Current Stamp Price

49 cents

How much is a stamp? What does a stamp cost? What are the current stamp prices?
On January 26, 2014 the price of a stamp increased 3 cents from 46 cents to 49 cents.

Letters1 (Stamped) Large Envelopes (Flats)2 Parcels3
Weight Not Over
(ounces)
  Weight Not Over
(ounces)
  Weight Not Over
(ounces)
 
1 $0.49 1 $0.98 1 $2.32
2 0.70 2 1.19 2 2.32
3 0.91 3 1.40 3 2.32
3.54 1.12 4 1.61 4 2.50
    5 1.82 5 2.68
Letters1 (Metered) 6 2.03 6 2.86
1 $0.48 7 2.24 7 3.04
2 0.69 8 2.45 8 3.22
3 0.90 9 2.66 9 3.40
3.54 1.11 10 2.87 10 3.58
    11 3.08 11 3.76
    12 3.29 12 3.84
Postcard5 $0.34 13 3.50 13 4.12
  1. Letters that meet one or more of the nonmachinable characteristics in DMM 101.1.2 are subject to the $0.21 nonmachinable surcharge.
  2. Large envelope-sized pieces that are rigid, nonrectangular, or not uniformly thick pay parcel prices.
  3. For keys and identification devices, add $0.83. If more than 13 ounces, see Priority Mail (footnote #4) on page 3.
  4. For weights over 3.5 ounces, see Large Envelopes prices.
  5. The card price applies to each single or double postcard when originally mailed; reply half of double postcard must be designed for reply mail purposes only.
  6. EDDM-Retail: Standard Mail EDDM Flats accepted at retail. See page 66 for postcard, letter, large envelope, and parcel dimensions.

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