How much did stamp cost in 2010?

4. Prices for First-Class Mail, Standard Mail, Parcel Post and other mailing services products will not change in 2010, with the cost of a First-Class Mail stamp remaining at 44 cents.

Can I use a Forever Stamp from 2010?

Forever stamps will always be able to mail a one-ounce letter no matter when you purchased it or how much the prices may change in the future. They’re always sold at the same price as the standard First-Class stamps.

Can I use a Forever Stamp from 2009?

February 10, 2009 Customers can continue to mail letters at today’s prices by purchasing the Forever Stamp before May 11. Forever Stamps are honored whenever they are used with no need for additional postage for a once-ounce letter. On May 11, 2009, the price of a Forever Stamp will increase to 44 cents.

What was the cost of a Forever Stamp in 2011?

Forever stamps — also called first class stamps — will now cost 45 cents, a one cent bump. The change will go into effect Jan. 22. That’s not the only change: Postcard postage will increase 3 cents to 32 cents.

Are 2013 Forever stamps still good?

Customers who purchased Forever Stamps in 2013 at the rate of $0.46 each may still use those stamps to mail their First Class letters today without adding additional postage to the envelope.

Can I still use 50 cent stamps?

As its name suggests, you can use a Forever Stamp regardless of changes in postage for a standard letter. This means a Forever Stamp purchased in 2001 when postage rates were 41 cents are still completely valid for the current 50 cent postage rate. Use Forever Stamps without needing to buy additional postage.

What is the 2010 nature of America stamp?

Featuring a Hawaiian rain forest, the 2010 Nature of America issuance is the 12th stamp pane in an educational series focusing on the beauty and complexity of major plant and animal communities in the United States. The stamp will go on sale in August.

How many stamps are in a pane of 20?

The single design will be issued as a pane of twenty stamps. With this 2010 stamp, the U.S. Postal Service honors Kate Smith (1907-1986), the celebrated singer and entertainer whose signature song, “God Bless America”, has been called America’s unofficial national anthem. The stamp will go on sale May 1.

What is the stamp for the Olympics?

With this stamp featuring an illustration of a snowboarder, the Postal Service continues its tradition of honoring the spirit of athleticism and international unity inspired by the Olympic Games. The stamp will be issued Jan. 22 to coincide with the XXI Olympic Winter Games, which will be held Feb. 12-28 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.