For first-class mail delivery from Colorado to Arizona, the cost is 49 cents for one first-class stamp as of July 2014. Any number of stamps adding up to 49 cents equals the first-class rate. Standard mail offers cheaper rates for a minimum of 200 pieces or 50 pounds of mail.
Stamps come in "Forever" denominations that retain their first-class value no matter when they are bought. Other stamps cost 21 cents and 34 cents for lower classes of mail and bulk mail. The simplest way to mail a letter from Colorado to Arizona is to get one "Forever" stamp. Otherwise, customers need a combination of fixed-value stamps that meets or exceeds the current first-class stamp price.Learn More
According to the United States Postal Service, while the exact location of a postal money order cannot be traced, customers can determine whether a specific money order has been cashed by contacting the USPS with information contained on the money order's receipt. The customer must fill out Form 6401, usually at a post office, and pay a fee to make a tracing inquiry.Full Answer >
Postage stamps from the United States do not expire, as long as they haven't been used already. Stamps can be used no matter how old they are, as long as correct postage is on the item to be posted.Full Answer >
United States postal money orders are a financial instrument issued by the post office.Â They are similar to a check in that the money order is made out to a specific person or party for a specific amount of money.Full Answer >
The price of a first class postage stamp was raised from 37 cents to 39 cents on Jan. 8, 2006. The change followed the approval of a Postal Rate Commission recommendation to raise prices on all classes of mail approximately 5.4 percent.Full Answer >