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What are Expired postcards?
Postcards that have been traveling more than 60 days are set to status Expired in the Postcrossing system. This status allows you to request another address to send a postcard to.
Most sent postcards will arrive before 60 days have passed; however, some postcards do take longer to reach their destination. Postcards that have expired can still be registered up to one year after you requested the address.
You can see which of your sent postcards have expired by looking at your Sent postcards list. After a period of one year from the sent date, the Postcrossing system deletes the postcard entry from the system. As such, your sent postcards list will not show any postcard that has a travel time greater than 365 days and the postcard cannot be registered by the receiver any longer.