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What is the Best RV Mail Forwarding Service?

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Last Updated on May 5, 2022 by Jessica Lauren Vine

Now that you’ve figured out that you need to use a mail forwarding service to get your mail, what is the best RV mail forwarding service?

Okay, so my hubs is a veteran with lots of ouchies that require medicine. If he doesn’t get his heartburn medicine, it’s horrible. That means that we had to have a mail forwarding service that would actually work.

We tried paying one of our family members to do it, but that didn’t work, and I’d rather fuss at someone I didn’t know for not doing their job if it came down to it.

Best RV Mail Service to Choose

Before I get into the rest of the info, I’d recommend checking out Escapees because they’re the most trusted, tried, and true. We used another service, PostalAnnex+, and it was quite a mess. The people didn’t communicate well, and their services didn’t match what we needed.

What to Look For in a Good Mail Forwarding Service for RVers

Before committing to any mail forwarding service, here are the things you should consider:

  • Pricing that works for you
  • Reliability of the company
  • Will the service allow you to use their address for domicile?
  • Customer service

If you don’t have another address to use as your domicile and residency address, then you need to make sure the mail forwarding service you choose lets you use their address as your address. Even if you live at an RV park, I haven’t seen any that allow you to use their address as a domicile address.

The top mail forwarding services for RVers, in my opinion, are:

These are the only ones I’d really feel confident in guiding you toward, and I’m going to go into things a bit more so you can figure out which of these services is the best one for you.

Escapees

I have to say that I love that Escapees is a year older than me. It makes me feel like it’s young enough to have fun but old enough to know better than to do anything too wild.

With Escapees, you get:

  • Personal mailbox
  • Mail forwarding
  • Mail review
  • Mail scanning
  • Special sorting
  • Online access

Imagine how maddening it would be if you had to forward all of your mail. Even those pieces of mail talking about your RV’s extended warranty. You don’t want to pay to forward that and since you can see your mail before requesting to forward it, you can just ask them to trash it.

Escapees have addresses in Florida, South Dakota, and Texas, but Texas is their main mail hub. Only state-specific mail should go to Florida and South Dakota. Everything else goes to Texas, or you’ll have to pay additional fees.

There are three different price plans:

  • Category A – All mail types for $95
  • Category B – Selected mail types for $115
  • Category C – Selected mail types for $135

These are all annual prices.

Escapees is attached to a pretty awesome brand, so that extra confidence does make it nice when people handle your mail.

Good Sam Mail Service

Good Sam is another well-known name in the RV world. It’s likely that a lot of you have a Good Sam membership. I mean, if you ever shop at Camping World, you definitely need a Good Sam membership, but how is their mail forwarding service?

With Good Sam, there are two different plans that offer different things. Premium and Business.

Premium allows you to manage your postal mail and packages through their smartphone or android app. You have a digital mailbox that you can access at any time.

You get alerts when new mail arrives, and you can forward whatever mail you want to send with just a few clicks.

You can see images of your mail to see if you want to shred it, scan the contents, deposit a check or forward it to your location. Pricing is $224.10 annually.

Business gives you all of the benefits of Premium, but you also get local/toll-free numbers, call forwarding, voicemail, foxing, and check depositing. Pricing is $399.50 annually.

Good Sam is another well-known and respected name in the RV world, but you can see that their prices are a bit higher than Escapees.

Americas Mailbox

Americas Mailbox

If you don’t let Americas Mailbox’s less than attractive (or quality) image at the top of the page scare you off, you might find something worth looking into further down the page.

Americas Mailbox offers a variety of options that could be exactly what you need. They make it very simple with their plan levels and pricing.

Bronze gives you the ability to get up to 7 pieces of mail per year and you can use it for vehicle registration and your home base. The cost is $149.99 per year plus tax.

Silver gives you the ability to get all mail (even junk) forwarded and some packages. The cost is $169.99 per year plus tax.

Gold gives you the ability to get all your mail minus junk mail by forwarding it through USPS or FedEx. You can get some packages and special handling.

Platinum gives you the ability to run a small business and get large volumes of mail and packages. It can cost as low as $229.99 per year plus tax.

Titanium Plus gives you unlimited exterior scans, interior scans on demand with a fee, and those interior scans create a searchable PDF. It can cost as low a $228.99 per year plus tax.

Short Term Titanium Plus gives you unlimited exterior scans of the front of every envelope and package, on demand interior scans come at a small fee, also provides a searchable PDF. It costs $77.97 each quarter plus tax.

What is the Best RV Mail Forwarding Service? Freqeuntly Asked Questions

Is mail forwarding worth it?

Unless you have family that will keep your mail for you, mail forwarding is essential and you need to have a way to get important letters and packages.

How do full time RVers get their mail?

Using a trusted mail forwarding service is the best way to get your mail. Make sure they allow you to domicile if you need it. If you don’t need it, then you have a lot more options.

RV Mail Forwarding Services – Conclusion

Now that you know more about RV mail forwarding services, you can choose the one that makes the most sense for you. For me, I say that Escapees is the best option for most RVers. Look through all of the information and see which one makes sense for you, though.

Don’t run just yet. Take a look at some of these other helpful articles:

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