UPS Package Tracking

Tracking numbers are used by UPS to identify and trace every package as it moves through the UPS system to its destination. UPS Package Tracking Help »

What is a Tracking Number?

Tracking numbers are used by UPS to identify and trace every package as it moves through the UPS system to its destination. UPS automatically assigns a tracking number to your package. Other types of tracking numbers are UPS InfoNotices (US only) and UPS Service Notices (outside of the US). UPS Tracking Numbers appear in the following formats: 1Z 999 999 99 9999 999 9; 9999 9999 9999; T999 9999 999

UPS Tracking Terms and Conditions

NOTICE: The UPS package tracking systems accessed via this service (the "Tracking Systems") and tracking information obtained through this service (the "Information") are the private property of UPS. UPS authorizes you to use the Tracking Systems solely to track shipments tendered by or for you to UPS for delivery and for no other purpose.

Without limitation, you are not authorized to make the Information available on any web site or otherwise reproduce, distribute, copy, store, use or sell the Information for commercial gain without the express written consent of UPS. This is a personal service, thus your right to use the Tracking Systems or Information is non-assignable. Any access or use that is inconsistent with these terms is unauthorized and strictly prohibited."

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