Updated: Apr 19
Have you ever thought of using a Digital Stamp as opposed to a Postage Paid Impression (PPI) on your mail. Stamped mail is perceived by many recipients as being more personal and can have a positive effect on response rates. So, even if you don’t usually use a digital stamp, why not give it a try on your Christmas mailings and bring a little extra festive cheer to your customers?
2020 stamp design released on November 3rd.
When can you use a digital stamp?
To make the most of your seasonal campaigns you can apply the Christmas digital stamp image to your mail from 3rd November 2020 until 31st January 2021, subject to meeting the criteria listed below.
How can you use a digital stamp?
If you wish to use a Digital Stamp design on your mailings, you must:
Use Mailmark for all digital stamp mailings
Have entered into the Digital Stamp Agreement
Ensure that your print supplier is aware of and completes the required approval process prior to Digital Stamp being used. The approval process must be completed by all customers.
Be able to meet all aspects of the Digital Stamp Design Specification
Ensure that you use the correct Digital Stamp artwork.
Use a Royal Mail™ Mail Made Easy Premier Partner like EIGHT DAYS A WEEK to handle your seasonal mailings for you. We are one of only a handful of trusted suppliers accredited by Royal Mail to apply digital stamps to mail. We've already met the criteria required to process mail in this way for our customers so it couldn't be simpler for you to add that extra festive feel to your seasonal mailings.
For more information about Digital Stamps - Speak to the Experts
Tel 0115 939 9797 Email firstname.lastname@example.org