As of March 2014, the postage for a letter sent via First Class International Mail from the United States to Alberta, Canada is $3.33. This postage covers one envelope that is no more than 15 inches long, 12 inches high and 0.75 inch thick with contents that are not worth more than $400.Continue Reading
The postage for sending a postcard from the United States to Alberta is $1.15 as of March 2014, assuming that the postcard is no more than 6 inches long and 4.25 inches high.
The U.S. Postal Service offers many other international mailing services. Global Express Guaranteed delivers a letter to Alberta in as little as one to three days, and the postage costs $51.50. A letter sent from the United States to Alberta via Priority Mail International takes six to 10 days to arrive, and postage costs $20.55.Learn more about Mail & Shipping
As of 2015, it costs between $1.00 to $3.75 to mail a first-class letter to France. The exact cost is depends on the weight of the letter in ounces. Mailing a postcard to France is also a similar price.Full Answer >
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It costs a minimum of $1.15 to send a postcard or standard letter from the United States to Scotland via First-Class Mail as of 2015. The complete cost may vary depending of the size, shape, weight and machinability of the letter.Full Answer >
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