With Every Door Direct Mail Carrier Routes, Neighborhood Targeting Is Easy

You can easily target specific neighborhoods with Every Door Direct Mail Carrier Routes.

The Post Office divides Zip Codes into mail carrier routes. A mail carrier route is the daily delivery route of a mail carrier (usually about 300-500 addresses).

How EDDM Carrier Routes Are Numbered

Carrier Routes are shown on the map below with a 5 digit code. Example: 23C08 (highlighted in red below) The first 2 digits (23) are the last 2 numbers of the Zip Code (33023). The next 3 characters (23C08) is the Carrier Route Number.

ZipRouteCitySingle FamilyAptsBusTotalIncomeHome ValueAgeState
33023C001HLWD4317105025806813165250FL
33023C002HLWD4012604276822115461853FL
33023C005HLWD4833305165969712705449FL
33023C008HLWD400113475604964911663252FL
33023C012HLWD505005056124212771452FL
33023C021HLWD36217705395568313429749FL
33023C023HLWD623006236056513907550FL
33023C025HLWD388003883830710255653FL

Use the chart above to cross reference the Carrier Routes shown on the map and find the total number of deliveries. A breakdown of single family and multi-family homes is shown for information purposes only. To qualify for the EDDM Carrier Route postage rates, all of the residential addresses must be included.

As an option, Businesses Deliveries can be included or excluded, however, businesses cannot be mailed without residential addresses.

If this Mail Carrier Route is selected, it can be mailed 2 ways. With only the residential addresses = 513 or if the businesses are included = 560

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