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Puerto Rico Postal Codes

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What is a Postal/Zip Code?

A postal code is a series of numeric or alphanumeric codes used for sorting mail. It usually has five to six characters that identify a geographic region and address.

Postal codes are also referred to as ZIP code, PIN code, Postcode, e.t.c., depending on the country. Irrespective of the name it is being called, they all represent the same thing and serve the same purpose.

The Universal Postal Union (UPU) is the international body that maintains global postal service, this body is responsible for overseeing the specific postal service entity of all countries around the world.

We have postal/zip codes for 59 provinces/states in Puerto Rico. You will find a table below with information about Puerto Rico postal codes for various provinces, you can further drill down by clicking on a province/state on this table and you will be taken to a page with all the zip/postal codes in this province/state.

Postal Code for Puerto Rico

Country Code State / Province State / Province Code
PR Yauco 153
PR Yabucoa 151
PR Villalba 149
PR Vega Alta 143
PR Utuado 141
PR Trujillo Alto 139
PR Toa Baja 137
PR Toa Alta 135
PR San Lorenzo 129
PR San Juan 127
PR San German 125
PR Sabana Grande 121
PR Rio Grande 119
PR Rincon 117
PR Quebradillas 115
PR Ponce 113
PR Penuelas 111
PR Patillas 109
PR Orocovis 107
PR Naguabo 103
PR Morovis 101
PR Moca 99
PR Mayaguez 97
PR Maunabo 95
PR Maricao 93
PR Manati 91
PR Luquillo 89
PR Las Marias 83
PR Lares 81
PR Lajas 79
PR Juncos 77
PR Juana Diaz 75
PR Jayuya 73
PR Isabela 71
PR Humacao 69
PR Guaynabo 61
PR Guayanilla 59
PR Guayama 57
PR Guanica 55
PR Florida 54
PR Fajardo 53
PR Dorado 51
PR Comerio 45
PR Cidra 41
PR Ceiba 37
PR Cayey 35
PR Catano 33
PR Carolina 31
PR Canovanas 29
PR Caguas 25
PR Cabo Rojo 23
PR Bayamon 21
PR Arecibo 13
PR Anasco 11
PR Aibonito 9
PR Aguas Buenas 7
PR Aguadilla 5
PR Aguada 3
PR Adjuntas 1

How To Know Your Postal Code

Many people make mistakes when filling their postal codes for their shipping address when shopping online, this can lead to a delay in the delivery of your parcels or a total loss of your package.

Postal/Zip codes are not just restricted to geographic location or states/provinces, most times, each local government area, town, areas and sometimes popular places such as universities have their own postal/zip codes.

So when you are required to enter your zip/postal code, make sure you don’t input just any value or the geographical postal code, instead provide the postal/zip code of your exact location or address.

Here is how to know your Zip/Postal Code in Puerto Rico:

  1. Visit findapostalcode.com
  2. Click on the search box and enter the name of your city or location in the search box.
  3. Look through the search result to find the most accurate location
  4. Copy the exact zip/postal code and fill it into your form

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