How much are stamps?

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A stamp is legal tender or something that can be used as an official medium of payment. The current price of a first class stamp in the UK is 49 pence. The price of a second class stamp is 32 pence.
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The cost was 44 cents in 2011. That covers the first ounce of weight. Each additional ounce was 20 cents.
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Ask.com Answer for: how much are stamps
USPS Postage Rates
First-Class Postcard: $0.34
First-Class Letter: $0.49
International Letter: $1.15
a stamp costs 36p for the first class and 27 p for the second class but it must be in the weight limit of 100g
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