The USPS will stop forwarding periodicals to your new address 60 days after you move, so alert the magazine of your move as soon as possible.
If your move is temporary, the USPS will simply dispose of your magazine.
If your move is permanent, they will send the magazine back to the sender along with your new address.
Do magazines get forwarded by USPS?
USPS will forward your mail for up to 12 months for First-Class Mail, Express Mail, and packages. Periodicals and magazines will be forwarded for up to 60 days.
Will Priority Mail get forwarded to new address?
First-Class, Priority, and Express Mail are all forwarded for 12 months at no charge, except for mail marked “Do Not Forward.” Periodicals and other Second-Class mailis forwarded for 60 days at no charge. Standard Mail (A) is not forwarded unless requested by the mailer.
What happens to mail after forwarding expired?
Once your forward expires, your mail that is addressed to the old address should be returned to the sender unless it was just a temporary forward. In that event, its delivery would be resumed at the address it was forwarded from. Once your forward expires the mail is returned to sender.
How long does it take mail to be forwarded to a new address?
Since processing times to the old address can normally take 3 days, it can take an additional 3 days to process it to a new address. Normal times can range from 1 day for a local change of address that’s caught by automated machinery to 1 week (remember the USPS delivers 6 days in a week and not 7 days).