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  2. Price of US first-class mail stamp to rise to 73 cents - AOL

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    The U.S. Postal Service in November reported a $6.5 billion yearly net loss as first-class mail fell to the lowest volume since 1968. On Sunday, stamp prices will have risen 46% over 2019 when ...

  3. USPS raising stamp prices: Where to get Forever stamps in ...

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    The price of first-class Forever stamps will increase from 68 cents to 73 cents on July 14, an increase of more than 7%. Prices for all services will rise more than 7.5%. The price hikes are part ...

  4. Postage stamp prices are about to increase for second time ...

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    After increasing the price of a first-class postage stamp to 68 cents in January, the U.S. Postal Service is planning to increase the cost again in the coming days. The USPS will bump the cost of ...

  5. International reply coupon - Wikipedia

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    International reply coupon. An international reply coupon (IRC) is a coupon that can be exchanged for one or more postage stamps representing the minimum postage for an unregistered priority airmail letter of up to twenty grams sent to another Universal Postal Union (UPU) member country. IRCs are accepted by all UPU member countries.

  6. List of people on the postage stamps of the United States

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    Since the United States Post Office (now United States Postal Service or USPS) issued its first stamp in 1847, over 4,000 stamps have been issued and over 800 people featured. People have been featured on multiple stamps in one issue, or over time, such as various Presidents of the United States.

  7. American Letter Mail Company - Wikipedia

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    Spooner's justification was that the Constitution provided for a government-run postal service, but did not exclude others from engaging in the same business. Spooner dropped his rates even lower, delivering many letters for free. This competition dropped prices dramatically with postage of 6 1/4 cents per each half-ounce and stamps 20 for a ...

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