Andhra Pradesh Pin Code

Andhra Pradesh Pin Codes start with 50 to 53. Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and the district of Pondicherry are under the same PIN region. India is divided into 8 such PIN regions. The second digit of the Pin Code suggests the sub region or postal circle that the Pin Code belongs to.

While studying one Andhra Pradesh Pin Code the last three digits of the number will inform you about the delivery post office the region belongs to. The first three digits of these six digit numbers refer to the sorting district.

Since Andhra Pradesh covers a vast area and is the fifth largest state of India so the state has three postal circles in it.

All the post office Pin Codes of Andhra Pradesh are listed below.

  • Addanki 523201
  • Adilabad 504001
  • Adoni 518301
  • Allagada 518543
  • Amadalavalasa 532185
  • Amalapuram 533201
  • Anakpalle 531001
  • Anantapur 515001
  • Armoor 503224
  • Attili 534134
  • Avanigadda 521121
  • Bapatla 522101
  • Bhadrachalam 507111
  • Bhimavaram 534201
  • Bhongir 508116
  • Bobbili 532558
  • Buchinghampet 520002
  • Chandragiri 517101
  • Chilakaluripeta 522616
  • Chirala 523115
  • Chittoor 517001
  • Chodavaram 531036
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Last Updated on 20 June 2013


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