What type of postage do you offer?

We offer USA Forever® stamps  one stamp will get a standard 1 oz. envelope anywhere in the United States. The beauty of the Forever® stamps is that even if the price of postage increases, these stamps will still work.


Do you sell International stamps?

Not yet, but please feel free to contact us to express your interest. It could happen in the future.  


Why is the first envelope pre-stamped?

To get you going! Our products are meant to be sent in the mail after all. (And hey, it can be easy to forget where that stamp goes). 


Do you accept custom orders?

If you want something you don't see here, you may inquire at team@nicepapergoods.com. We'll do our best to accommodate subject to the scope of your project and our availability. 


Can I sell Nice products on my own site?

Your purchase of a Nice Paper Goods product is only for your personal use. By purchasing a Nice Paper Goods product, you agree not to resell or distribute such products for any commercial purposes. We may reject or cancel an order if we have reason to believe that your order is not for your personal use. 



Where does Nice ship?

We currently ship to the 50 states. You might experience longer delivery times when shipping to Hawaii and Alaska.


What shipping options do you have?

We offer standard or expedited shipping through USPS.  


How much is shipping?

The price of shipping is calculated by USPS based on the recipient's address and the weight & dimensions of the products in your order.


When can I expect my order to ship?

Processing takes 1 to 2 business days after you place your order. Orders placed after 1pm EST are processed the next business day. Then we hand off your package to USPS – as soon as it ships, you'll get an email with a tracking number so you can keep an eye on it.


Any tips with tracking a package?

In some cases, it can take the carrier 1-2 business days to register the status of your shipment. Please email us if your tracking number isn’t updating or working (help@nicepapergoods.com) and we'll look into it right away.


My package is lost

If your package has been lost in transit, please reach out to us at help@nicepapergoods.com as soon as you can. After an order has been delivered to the correct shipping address, we cannot be held responsible for lost or stolen packages. 



Do you charge sales tax?

Sales tax is calculated at checkout. We're required to collect sales tax on orders shipping within the state of New York. This includes a 4% state sales tax plus 3.0% to 4.875% county, municipal, and other taxes.


Is my transaction secure? 

At Nice Paper Goods, we take your privacy and security seriously. We will never share or sell your information to any third party, and the information we collect is used exclusively to contact you about your order if necessary. Transactions on our site are secured using SSL encryption to protect your important information (especially your name, address, and credit card number) and ensure it cannot be intercepted at any point in payment processing.


When will my credit card be charged?

Your credit card will be charged as soon as your order is accepted and processed. We'll send you a confirmation email as soon as your order goes through.


What forms of payment do you accept?

We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, JCB, Discover, and Diners Club credit cards or debit cards. We cannot accept checks or money orders.


What can I do if my payment is declined?

If your payment didn't go through, here are a few things to check:

Check that your card's billing details (like the security code and billing address) match what you've entered in our system.

Is your card expired?

Your card issuer might have declined your payment. Since they don't tell us the reason for this, we recommend checking with them before trying your card again.

If none of these apply, please contact us at help@nicepapergoods.com. We're happy to help! 



How can I check the status of my order?

If you created an account at checkout, just login and go to your Account page to see your order status. If you checked out as a guest, shoot us an email at help@nicepapergoods.com and we'll be happy to let you know the status of your order. 


Can I use multiple promo codes at checkout?

You can use one promo code per order. Found more than one valid Nice promo code? Please choose the one you want to use the most. 

Returns & Exchanges

What's your return policy?

Please see our Returns page.  


Who can I contact with press inquiries?



Why do you use social media while encouraging people to reduce their use?

In the words of Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, "Living in the world as it is isn't an argument against working towards a better future." Right now, we have to meet people where they're atand where they might need us most. We're selective about which social media platforms we use, and we keep it minimal (primarily Instagram). When we do use it, we strive to feed souls instead of just "feeding the beast." 

It's in the interest of device manufacturers (like Apple, Samsung), tech companies/ad platforms (Facebook, Google, Amazon), consumer mega-brands, and their advertising/media agencies for the population at large to be glued to our screens. Because even when we don't spend a dime, we still provide them with tremendous value via personal and behavioral data (often unknowingly). That's why they pay elite designers and engineers the big bucks to make their software "sticky" (a.k.a. addictive). They grab our attention with badges, banners, sounds, videos, celebrities, etc. They hold on by dangling our friends, family, and social life in front of us. Then they algorithmically reward and punish us based on how much we participate. We show off because we can or we shut down because we can't, and none of us win. They're rich, they're powerful, and they don't love us. We can't overpower them. But we can take back some of our time and money. 

In order to envision better lives for ourselves, we have to question dominant systems along with our own mental (mis)conceptions. Take inventory of where you spend your time and attention. Be honest, how do your social feeds generally affect your mood and sense of self-worth? Who profits when you feel bad about yourself?  Who is your daily behavior truly serving? When people engage with us on social media, we want them to start uncovering these truths for themselves. We don't really care if they never become our customers. The message is more important. Remember to live, IRL.  


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