What Are the New Postage Rates?


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USPS Postage Rates
First-Class Postcard: $0.34
First-Class Letter: $0.49
International Letter: $1.15
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1. Prepare the item for mailing and weigh the item. Calculate the weight in ounces. For example, if you weigh a letter, it may be 3 ounces. 2. Determine the method of shipping and
The postage rate changed in May 2009. It was raised from 42 cents to 44 cents on May 11th. The second ounce of postage remained at 17 cents.
Cost of mailing a letter or package that is set by the U.S. Postal Service. The rate depends upon the parcel’s weight and destination and the service sought.
Effective April 17, 2011, the postage rate for single-piece, 1-ounce First-Class letters will remain at 44 cents. However, postage for each additional ounce will increase from 17
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In the UK, the postage rates were changed in 2006 where the stamps for the 1st class [100g] letter were set at 46 pounds. The first class for the larger letter is 75 pounds for the stamps and 55 pounds for the franking. The rates however keep changing and updates need to be checked often.
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