Our goal is to deliver better value than other industry franchises — at a lower cost to you

We challenge you to make the comparison—to see the difference.

We have two models that take us to where the customers are. Compare our start-up expense charts detailing initial costs and ongoing fees you can expect when becoming a Postal Connections franchisee.

Postal Connections Store

Franchise Fee $29,900*
Turnkey Store Installation $99,000
Typical Local Expense (Paid to vendors) $18,900 to $31,750
Estimated Initial Investment $139,350 to $159,450**
Royalty 4%
Mo. Advertising Fee $175 or 2% of sales, whichever is lower

Postal Connections Express

Franchise Fee $29,900*
Turnkey Store Assembly $49,600 to $75,100
Typical Local Expense (Paid to vendors) $5,000 to $10,000
Estimated Initial Investment $77,025 to $115,000**
Royalty 4%
Mo. Advertising Fee $175 or 2% of sales, whichever is lower

* Veterans receive a discount of 25% or $7,475 off our franchise fee for PC Store  or PC Express Outlet.

** An operating reserve is not included. We discuss this with you before you join our franchise

You’ll find Postal Connections pays close attention to cost control to ensure you a good start. This includes:

  • Stores that are turnkey start-ups ready to do business.
  • Start-up assistance with business planning, sourcing financing and site selection.
  • Efficient turnkey store and expert, on-site training for fast-tracked start-up.
  • Ongoing operating guidance focused on planning for profit.
  • Frequent new products and services always tested and, if successful, added.
  • Flexible operating policies to encourage local entrepreneurial development.
  • Start-up marketing tailored to your location with locally targeted advertising.
  • Special franchise fee discounts for veterans

We have answers to your questions we think you will like. You can reach us at franchiseinfo@postalconnections.com or (800) 767-8257. Or simply apply online and we will contact you.

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