A mailed promotion designed so that a portion of it can be used for a reply (eg double postcard)
A printed, folded mailing piece that reserves space for addressing, postage, etc. and eliminates the need for an envelope.
The mailing term for a folded flier or card. For example, a tri-folded flier is a self-mailer.
Direct mail material in which no envelope is required for mailing.
Printed piece designed to mail without an envelope.
direct mail that needs no envelop or wrapper to reach the intended reader.
Any publication mailed without an envelope.
A self-mailer is any piece delivered by mail which is not enclosed in an envelope or box. Among other forms, self-mailers can be newsletters, brochures, or pieces that are folded with cut-outs to look like window envelopes. Usually, self-mailers are pre-printed with postal indicia.
Publications (Newsletter, marketing material, etc.) that design the mailing area (space for return & delivery addresses, postage, etc.) into the outer cover and are sealed closed for mailing. Please note that self-mailers must still be packaged for international mail originating within the United States.
A mailpiece designed so the cover of or a portion of the document itself bears the “To & From” address information, and is not sealed on four sides. Generally applied to a letter-size single page document folded to form its own envelope.
A promotion piece designed so that it can be addressed (or labelled) and mailed without an envelope.
A printed item containing all relevant posting information and posted independently without the need for an envelope.
A self-contained mailing piece that is designed to form an envelope when folded, therefore not requiring a separate outer envelope.
A mail piece that needs no envelope.
An advertising piece that is sent by mail, but which does not require an envelope. The addressing and postal payment information is printed on the outside of the piece. Contributed by: MarcommWise Staff
A one-piece direct mail item (not a catalog), that is not mailed in an envelope.
A direct mail piece, self contained, that does not require an outer envelope for mailing.
A mailable article that does not have an outer cover, wrapping or envelope in addition to the paper or material on which the communication is placed. It is in the format of a folder consisting of one or more folded pages (not securely bound) and must be sealed on one or more sides by tabs, gummed stickers, or sealing strips to hold the leaves together. (envoi à découvert)
A mailpiece that mails without the use of an envelope. An example of this is an 8 ½ x 11 sheet tri-folded, addressed and mailed by itself.
Publication designed to be mailed without an envelope.
A piece of promotion mail that is not enclosed in an envelope and is designed so that a portion of it can be used for a reply. A double postcard is one type of self-mailer. (See the Domestic Mail Manual, paragraph 354, "Reusable Mail Pieces.")
A direct mail piece mailed without an envelope.
A mailing piece that does not required an envelope. SCF ectional ervice acility
It is an advertising piece sent by mail without being enclosed in an envelope.
Printed piece designed to be mailed without an envelope.