Logo and Trademark Usage

Get information on the use of U.S. Postal Service® logos, common uses of those logos, and what fee may be required.

USPS® Corporate Signature
Two elements—the Eagle Symbol and the corporate logotype—combine to form our corporate signature, the cornerstone of the USPS® corporate identity.

The U.S. Postal Service often receives requests to use the Corporate Signature by USPS service partners and companies and organizations that use our services in the course of their business. Approval for these types of use is granted on a case-by-case basis.

Other Frequently Requested USPS Logos

  • Priority Mail® Logo
  • Express Mail® Logo

Common Types of Requests

  • By retailers to indicate USPS as a shipping option to customers
  • By individuals for customized products made for personal use

Uses NOT Approved Through Rights and Permissions

  • By USPS Contractors and Suppliers who wish to show affiliation with the USPS.
  • By companies who wish to produce products that will be offered for resale to the Postal Service®.
  • By independent shipping and mailing companies to show that they use our services. These companies must apply through the USPS Approved Postal Provider Programs. More information can be found at: https://www.usps.com/business/expanded-access.htm. Vendors that participate are provided USPS branding rights and signage.

Most logo request require only the $25 application fee. If the logo will be used to indicate a shipping method option, no fees will be required. An application must still be filed for these requests. Find more information about fees.


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