The USPS offers their own change of address service you can do directly on their website. The official United States Postal Service website will charge you a small fee of $1.05 to verify your identity and change your address online and you will get an email confirming the address change once it is completed.
The other option is that you can also submit a US Postal Change of Address form by going to your local Post Office and requesting a Mover’s Guide packet. The packet comes with PS Form 3575 which is the official form used by the Post Office to submit your Change of Address request. Once you have completed the form, simply drop it back off at your local Post Office
The third option is to use an independent third party provider who can submit the address change request for you on your behalf to the United Postal Service. Using an independent third party provider website also provides additional benefits and services not provided by the Postal Service such as the content we provide like the Ultimate Moving Kit along with exclusive deals and coupons worth over $1,000.
There are some disadvantages to filing your address change request online directly with the USPS or going to the Post Office in person as you don't get all the benefits a third party site offers and it can be cumbersome to go into a Post Office and make the request.
If you decide to use the services provided by this website, it is important to understand that the service provided here is maintained and operated by an independent third party business entity that is not associated with the USPS or any other government agency.