13 Best Fax Services Near Me to Fax For Less

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Faxing documents has largely been replaced with scanning and electronic documents.

However, you may still find an occasional need to fax a document to a business or private party, or even a need to make copies.

Just recently I had to send some documents via fax to a mortgage company.

Luckily, there is a good selection of businesses that offer fax services to the general public or to customers and members.

Places to Fax Near You

While services at each type of business or location may vary, many of the places below have at least some locations that provide fax services.

1. Office Depot/Office Max

There are local Office Depot (and Office Max – now Office Depot in many states) locations throughout the United States that will fax items if you stop in and visit their customer service counter.

Prices may vary based on your state or location, but in my state Office Depot charges as follows:

  • $1.49 to fax one page locally ($1.29 each for additional pages)
  • $1.99 to fax one page nationally ($1.79 each for additional pages)
  • $$7.99 to fax one page internationally ($3.99 each for additional pages)

Again, your local Office Depot location prices may vary, so I’d suggest calling or stopping in to check prices before you fax, and to make sure that your local Office Depot offers this service.

2. FedEx/Kinkos

FedEx stores, which in many states have also bought out Kinkos store locations, often have fax services as well. Most stores allow you to send or receive local, domestic or international faxes.

Prices in my local stores for faxing at FedEx are as follows:

  • $1.89 to fax one page locally ($1.59 each for additional pages)
  • $2.49 to fax one page nationally ($2.19 each for additional pages)
  • $5.99 to fax one page internationally ($3.99 each for additional pages)

Note that prices in your local store may vary.

With FedEx you get a complimentary cover page included with your order and they’ll give you a printed fax confirmation sheet as well.

The inclusion of a cover sheet is a welcome security precaution. Remember to check with your local FedEx/Kinkos store to get the scoop on their prices and available fax services.

3. UPS Store

UPS (United Parcel Service; the guys with the big brown trucks) has over 4600 store locations worldwide, and many of those locations offer fax services.

Here in the U.S. fax prices at UPS stores are as follows:

  • $1.00 to fax one page locally ($1.00 each for additional pages)
  • $2.00 to fax one page nationally ($1.00 each for additional pages)
  • $3.00 to fax one page internationally ($3.00 each for additional pages)

Note that the prices UPS charges – at least in my area – are quite a bit cheaper than the other stores we’ve featured so far.

Since UPS stores are just as easy to find in many cities as FedEx or Office Depot stores, you may want to choose to do your faxing at UPS if you have to fax things on any kind of a regular basis.

4. Staples

Staples has over 300 store locations as of this writing.

Prices at Staples locations in my area are currently running at:

  • $1.79 to fax one page locally ($1.59 each for additional pages)
  • $2.39 to fax one page nationally ($2.19 each for additional pages)
  • $5.99 to fax one page internationally ($3.99 each for additional pages)

Note that Staples has locations in Canada as well as in the United States.

5. HyVee

HyVee is a national chain grocery store company that has roughly 250 store locations in eight Midwestern states, including Minnesota, Wisconsin, South Dakota, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska.

The HyVee near me charges approximately $1 to fax the first page and $0.50 to fax additional pages. Note that this price is only representative of one location and that stores near you might charge more or less.

Also, the HyVee website doesn’t indicate whether or not this price includes national and international faxes, or only local faxes.

Fax information for HyVee is pretty vague on their website, so I’d be sure to call ahead to your local store to get specifics on whether or not they offer fax services and how much they charge for those services before you go.

Also, it may be wise to mention when calling if your fax is a national or international fax as prices may be higher than for local faxes.

6. Your Local Bank or Credit Union

Many – if not most – banks and credit unions have fax services available, and those services are often free to customers.

Although your bank or credit union may not specify that they offer fax services for customers, it certainly wouldn’t hurt to ask, especially if that means you are able to fax your documents for free as a member of the financial institution.

If you’re not a member of the local bank offering fax services, ask if they’ll fax anyway for free or for a small fee.

7. AAA Travel and Auto Club

If you’re a member of the AAA Auto Club, you may be able to get items faxed for free by visiting one of their local office locations.

AAA is great for being there if your car breaks down on the side of the road, but they also offer members a myriad of other services.

These include travel services, discounts for many stores and businesses, and banking and community services such as fax services.

Faxing is free at most office locations for AAA members and available only to members.

If you’re not currently an AAA member you can join and get the benefits of their roadside assistance help along with the ability to fax items for free.

You don’t have to go into an office to join AAA, you can simply call their customer service number via the link above.

8. Postal Annex

Postal Annex (also known as Annex Brands, Inc.) is business that provides complete shipping and business services to people all over the United States.

They have hundreds of locations throughout the U.S., including stores in California, Colorado, Texas, Arizona, Florida, Tennessee, North Carolina and other states.

According to their website, their store locations do offer fax services, and they promise to let you use their fax number and hold any faxes you receive at their store locations in a secure location until you arrive to claim them.

Prices for faxing at a Postal Annex store vary by location, but generally you’ll find they charge between $1 and $2 per page to send a fax.

Visit or call your local store location for more information on pricing and availability.

9. Pilot Flying J

Pilot Flying J is a travel center company with over 750 locations in the United States as well as a few in Canada.

I’m a bit embarrassed to say I’d never heard of these guys until I did my research for this article, especially being that they have several locations in my area.

The company offers roadside assistance, they have food and fuel locations for when you’re on the road, and many centers have business services such as Western Union, check cashing, coin exchange and yes, fax services.

Prices for faxing and faxing availability may vary depending on location, but generally they’ll charge you approximately $2 per page for fax services. Nice if you’re on the road and find you need fax services.

10. Your Local Library

Not all local library locations provide fax services, but you may find that yours does. Call or stop in to see if they offer fax services and what their charge is to do so.

11. Various Hotel Chains

Just as many hotels offer free wi-fi and free computer use at their hotels, almost all larger chain hotel companies offer fax services to guests.

Whether their fax machine is in a business center that is designated specifically for guests or in a private office for employees, most hotel employees would probably allow you to fax something if need be.

Now, the hotel might not offer fax services for those who aren’t staying as guests at the hotel, but it certainly wouldn’t hurt to ask.

As a non-guest they may just fax something for you anyway. If they’re hesitant you could ask about paying a small fee to use their fax machine.

If you’re staying as a guest at the hotel, you’ll probably be able to fax documents as a courtesy service for guests.

12. Local Travel Agent Offices

Many times local travel agency offices will allow visitors to fax items if they’re on the road and away from home.

Whether or not they’ll let you fax for free – or at all – may depend on the travel agency’s business policy and their level of customer service, but it could be an option worth checking out if you’re traveling and not near your home town.

In order to find a travel agency, simply google “travel agency near me” and be sure to have the location turned to “on” so your cell phone can populate nearby travel agency locations.

13. Online Fax Software and Fax Apps

With technology such as it is these days, you can also use online fax software or fax apps right from your PC or other device.

Here are some examples of products that might be useful for you if you have items to fax.


EFax is one of the easiest ways to send a fax. You can send a fax from a computer, smartphone or even your tablet.

It is $16.95 per month for up to 150 pages faxed with a $10 set up fee.

Ring Central

If you fax items on any kind of a regular basis for your small business or personal reasons, you could get a separate fax software program from Ring Central.

For as little as $12.99 per month (for 750 faxed pages), Ring Central will set you up with fax services from your PC (via your email address) or mobile device.

Metro Fax

Metro Fax has a plan similar to that of Ring Central starting at only $7.95 per month. The $7.95 per month plan allows you to send/receive a total of 500 pages per month, although they do state that pricing varies by area.

As with Ring Central, you can send faxes from your email or from your mobile device. There are no contracts with Metro Fax, which is nice in case you need to do some faxing during short-term time periods.

My Fax

My Fax is another fax software company that also has fax plans starting at just $10 a month for sending 100 pages and receiving 200 pages.


There are several other online faxing companies available to choose from as well. Whether or not you want to sign up for a service depends on how much you have to fax things.

I would say that most people these days don’t have to use a fax service all that often, in which case it would likely be more cost effective to simply go to a local shipping store or office supply store and just pay the one-time fee they charge for your fax.

However, if you find you are needing to fax things on any kind of a regular basis, it might be a better option to sign up for inexpensive online fax services like the ones mentioned toward the end of the post.

While most people are using scan and send options these days to get documents from one location to another, there is still the occasional business that will want you to send documents over via faxing services.

If you find yourself in a situation where you need to fax something, there are many options to choose from as we’ve shown above.

Prices and locations vary, but the options are bountiful in most larger metropolitan areas and small towns alike. The blessed fax machine is still alive and well, despite technology that is newer and easier to use in many cases.



  1. This is great information. The updated cost at a UPS Store in suburban Boston, MA is $6.00 per page for international faxes with the cover sheet included.

    • Thanks for the info. Found it very helpful.

  2. What banks in Chicago fax for customers, with or without a fee?

    • Well, you would just have to check with each of the banks that are close to you to find out. It might be worth the time and phone call to check. Good luck!

    • A free option is your local library

      • Yes, that is one option that we mentioned in the post. Thanks for mentioning it again. 🙂

  3. Try your local Library? Broward County Libraries here in Fort Lauderdale, FL charge $1 per page. I need to fax 70 pages and I can’t afford that.

    • I’m sorry you feel that is a high price. Unfortunately, that is actually at about the bottom of the range, not the top. I hope you don’t have to use that service often.

    • You can probably buy a fax machine at Staples, etc for $25 or so

  4. I suggest WiseFax. It is an easy to use, pay-as-you-go online fax service – no subscription and no hidden fees. One good thing about WiseFax is that you can send a fax to almost every country in the world, as a lot of other online fax services just “ignore” a lot of countries.

    • Thank you for mentioning that as another option for international faxes!

  5. Thanks for the information. I left HEB grocers because customer service wanted $30.00 for 8 pages locally. I used UPS.

    • Wow! That’s pretty steep!

  6. I’d just look for an online fax service provider such as SendAFax and fax from my phone or computer for efficiency right from the comfort of my home rather than going out to public places.

    • Yes, that is an option as well. However, not everything can be loaded electronically or received by others that way.

  7. Is there a place in Moravia, NY 13118 to send a fax?

    • You could check with a few places near where you live to see if they can do it for you. Or, ask if you can send one from your work place and pay them what it costs. Other options include asking other people you know if they know a place or checking with businesses you frequent to see if they do it for people for a fee – some might.

  8. There is an app called, Genius Scan, for your cell phone (I have an iPhone) that lets you use your cell to send and receive faxes. It costs less than $.39 page and the cover page is free. The app allows you to take a picture of any document and save it. Then, when you need to send it to someone, it sends it as a PDF. I love the app.

    • Thanks for mentioning that and for your thoughts about it. We appreciate your comments!

  9. I was pressed for time & wearing about 3 hats, including a dr appointment for my son. I asked them to send a fax for me & they did. Saved me so much time & money & was truly appreciated.
    Local community development agencies will also help with fax & computer needs.
    These asks are small ways we can help businesses we patron be good stewards.

  10. Your pricing for UPS stores is wrong. I went today to send a fax and they charged way more than 2.00 for one and 1.00 each additional.

  11. The apartment complex I live at in Quincy, MA has closed the leasing office. There is another apartment complex across the street. I will have my roommate call them to see if she can use it. Also there is a senior citizens apt building across the street. I will have her call them.

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