Get Your Stamps.

A First-Class Mail stamp will be 42¢. Customers can continue to use the Forever Stamps that they purchased prior to May 12 at 41¢, even after the price change. We will have 5 billion Forever Stamps in stock to meet increased demand before the price change. Forever Stamps are widely available through Post Offices, Contract Postal Units, consignment locations, Automated Postage Centers, vending, and at The Postal Store®. We also will have a 62¢ stamp available shortly after May 12 for 1-ounce nonmachinable First-Class Mail letters, such as square greeting cards.


 Consistent with The Postal Accountability and Enhancement Act, we will adjust our mailing services prices each May. By law, these prices can increase on average no more than the rate of inflation as measured by the Consumer Price Index. We plan to provide 90 days’ notice of the new prices each year, to help mailers prepare for the change.

  • Ever since email and the fact people no longer send as much snail-mail – how can you not expect it to go up to meet costs?

    We’re paying the price for using our wonderful technology!

    • Hmmm….

      What could we possibly do. If the volume is going down, and volume will go down more with every price increase.

      I think we could cut costs, hmmmmmmm?