The US Postal Service is cutting delivery days in order to cut costs.
Starting the week of August 5th, mail carriers will no longer deliver standard mail on Saturdays.
That's your letters, magazines, coupons, and advertisements.
They will still deliver packages and priority mail.
The move will save the Postal service $2 billion annually.
Some customers say they're concerned the move could leave them hanging, but there is a way to get around the change.
The post office will still be open Saturday, so if you have a post office box you'll be able to pick up your mail on the weekend.
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