Mailers Can Use Street Address Of Their PO Box As Mailing Address
The United States Postal Service offers customers in approximately 6,400 offices throughout the country the option of using a PBSA as an equivalent of the customer’s traditional P.O. Box-style address.
The P.O. Box service in all of these offices is on the Competitive Product list. Within these 6,400 offices, the customer’s mailing address may be either a PBSA, which is street-style address for the Post Office where their P.O. Box is located, or the traditional P.O. Box-style address.