not announce any additional mailing price increases today, but did note that the 17-cent additional ounce price for First Class Mail will remain in place, unchanged.

Last month, the USPS announced shipping fee increases, as we reported here.