How many forever stamps should you buy?

With the price of first-class letter stamps set to rise by a penny on May 12, Americans are loading up on forever stamps, which cost 41 cents but can be used from now until the end of time…or at least the end of the U.S. post office. According to the Associated Press, Americans are so eager for a deal they are buying forever stamps at the rate of 30 million a day.

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One Response to “How many forever stamps should you buy?”

  1. mph Says:

    So that’s about 0.1 stamp/day per capita, or 3 stamps/month per capita. That doesn’t seem like a lot–it’s well below what my wife and I go through, and we pay most bills online. Are people really stocking up, or just covering their normal use?

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