Planet Direct Mail has some great news! We’re letting you know about special pricing on new larger size Promo Post mail projects.

Promo Post is available for organisations making individual lodgements of at least 4000 addressed mail pieces, weighing 125g or under and that are ‘promotional’ in nature. Articles are prepared as PreSort but attract a lower rate than PreSort.

Promo Post Small Plus and Large categories are available for a trial period only. Promo Post is available to those organisations that are sending articles that are defined as promotional mail. They must be approved by Australia Post before lodgement and the trial may be discontinued at any time.

The below price comparisions are shown in Australian dollars and effective as at 10/3/2017 and subject to change. Australia Post have advised that the current promotion is available until 30/6/2017. Conditions apply [READ HERE].

 

Price Comparison Chart

PROMO POST (Regular timetable)
Size and Weight Barcode direct tray same state Barcode direct tray other state Barcode residue Unbarcoded
Small
up to 125g
$0.596 $0.615 $0.641 $0.940
Small Plus
up to 125g
$0.750 $0.786 $0.975 $1.475
Large
up to 125g
$1.043 $1.103 $1.298 $1.960
PRESORT MAIL (Regular timetable)
Size and weight Barcode direct tray same state Barcode direct tray other state Barcode residue Unbarcoded
Small
up to 125g
$0.835 $0.865 $0.900 $0.940
Small Plus
up to 125g
$1.055 $1.105 $1.355 $1.475
Large
up to 125g
$1.470 $1.550 $1.810 $1.960
CHARITY MAIL (Regular timetable)
Size and weight Barcode direct tray same state Barcode direct tray other state Barcode residue Unbarcoded
Small
up to 125g
$0.510 $0.530 $0.560 $0.940
Large
up to 125g
$1.060 $1.120 $1.320 $1.960

To decide if a mailing is promotional, ask whether the main purpose is to stimulate activity of the business or organisation through:
– Promoting the sale or use of products or services?
– Promoting the organisation’s cause?
– Making an offer, invitation or promotional claim about the organisation’s products, services or “cause”?

If the answer is “yes” to any of these questions, then the “communication purpose” is promotional.

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