noun[mass noun] British
- (Chiefly as an element of an address) a postal service whereby the cost of postage is paid by the business that receives the letter: [as modifier]: send the form to our Freepost addressMore example sentences
- But, as with all Freepost addresses, the host organisation has to pick up the postage charges for all mail sent to that address, with every envelope costing the recipient more than a first-class stamp.
- Local people fill them in and send them back via the scout's Freepost address - helping to raise about £3,000.
- Though the Lib Dems do run to a Freepost return address - with the proviso: No stamp needed but using one helps save our campaign costs.