Rate change approved by Postal Regulatory Commission
Higher stamp prices proposed by the United States Postal Service have won the endorsement of the Postal Regulatory Commission and will become effective April 26.
While the price of a first-class letter remains at 49¢, a second ounce will cost 22¢, up from 21¢ under the Feb. 24, 2014, order.
The rate for postcards will increase to 35¢, from 34¢.
The price for a first-class one-ounce letter to foreign countries will increase by 5¢, to $1.20.
Non-machinable foreign single-piece first-class mail will increase to $1.42 and postcards will increase to $1.20 each.
Related posts on Linns.com:
- USPS to hold Priority Mail, Express Mail rates steady
- Calculation error gives magazines a break on postal rates
Keep up with all of Linns.com's news and insights by signing up for our free eNewsletters, liking us on Facebook, and following us on Twitter.
MORE RELATED ARTICLES
AuctionsJun 2, 2023, 1 PM
Berman collection of outstanding U.S. stamps in June 22 Siegel auction
US StampsJun 1, 2023, 5 PM
The problem of multiple certificates that don’t agree
World StampsJun 1, 2023, 12 PM
What’s new for 2024 Scott Standard Volume 3?
US StampsMay 31, 2023, 10 PM
Postal Service finalizes 2023 U.S. stamp program