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So this is not a huge jump; the price increase is just 1 penny on the forever stamps. But, that is one penny per stamp.The USPS lets you pay for forever stamps with a credit card for no extra charge at the post office and will mail you your stamps for a small flat fee.

My wife has some spending to do from her round last month so we stocked up a bit. Again, keep in mind these stamps are good forever!  If you are going to be mailing anything ever again, you could meet some spend and buy some stamps TODAY before the price goes up! – René


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Posted by rene | 9 Comments

9 Responses to “Got spend to meet? Forever stamps are going UP on the 27th!”

  1. JakePB says:

    Better still, buy them at Office Depot & get 5 times pts on your Ink card.

  2. Delta Points says:

    @JakePB – yes that works too! If you have any OfficeMax gift card that you got with the 10% open discount that also works and is 2x the OD deal ;-)

  3. Cvb says:

    Ppl still use stamps?

  4. JakePB says:

    Cvb – Mrs Jake & I still send out holiday cards & thank you notes via snail mail, but that’s about it!

  5. Knarf says:

    But will the USPS be around forever? Hmm, maybe not.

  6. Delta Points says:

    @Knarf – at that point, points will not matter anyway! :-)

  7. MR. H says:

    In what qty does office depot sell these? Anyone know?

  8. PointsObsession says:

    Buy them at Costco and get a discount!

  9. I can do you all better than that…buy them on ebay at an average of 16% off…get 1% off using ebates and 2% back in ebay bucks making them 19% off! Been doing it for years. Just search “face value” in the unused stamp lot section.

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