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Old 02-11-08, 05:10 PM
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If you haven't bought them yet, you should consider investing in some Forever stamps before the price goes up again in May.
 



 
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Old 02-11-08, 05:12 PM
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those stamps I SWEAR are going up twice a year!
 

at least they have those forever stamps now.... not that it does me much good. I like buying the specialty stamps and using those.
(right now, I've got the disney stamps)
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It's pricey to mail just one letter! A 1 cent raise hardly seems helpful.

I avoid mailing anything if I possibly can. Thank gosh for being able to pay bils on the internet!
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Old 02-11-08, 07:02 PM
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We pay all of our bills online and hardly ever mail anything. I love email and electronic bill pay for those reasons. But mailing packages and cards is going to be pricier.
 
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I've even given up on real paper Christmas cards. The postal system is a total raquet.
 


I went to the UPS store today -- $43 bucks for 3 packages and only one needed a box and bubble. I sent them ground!!
 


Ugh!

I also found really pretty 33cent stamps in a drawer yesterday. I used two for an envelope to my mom for Vday. I wonder how much the post office makes on people like me who over pay on stamp postage!!
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