Do you know your exact address? What about a zip code? For me it’s always a problem to remember these impossible figures! That’s why someone often search for my area zip code on the Web when he or she need to buy something online or just register a new account. Here are several good zip code sites we discovered, which are quick to provide a postal code for any location.
How to find a Zip Code Worldwide?
Whatever zip code you may require, the following websites will help you learn any postal code in the world.
What’s My Zip
Whatismyzip.com is a free fast web app to define your postal code. Just allow it to use your current location info and in a few moments you’ll see the zip code of the area you are in.
It also provides your probable address with a fragment of Google map. Unfortunately, the address may not always be correct, so if you doubt, enter your exact address into the search bar to get the accurate zip code. The process is fast and the result is reliable.
Wiki has a good list of zip code resources for any area. Here are listed even those countries which don’t have postal codes yet.
The links lead to the related Wiki articles with zip code information for a certain location. It’s also important that Wikipedia provides the details about zip code format (letter, number, or combined). Once you find the required article with postal codes list of your country, just use the CTRL+F combination on your keyboard to find the zip code for your street address. The process isn’t that fast as with the app above, still you may be sure in the reliable information.
Geo Post Codes
Geopostcodes.com is a free database of 5.8 million zip codes for 127 countries.
To get yours, just choose a country, then region and city, and verify a post code by clicking on the coordinates. You’ll be given a full list of areas for a particular code. It’s a bit uncomfortable since you might need to check multiple codes before finding the one you need. Still it’s one of the rare sites with zip codes for all possible locations and other useful info about various areas.
Mapdevelopers.com/what-is-my-zip-code.php is another helpful website to discover your area code. You may let the service to guess your location and get the zip code for it, or you can enter your exact postal address to get the more accurate information.
The website accepts addresses on almost all languages. Besides, there is a plenty of other useful tools. For example, you may learn what country you are, count a distance on the map, find latitude and longitude and much more.
At geonames.org/postal-codes/, you first need to choose a country for which you’re going to get a zip code, then select a city and so on.
The database covers all the countries and contains over eleven million place names. Besides postal codes, you may download tons of useful data about countries, population, area of the land, etc.
How to Find USA Postal Codes?
More often, you need to learn a postal code within one country only. In case this country is the USA, you may use the following websites to identify your zip code.
To find a zip code with USPS.com, you need to fill in the fields with your USA street address, city, and state. Then click Find and you’ll get your postal code. There is also a tab to get zip code for a company. The result is as fast as the delivery by this shipping company.
Watch this video to learn how to find a zip code with USPS.com.
United States Zip Codes
UnitedStatesZipCodes.org is ideal to find an area code if you don’t know the exact address. You may start looking for a postal code with entering your address into the search field, this can be just a city, then go to the map and upscale it to find your area.
City-Data.com provides zip code details, as well as the information about the area: population, resident age, unemployment rate, family income, real estate prices, etc. To find a zip code here, you may either use a custom search (any address query) or a map.
How to Find UK Post Codes?
If you want to learn a poscode of an area in the United Kingdom, the following websites will be helpful to you.
Go to Royalmail.com/find-a-postcode, enter your street address, town or city and click Find postcode. Everything is fast and easy! While typing, you’ll get search suggestions. Note that UK zip codes have a special format with outward (postcode area) and inward (postal district) parts, e.g. SW19 3AR.
Postoffice.co.uk/postcode-finder has a similar design and works in the same way as the previous website. Once you found the postal code, you may look up the postage price to that area and even order one.
If you know other good sites to find a zip code, please share them in the comments below.