Reminder: New postage prices start Sunday

The United States Postal Service is raising first-class stamps from 44 cents to 45 cents starting January 22. However, previously purchased Forever stamps remain valid even after the price change goes into effect. It will also cost more to send postcards; flat-rate boxes and envelopes; letters to Canada, Mexico, or international destinations.
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The United States Postal Service is raising first-class stamps from 44 cents to 45 cents starting January 22. However, previously purchased Forever stamps remain valid even after the price change goes into effect. It will also cost more to send postcards; flat-rate boxes and envelopes; letters to Canada, Mexico, or international destinations.

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