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How do you check the delivery status of a UPS package?

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2005-11-26 20:24:04
2005-11-26 20:24:04

When you go to the Post Office (or other delivery place), ask for a tracking number or Delivery Confirmation. Then all you have to do is go to the US Postal website; which is on the ticket stub they give you, and print in the number. It will give you the status. I personally like tracking because you can literally track where your package is and when it was there. The first answer is incorrect. A lot of people make the same mistake. There is UPS (big brown delivery truck) and there is USPS (post office). They are in COMPETITION with one another and don't share information. To check on a UPS package, you need to keep the TRACKING number when you send it or get the tracking number from whoever sent the package. Then go to UPS.com and punch in the tracking # and it will tell you EXACTLY where the package is. For the post office (USPS) you also need the tracking # or routing # on the slip. Then go to USPS.com and punch in that #. It will tell you exactly where the package is. Hope this helps!

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