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Manage Your Bill

UPS Billing Center

Get secure, online access to view, manage, and pay your invoices. Select the link below to register.

Enroll in the UPS Billing Center

Access the UPS Billing Center

Learn About UPS Bill Solutions

Billing and Payment Schedules

UPS offers a number of options for managing your invoices. To learn more or enroll in these options, contact your UPS Representative or select the link below.

  • Billed Weekly/Pay Weekly: Receive an invoice weekly and pay weekly. Payment can be made by Electronic Funds Transfer, payment card (for example a debit or credit card), or check.
  • Billed Weekly/Pay Monthly: Receive an invoice weekly but pay only once a month. You will be required to give UPS a prepayment equal to four weeks' average shipping charges. Payment can be made by Electronic Funds Transfer or check.
  • Billed Monthly/Pay Monthly: Receive an invoice weekly and pay monthly. You will be required to give UPS a prepayment equal to four weeks' average shipping charges. To avoid prepayment, a credit extension fee can be charged on your annual shipping charges and is subject to change annually. Payment can be made by Electronic Funds Transfer or check.

Learn More About Payment Options

Options for Selecting Payer

UPS can help you manage domestic or international shipping costs by allowing you to determine who pays each portion of the shipping charges. To learn more about your options, select a link below.

Payer Options for Domestic Shipments

Payer Options for International Shipments

Manage Inbound Charges

You control who can and cannot bill shipping charges to your UPS account number. This solution offers two choices:

  • Allow any shipper to bill shipping charges to your UPS account number except those shippers you want to deny charges.
  • Do not allow a shipper to bill shipping charges to your UPS account number except those shippers you want to accept charges from.

To access Manage Inbound Charges, select the link below.

Manage Inbound Charges

Consolidated Payment Plans

Consolidated Payment Plans (CPP) offer a convenient way to aggregate UPS invoices for multiple UPS account numbers into a single invoice for payment. These plans can be created for UPS domestic, export, and import invoices. To learn more about CPP, contact your UPS Representative.