ShipGooder was a free website that allowed users to buy postage online and compare shipping rates between USPS, UPS, FedEx, DHL, Dicom, Canada Post, CanPar, Purolator and more. As of April 2021, the site is no longer operational.
If you were looking to see which carrier option is the cheapest for sending your parcel, ShipGooder was a nice option. Their website was free to use, and they received rave reviews from the Wall Street Journal to Reader’s Digest. Customers praised the user interface and the amount of money they saved on postage. However, ShipGooder claimed users could “save up to 20% on their shipping costs” with USPS, which was a much lower discount than we typically see with other shipping software. Therefore, when it was around, we highly suggested checking out other options if you were shipping with USPS to give yourself the deepest discounts possible.
- Users could get a shipping quote within seconds and compare carrier rates side-by-side
- Both the fastest and the cheapest delivery options were featured
- Save up to 20% on USPS shipping labels
- Built in package tracking was available on their website, if users typed in their tracking number
- Note: Tracking wasn’t available for Canada Post on ShipGooder’s website
- Was geared more towards everyday consumers than E-commerce businesses
- Same Day Shipping offered through local and regional partners
- Phone support used to be available from 9 am – 6 pm EST, Monday-Friday
- Email support also used to be available online
Not sure if ShipGooder is right for you?
To explore some cheaper, easier options, check our guide: