When did stamps go up to 42 cents?

Answer According to the United States Postal Service, in May 2008, first-class letter postage stamps increased to 42 cents per stamp from a previous increase to 41 cents in May 2007. The United States Pos... Read More »

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When did stamps go to 44 cents?

The cost for a first-class stamp increased 2 cents to 44 cents on May 11, 2009. The news was announced on February 10, 2009. It was the fourth year in a row that postage rates went up.References:Ho... Read More »

When were postage stamps 5 cents?

The U.S. Postal Service raised the price of stamps to 5 cents on Jan. 7, 1963. The price remained 5 cents for five years, until the price was increased by one cent on Jan. 7, 1968.Source:USPS: Dome... Read More »

When did stamps cost 3 cents?

Though 3-stamps are still being sold by the U.S. Postal Service, according to the Postal Regulatory Commission, a first-class stamp cost 3 cents on July 6, 1932. The rate went up to 4 cents on Augu... Read More »

When did postage rates go from 18 cents to 20 cents?

U.S. domestic postage rates went from 18 cents to 20 cents on November 1, 1981. The 18 cent rate was in place less than a year prior to the increase. The 20 cent rate stayed in effect for more than... Read More »