Is there a more lovely (and perfect) place than Loveland, CO from which to send your Valentine’s Day cards and love letters? The Sweetheart City has officially started its 73rd annual valentine season by accepting cards and love letters for its popular re-mailing program.
This year’s Valentine’s Day postmark features an image of Dan Cupid with the words: “The heart of Loveland is joyfully sent to you. Let love be remembered in all that you do. Loveland, Colorado 2019.”
Oh, and for those wondering, King Soopers is no longer offering drop-off boxes.
Send your stamped cards and love letters in a larger envelope to:
Postmaster – Attention Valentines
446 E. 29th St.
Loveland, CO 80538-9998.
Remember, you must have proper postage on all of your Valentine cards and letters before sending them to the Loveland post office. Otherwise, your loved ones will not receive your heart-filled words, as they will be deemed undeliverable.
IMPORTANT: According to the Loveland Chamber of Commerce, in Colorado only, senders can drop off their larger envelope (containing properly stamped cards and letters) at any Colorado USPS Post Office addressed to the Loveland Postmaster (see address above) with no additional postage required on the larger envelope. The USPS will deliver them to Loveland at no charge. Plus, your cards must be in a larger envelope for proper delivery — even just a single card.
If you’re sending your valentines to Loveland from an out-of-state or international postal office, postage is required on the larger envelope for them to be properly delivered to Loveland. Be sure to weigh the larger envelope to ensure you include the proper postage. Otherwise, the envelope will be undeliverable and returned to the sender.
The deadline for international destinations is Friday, February 1.
The deadline for U.S. destinations (outside of Colorado) is Thursday, February 7.
The deadline for destinations within Colorado and Wyoming is Saturday, February 9.
You can also drop off your stamped valentines in-person at the Loveland Chamber of Commerce (5400 Stone Creek Circle) or either Loveland post office (446 E. 29th St. and 601 Cleveland Ave.) in designated drop-off boxes by Saturday, February 9 — no larger envelope required.
Happy Valentine’s Day!