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New: Inflation-adjusted postage rates, in 2008 dollars.
Added 9/5/2015: The current postage rates are listed on the USPS web site. Beginning Sunday [4/10/2016], the price of a first-class stamp drops two cents, to 47 cents.This mandatory action will worsen the Postal Service's financial condition by reducing revenue and increasing its net losses by approximately $2 billion per year.USPS Will Cut Postage Rates This Weekend, Isn't Happy About It. The price cut came from the government entity that regulates the postal service, the logically named Postal Regulatory Commission. Postal Service will reduce postage rates for regular mail — for the first time in 97 years. Timeline of Significant Dates in Post Office History.On January 10, 1999, however, a one cent charge for the card itself was implemented, in addition to the postage.Updated 5/29/2010: A reader by the name of Rob Haeseler sent in a correction: The second line of the chart above was in error, and instead of March 3, 1883, the effective date for the two-cent rate was October 1, 1883.
Hearing no objections, the table has been modified accordingly.
ZIP is an acronym for Zone Improvement Plan, according to Unicover.
Information about the most recent (proposed) increase came from the Exigent Price Filing FAQ page Information about "A" through "H" stamps came from the US Postal Rate Commission.
The biggest news is that First-class mail will go down by two cents.
The postage rate reductions affect letters, large envelopes or flats, and postcards.
Forced Price Reduction to Worsen USPS Financial Condition by $2 Billion Per Year.