Can you use Forever stamps on extra postage cards?

Answer Forever stamps were created by the U.S. Postal Service to eliminate the need for one cent and two cent stamps during price changes. Always holding the current value of a single First Class Mail sta... Read More »

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Are forever stamps valid postage stamps?

Forever stamps are valid postage for domestic letters of up to one ounce. When used to send international letters, the postage value is the same as the current value of a standard First Class stamp... Read More »

Do I have to add additional postage to the Forever 42 cent stamps?

A Forever Stamp, regardless of the time or date purchased, will always cover the cost of a 1 oz. first class piece of mail. This includes the 42 cent Forever Stamp. You only need to include addit... Read More »

Can you still use Liberty Bell stamps without extra postage?

The Liberty Bell stamps issued by the United States Postal Service are known as "Forever Stamps." These stamps, sold at the standard stamp face value at the time of purchase, will equal the postage... Read More »

Are the Forever Liberty Bell stamps really forever?

The Forever Liberty Bell stamp was first issued in 2007 and has no denomination. According to the U.S. Postal Service, the stamp will always be valid for first-class postage that weighs 1 ounce or ... Read More »