How Much Is a Second Class Stamp UK?


A second class stamp in the UK costs between 36p to 3.15 pounds. The difference in the rates occur due to type and the weight of the article. Get more details at the Royal Mail website at:
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According to the US Postal Service, what used to be called "Second-class" mail is now classified as periodicals: magazines, newspapers and other publications.
I have looked on the Royal Mail Website: First Class: 39p. Second Class: 30p.…. There is a whole table of available stamps and costs
it takes 3 working days, so wed/thur
The current price of a UK Second Class stamp is 50p and 69p for the Second Class Large Letter stamp. report this answer. Answered by kgb agent Eric M on Wednesday, October 09 2013
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You can pay for all your regular First Class, Second Class and Airmail letters with stamps. Certificates of Posting are available free when you post your mail from your local Post Office. A second class stamp rose from 30p to 32p and to purchase one or several visit
In the UK, the second class mail is used to send letters, large letters and packets for delivery on the third working day. The value of the stamp depends on the weight of the article and the type. Refer the following website for more details:
If you use a lot of stamps and need to buy your stamps in bulk then the convenient way to do so is to buy them as sheets. Stamp sheets contain 100 stamps and can be easily stored or filed away. The 100 x 2nd Class Self Adhesive Stamp Sheet is £32.
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