What is the cost of u.s. stamps?

Answer A U.S. postal stamp costs 44 cents as of May 2010. This postage is good for a first-class letter than weighs an ounce or less. It is important to note that this price periodically increases, though... Read More »

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How much did stamps cost in 1991?

A first-class United States stamp cost 29 cents for the better part of 1991. At the start of the year, a stamp was 25 cents, but the price was increased to 29 cents on February 3, 1991. The price r... Read More »

How much do postcard stamps cost?

According to the U.S. Postal Service, a postcard stamp costs 28 cents, as of May 2010. The postcard must be a minimum of 3.5 inches by 5 inches, a maximum of 6 inches by 4.25 inches, and 0.007 inch... Read More »

How much did stamps cost in the 1920s?

The price for U.S. postage stamps in the 1920s ranged from 1-cent stamps, like those featuring George Washington or Benjamin Franklin, to the 50-cent stamp of the Arlington Memorial Amphitheater is... 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 »