postage paid

postage paid
postage paid UK US (also postage-paid) adjective COMMUNICATIONS
used to describe an envelope, card, etc. that does not need a stamp because the company will pay the cost of returning it to them by mail: »

Return a disc via the postage-paid envelope, and you automatically receive another title.

postage paid UK US adverb
used in advertisements, etc. to say that the cost of packing and sending a product is included in its price: »

The DVD is available to Weekly Mail readers at a special price of $16 postage paid.

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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