Shannon (sunk) wrote in thequestionclub,

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USPS question

A US Postal System question:

Say you live in California, in the 90210 zip code. If someone mails something to you, using the 90210 zip code, but with the wrong state (let's say they use Colorado instead of California, or CO instead of CA). What are the chances the package would get there? As in, what is more important, the zip or the state? Would the package be returned to the sender?

I ask, because something I ordered was just sent (today; they realised the error after it was sent) was sent to MA instead of MI, but with my proper name, street, city and zip, and I'm curious as to what would likely happen. It was sent normal USPS First Class mail.
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