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8110 S Houghton Rd, Ste 158, Tucson, Arizona, 85747

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(520) 574-7875

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Looking for design, printing or shipping solutions? Stop by PostNet located at 8110 S Houghton Rd in Tucson, AZ or give us a call at (520) 574-7875 - we can help! Our center is locally owned and operated, and known for providing exceptional customer service in the Tucson community. For your convenience, we provide custom graphic design, high-quality printing, multi-carrier shipping services and more, so you can tackle everything on your to-do list quickly and in one place.

From business cards to signs, and all small business and personal print projects in between, we've got your back with our full-service printing capabilities. Need to ship something? We offer custom packing and shipping options through UPS, FedEx, US Postal Service and DHL, so you can always choose what works best for you.

Monday: 8:30am to 5:00pm
Tuesday: 8:30am to 5:00pm
Wednesday: 8:30am to 5:00pm
Thursday: 8:30am to 5:00pm
Friday: 8:30am to 5:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am to 1:00pm
Sunday: Closed

Facebook: http://facebook.com/PostNetAZ142

Services: Banners, Binding, Brochures, Business Cards, Calendars, Canvas Wraps, Carbonless Forms, Copies, Crating & Freight, Door Hangers, Envelopes, Every Door Direct Mail, FedEx Drop Offs, FedEx Shipping, Flyers, Graphic Design, International Shipping, Labels, Laminating, Letterhead, Mailbox Rental, Notary Public, Packing Services, Packing Supplies, Postcards, Posters, Presentation Materials, Shredding Services, Signs, Stationery, Trade Show Displays, UPS Drop Offs, UPS Shipping, US Postal Service, Yard Signs

Reviews


20-Dec-11
Kriss M

PostNet in Rita Ranch, Tucson is a company where you should expect to be overcharged. Watch out for your wallet if you use this service! I recently sent two Christmas packages to the Philadelphia area. They were sent FedEx Home Delivery, which I was assured by the PostNet representative was the least expensive way to go. PostNet shipping charges for the first package were $29.94 for 7.15 lbs., and $87.30 for the second package of 16.2 lbs, The second package had to be measured and there was an upcharge for those measurements. I told the sales person that I thought this was extremely high. He said that their charges for shipping are a little more than if you go directly, but their packaging is less expensive. I don't know if even the latter statement is valid, since they also charged me an additional $12.08 for packaging, which seemed excessive. What I do know for a fact is that, when I got home, I priced the same shipping services on the FedEx website. If I had taken the packages to FedEx directly, their charges would have been $16.72 and $49.90, respectively. I believe that a business should be able to make a profit, but it is price gouging, in my opinion, to charge a markup of over $50 more in shipping costs alone. The percentage markup on their shipping services was over 79% on the first package and over 80% on the second! Living in Vail, like it nor not, we have to travel into Tucson for so many of our services, since we seem to be a forgotten segment of AZ. I would strongly recommend you deal directly with the shipping company of your choice rather than allowing this kind of price gouging to continue. I went back to the store and spoke with the owner, but he said he does not control the rates and redirected me to their corporate office. I contacted PostNet corporate and their representative, Brian, stated that they thought the local office was providing a valuable service to the Vail community so they thought the rates were appropriate. I will leave it to the reader of this post to decide just how fair you think their rates are, and how much you are willing to pay for this service. I for one, will never use this service again, and I will pass on my comments to everyone I know.