Whether you’re sending items locally, to the UK, Europe or further afield, you can now print labels at home or work at a time convenient to you.
Presently, our Online Postage service allows you to buy and print Premium postage labels for Parcels and Large Parcels. Letters, Large Letters and Standard postage are coming soon. Customer's purchasing online will benefit from a 4% discount on postage rates compared to over the counter prices.
COVID19 - Jersey Post advises customers sending mail to consider using our ‘tracked and signed services’ as this will stand the best chance of a delivery attempt during this period of extraordinary measures. Please note that as of 18th March 2020 until further notice, we are suspending the payment of compensation for items lost, or not delivered also we are not Guaranteeing next day services.
In addition, we have made the decision to postpone the 2020 price review until October 2020.
Save time and skip the queues by paying for and printing your postage labels online in a few easy steps:
Register for a free Jersey Post account or login if you already have a username and password.
Once registered, buy and print your postage label and affix it securely to your item.
Drop your item off at our Broad Street or Rue des Pres Post Office, or pop it in a Post Box if it fits.
They can be applied using glue or sellotape, but please do not sellotape over any of the barcodes. Sellotape makes it difficult for our machines to read the important codes and could result in a delay to your mail being processed and made ready for despatch.
Once you've securely and correctly affixed the postage label to your item there are a number of ways you can get it to us, either:
If you are interested in registering for a Business Collect service please click here for more information.
Yes, the labels that are produced from our online postage system need to be used within 48 hours of printing.
No. The postage labels that our online service produces are only for single use. They have built in tracking numbers that are read and recognised by our sorting machines which will detect labels that have been copied and used multiple times.