How much does a first-class stamp cost?


As of 3rd April 2011 the cost of a first class stamp rose from 5p to 46p for standard items. However it is still considered to be among the lowest prices in Europe according to the Royal Mail.
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45 cents.
Currently, stamps are $42, but the price of a first-class stamp
First class mail is efficient and inexpensive. The United States Postal Service standard for first class mail is one-to-three day delivery. First class package service includes forward
42 cents is the 2008 rate. The rate went up on May 12 from 41 cents. You can check the USPS web site for a history of the rates and the current rates.
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USPS Postage Rates
First-Class Postcard: $0.34
First-Class Letter: $0.49
International Letter: $1.15
A 1st class UK basic letter stamp costs 41p while a 2nd class one costs 32p. The 1st class stamp is usually gold/iridescent in colour. A booklet containing 12 1st class stamps costs £4.92 and a 6-stamp booklet costs £2.46.
The price of a standard letter first class stamp rose today from 39p to 41p, and a second class stamp from 30p to 32p, increases of 5.1% and 6.7% respectively. Royal Mail ordinary meter and account mail charges have not been changed, remaining at 36p and 25p respectively for standard letters weighing up to 100g.
The price for first class stamps is currently set at 46 pence. The royal mail has however issued a statement saying that these stamps will be retailing for 60 pence starting 30th April 2012.
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