When do Postage stamps expire?
Ok i have these stamps that have the year/s 2007 and 2008 on them but no expiration date, can i still use the stamps?
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- 9 years agoBest Answer
As long as they haven't been adhered to a letter or package, postage stamps do not expire and are always worth the value printed on them.
The new forever stamp is valid for first class postage no matter what the rate. By concept, once purchased, a forever stamp is a perpetual stamp that never expires or declines in value.Source(s): USPS
- ClaireLv 44 years ago
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The only time US postage became unusable was at the start of the Civil War, when existing stamps were invalidated because the Confederacy had grabbed so many in federal post offices in southern states. This clerk was absolutely wrong, and you should have demanded to see a supervisor and filed a complaint I once tried to purchase a Metrocard for the NYC subway using a 50 cent pice that was a commenorative for something or other back in the Sixties and the clerk claimed not to recognize it as valid currency. I took his name and filed a complaint with the Transit Authority, and actually got an apologetic letter claiming the clerk would be given special training. (There is a famous letter sent out by Macy's department store to someone in Hawaii claiming they could not accept a mail order from there because they couldn't handle "Hawaiian money")
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- 5 years ago
The PERMANENT™ stamp, identified with the letter P in place of a value, is always accepted at the current domestic postage price.
One PERMANENT stamp can be used to send a letter that weighs up to 30 grams anywhere in Canada. More postage can be added to send larger letters, parcels or to send mail internationally.
- 9 years ago
Postage stamps do not expire, they will always be worth the value that is printed on them.
- 4 years ago
I have Christmas stamps from about 2012 can I still use them
- 6 years ago
until the U S POSTAL SERVICE crumbles