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
As of 2015, it costs between $1.00 to $3.75 to mail a first-class letter to France. The exact cost is depends on the weight of the letter in ounces. Mailing a postcard to France is also a similar price.Full Answer >
It costs a minimum of $1.15 to send a postcard or standard letter from the United States to Scotland via First-Class Mail as of 2015. The complete cost may vary depending of the size, shape, weight and machinability of the letter.Full Answer >
A flat-rate U.S. Postal Service Priority Mail Express International envelope mailed from the United States typically takes between three and five business days to reach an address in the United Kingdom. USPS does not guarantee a delivery date for international mail.Full Answer >
Postage for a letter from the United States to Spain is determined by weight, from $1.15 (1 ounce) to $4.11 (3.5 ounces), based upon 2015 rates. Large envelopes, which include rigid or non-rectangular items, vary from $2.29 (1 ounce) to $35.08 (64 ounces).Full Answer >