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Stamp Question

Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by PitBull, Feb 9, 2009.

  1. PitBull

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    I have a stamp I got a couple months ago, before they went up in price. It has no pricing on it - can I still use it without problem, or do I have to get the lesser stamps to bring it up to value?
     
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    stamps went up?
     
  3. PitBull

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    I thought they had not long ago.
     
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    up to $.54
     
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    Last pack of stamps I bought had no value on them and claimed to be good for a number of years even if the cost went up. I haven't had any issues using them.
     
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    Use two of them. It'll save you a trip to buy more, and it's only $0.50... :shrug:
     
  7. PitBull

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    I don't have two... I didn't have to drive somewhere to pick up more. I'll ask around here at work too - someone's bound to mail more than I do.
     
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    stamps do not go to 54 until Feb 23
     
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    they were supposed to at the begining of January but for some reason didn't
     
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    but I never mail anything so what do I know
     
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    Is there a "P" instead of a value?


    The PERMANENT™ stamp, identified with the letter P in place of a value, is always accepted at the current domestic postage price. So if you buy a PERMANENT stamp today, you can still use it in at any time in the future – no more 1 cent stamps when the postal rates increase.

    Self-adhesive PERMANENT stamps are available in booklets and in coils of 100 stamps. One stamp can be used to mail a letter up to 30 grams anywhere in Canada, or more postage can be added to mail larger letters or parcels, or to send mail internationally.
     
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    hmm, our machine is already updated to .54. Maybe they went sooner then stamps?
     
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    maybe scammers
     
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    ha, just went to post that.
     

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