The United States Postal Service regularly raises its rates to account for inflation and increased costs. It raised postage rates 20 times during the 20th century. Since 2006, the USPS has raised the rate for all types o... More »

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The United States Postal Service regularly raises rates to account for inflation and increased costs, having raised it 20 times during the 20th century. Since 2006, the USPS has raised the rate for all types of mail almo... More »

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The U.S. postage rate for domestic First Class mail increased from 41 cents to 42 cents on May 12, 2008. That rate covers standard-size letters that weigh up to 1 ounce. The charge for additional ounces remained at 17 ce... More »

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As of 2015, the United States Postal Service charges between $1 and $4.50 to deliver a letter to the United Kingdom, depending on the weight of the letter. More »

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As of 2014, letters weighing 1 ounce or less that are sent to a destination within the United States cost 49 cents to send through the United States Postal Service. Postcards sent within the United States cost 34 cents t... More »

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The United States Postal Service regularly raises rates to account for inflation and increased costs, having raised it 20 times during the 20th century. Since 2006, the USPS has raised the rate for all types of mail almo... More »

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A first-class postage stamp in 1980 cost 15 cents, according to the United States Postal Service. This price was effective from May 29, 1978, until the rate increased to 18 cents on March 22, 1981. More »

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