In the spring of 1998, Titanic was just coming off a 15-week streak atop the box office, 76 million TV viewers tuned in to say goodbye to Seinfeld and a new start-up called Netflix shipped its first DVD (for those at home wondering, it was the Tim Burton classic Beetlejuice).Read More
Inside The Envelope
Exciting news ahead for DVD Netflix! The brand-new web series Set Life is scheduled to premiere on their YouTube platform on June 15, 2019, featuring host and acclaimed filmmaker Ethan Paisley, co-executive producer Tiffany Unscripted, and director Ben Escobar.Read More
You returned your disc a few days ago, so you know that your next one is arriving soon. But… it’s cold, wet, and the mailbox is 100 snow-covered yards away. How do you know if it’s worth making that walk to the mailbox? For eligible households, it’s as simple as signing up for Informed Delivery from the United States Postal Service (USPS).
As our mailboxes get fuller this holiday season and mail traditionally starts to ‘disappear,’ you can keep track of exactly what is coming to your house. There are two easy ways to track: receive the daily digest email or use the Informed Delivery app.
If one of your red envelopes was being delivered on a certain day day, your email from USPS might look like this:
If you prefer to not receive emails, you can take a quick look in the app:
Informed Delivery lets you digitally preview your mail and manage your packages. It also allows you to view images of the exterior of letter-sized mail pieces and track your packages in one convenient location.
This is a handy service provided by the USPS for free, and doesn’t replace our direct communication with you about your favorite red envelopes. To learn more about how we turn your envelopes so quickly, visit our 20th anniversary video series with Part 3: Delivered to Your Door.
We’ve already seen positive feedback from many of our members!
We held another contest to let our members design the holiday envelopes! Meet the four fans that created this winter’s festive mailers.Read More
Since 2005, loyal DVD Netflix member Joanna Wilson has saved all her red envelope flaps. She was originally intrigued by the unique texture of our famous red envelopes, noting that they seemed water-resistant (since they might have to withstand traveling through rain and snow during their USPS deliveries), so she thought, "This might make a cool craft project in the future. Maybe I’ll save a few of them."Read More