This is a message from the Emergency Bee-roadcast System

Posted on February 10, 2009. Filed under: Uncategorized |

***This is NOT a test of the emergency Bee-roadcast System.  This is for real.***

According this article, the price of stamps will go up by two cents in May.

The U.S. Postal Service announced Tuesday that the price of a first-class stamp will rise to 44 cents on May 11.

That gives plenty of time to stock up on Forever Stamps, which will continue to sell at the current 42-cent rate until the increase occurs. They will remain valid in the future regardless of rate hikes.

While the new 44-cent rate covers the first ounce of first-class mail, the price for each additional ounce will remain unchanged at 17-cents.

I’m thinking that two cents won’t break anybody’s budget, but forgetting and having all of your bee-oo-tiful invites returned for insufficient postage would be… ugg, horrible.  So do take note!

***This concludes this Bee-roadcast System message.***

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