As of March 2014, the postage for a letter sent via First Class International Mail from the United States to Alberta, Canada is $3.33. This postage covers one envelope that is no more than 15 inches long, 12 inches high and 0.75 inch thick with contents that are not worth more than $400.Know More
The postage for sending a postcard from the United States to Alberta is $1.15 as of March 2014, assuming that the postcard is no more than 6 inches long and 4.25 inches high.
The U.S. Postal Service offers many other international mailing services. Global Express Guaranteed delivers a letter to Alberta in as little as one to three days, and the postage costs $51.50. A letter sent from the United States to Alberta via Priority Mail International takes six to 10 days to arrive, and postage costs $20.55.Learn more about Mail & Shipping
Mailing a 1-ounce letter from anywhere in the United States to Hawaii costs 49 cents as of January 2014. Postal rates are uniform between all 50 states, so there is no additional cost to ship items to or from the mainland with USPS.Full Answer >
Although the time frame may vary, on average, letters traveling through standard mail from the United States to Canada take four to seven days to reach their destination. The variables that may affect the delivery include the customs process, the amount of mail delivered and weather conditions.Full Answer >
In general, letters with insufficient postage are returned to the sender with a notification to add additional postage. In some cases, mail may be delivered with insufficient postage, but not often.Full Answer >
As of May 2014, the United States Postal Service charges 34 cents to send a typically sized postcard to a recipient in the United States. For larger postcards, the rate is 49 cents, and for recipients in other countries, the rate is $1.15.Full Answer >