As of Jan. 26, 2014, U.S. Postal Service stamps for first class letters weighing up to 1 ounce increased from 46 cents to 49 cents in the United States. Each additional ounce for a regular piece of mail adds 21 cents to the postage.
The fee for a flat large envelope up to 1 ounce went from 92 cents to 98 cents as of the Jan. 26, 2014, changes. The USPS introduced a new metered mail rate for companies that use postage meters. The rate was set at 48 cents. The rate for regular postcards increased from 33 cents to 34 cents.Learn More
According to the U.S. Postal Service, the price of a first-class postage stamp in the United States is 49 cents as of June 2014. This rate applies to standard-sized mail weighing 1 ounce or less. Letters weighing more than 1 ounce cost an additional 21 cents to mail.Full Answer >
As of June 2014, the base rate of a U.S. first-class postage stamp is 49 cents. This rate applies to standard-sized mailings weighing 1 ounce or less. Twenty-one cents is added for each additional ounce.Full Answer >
The cost of a postage stamp today is 49 cents. This is a 3 cent rate increase from 2013. The rate was increased as of Jan. 26, 2014.Full Answer >
According to the United States Postal Service, the rate for First Class postage is 49 cents for 1-ounce letter. This rate increased as of Jan. 26, 2014, and applies to postage purchased at a post office location. Additional fees are required for add-on services such as delivery confirmation.Full Answer >