USPS Stamp Values?

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USPS stamp values are constantly changing, and the value normally increases. Currently, in April 2013, the value of a First-Class stamp is 46 cents. The official website of the United States Postal Service always has the most updated prices available. For example, Express Mail for Retail or for Business is currently anywhere from $11.16-$14.10. Standard Mail for Business is significantly less at $0.146 for piece of commercial mail. The prices are constantly changing, so mailing things at the Post Office is the easiest way to ensure that you are not overpaying or underpaying.
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