Welcome to
ShipStation Free Stamps.com Account
Connect with the most stores, carriers and customers.
  • Amazon
  • USPS
  • EBay
  • Shopify
  • UPS
  • BigCommerce
  • FedEx
  • Magento
  • DHL

Import, manage, and ship your orders with ShipStation, the #1 choice of online sellers

Want to get orders flying out the door? Then you need ShipStation... the #1 choice of online seller everywhere. Whenever you sell and however you ship, ShipStation is the quickest, easiest and most affordable way to get orders to your customers.
  • Import orders from over 75 online sales channels: no copy/paste
  • Get a free Stamps.com account with "Fortune 500" discounts
  • Print labels using discounted rates from UPS®, FedEx®, DHL® and more
  • Easily automate almost any shipping task
  • Ship and manage orders on the go with our full-featured Mobile App
  • Create a better customer experience and boost your seller ratings

No better way to get your products to your customers.


Import orders from anywhere

Import orders from over 100 marketplaces, carts and stores - more than any competitor.


Ship and save with your favorite carriers

Rate shop and print labels for all your carriers - get the best rate base on desired delivery time.


Instantly send order status to customers

Shipment and tracking info instantly sent to your customers. Order data posts back to your stores.


Let customers process their own returns

Create a custom self-service portal for fast, hassle-free customer returns.


Automatically update inventory

ShipStation automatically updates inventory and alerts you when levels are getting low.


Analyze order data instantly

Create detailed reports and make smarter business decisions using real-time data.

Success Story: Ugmonk

Jeff Sheldon created Ugmonk to explore his own personal creativity by designing clothes and useful items like notebooks and messenger bags. Now, the successful brand has shipped goods to over 60 countries with the help of ShipStation.

"Now that we have ShipStation we're ready...
bring on the orders."

Jeff Sheldon