FedEx Office

FedEx Office Print & Ship Center

Print Shop, Shipping Store, and Financial or Legal Service
249 S California Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94306, United States
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  • Mon–Sun
    • 24 Hours
Credit Cards:
Yes (incl. American Express)

FedEx Office in Palo Alto, CA provides a one-stop shop for small businesses printing and shipping expertise and reliable customer service when and where you need it. Services include copying and digital printing, direct mail, signs and graphics, Internet access, computer rental, fa... (See all)


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  • FedEx Office

    Put your Mother’s Day gift in good hands with FedEx Office! Head in today and save $3 on a $10 FedEx Ground shipment.

    FedEx Office · 2 days ago
  • FedEx Office

    Mother’s Day is on its way, so head into the nearest FedEx Office location and save 20% when you pack with the pros!

    FedEx Office · 5 days ago
  • FedEx Office

    Mother’s Day is on its way, and right now you’ll save $3 on any $10 FedEx Ground shipment* through 5/31. Come in today! Read more

    FedEx Office · 1 week ago
  • Chris M.

    Hector is a Rockstar... Totally helped with a last minute request for my sons birthday. Super professional and expeditious.

    Chris May · September 15, 2013
  • Alexa A.

    The staff is pretty old and creepy...

    Alexa Austin · February 14, 2013
  • Michael B.

    This FedEx is 24 hours and sells Doritos. Next time it's a late night and I get drunk, have the munchies, and an urge to ship things, this is where you'll find me.

    Michael Bolin · June 25, 2012
  • AT&T

    You can ship fast and connect fast with free AT&T Wi-Fi at your local FedEx Office.

    AT&T · September 22, 2011
  • Happychingchi G.

    Awesome! Open 24/7

    Happychingchi GYRH · August 17, 2010
  • Ed W.

    This kinkos sucks. Do not go here.

    Ed Word · March 3, 2010