New USPS Postal Rates for May 11, 2009

Posted on February 11, 2009. Filed under: Other | Tags: , , , |

You can now calculate in advance what domestic and international packages will cost to mail beginning May 11, 2009 when the new price increases take effect.  

 

The Governors of the Postal Service have now approved the price adjustments for the mailing services of First Class Mail, Standard Mail, Periodicals, Package services (including Parcel Post), and Extra Services.

 

The price of a First Class Mail Stamp will increase 2 cents to 44 cents on May 11, 2009.    Be sure to buy some Forever Stamps at the 42-cent rate before May 11th if you want to take advantage of the savings. 

 

One good note is that there will be no increase in the additional ounce price, which remains at 17 cents,  for first class mail. 

 

For more information, you can visit the US Postal Service website where you can calculate the new costs in advance: Click HERE

 

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