0 0 How is it possible that USPS rates go up, when the price for a gallon of gas is going down? Anyone know the logic behind it? Pricing Share Facebook Twitter Google+ Tumblr LinkedIn Mail Evan Padilla asked 1 year ago You must login to post comments Answers (4) Filter Sort by: Most Votes Newest FirstOldest FirstRandomRecently Active Post Answer Keyword Match all Match any Accepted/Unaccepted Show accepted answers only 0 0 They’re losing money in the billions because of stupid business practices like free supplies with free delivery. WindyS answered 1 year ago You must login to post comments 0 0 The middle eastern oil companies are trying to put the USA oil producers out of business by lowering oil prices. Once the USA companies go out of business, the prices will rise sky high. crunchtime answered 1 year ago You must login to post comments 0 0 USPS has MUCH more overhead than gas. As a matter of fact I bet gas is less than 10% of its overall operating budget. So when gas fluctuations happen they don’t have a large impact on the business overall. Good luck and happy selling. goldengoose answered 1 year ago You must login to post comments 0 0 well tehy send a lot of their mail on ups planes as opposed to their own, not a long term solution ups has to be making a few bucks on usps sholders pointblank answered 1 year ago You must login to post comments Showing 4 results Your Answer Please login first to submit.