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# How much is us postage for a square envelope?

# How much is postage for 5.25 x 5.25 square envelope?

Since the envelope is 5.25 X 5.25 inches square, the postage is .70 cents for first class. This rate is for an envelope that weighs .5 ounces. The postage may be higher de…pending on the weight of the envelope.

# How much is us postage for a 5.5 x 5.5 envelope?

Assuming you mean first class US mail: As of August 2012, the cost is regular US postage plus a "non-machinable surcharge" of $0.20. For example, a 1 oz letter would be $0.65 …instead of $0.45.

# Do square envelopes require more postage?

Yes, there's a non-machinable surcharge of 20 cents over regular postage.

# How much postage do you need to mail a 9 x 12 envelope from US to Canada?

$0.88 for under an ounce, $1.05 for between one and two ounces. Add $0.17 for each additional ounce.

# How much postage does it take for a 9x12 envelope?

For the first ounce it will be 88 cents. There is an additional charge for the larger size. Each additional ounce is 17 cents.

# How much postage for an A-9 envelope?

One first class stamp (depending on weight of course).

# How much postage do you need to mail 5 pages in an envelope?

two stamps at regular price.

# How much is us postage for a 6.25 x 6.25 square envelope?

Square Envelopes Square envelopes are subject to the $0.20 nonmachinable surcharge. As of May 11, 2009 a regular first class stamp is $0.44 so postage for a square envelo…pe is $0.64 Technically, the 6 1/4 x 6 1/4 size classifies the letter as a "Large Envelope" (smallest dimension > 6 1/8 inches), but since it is so close (1/8" !!) they may not enforce the higher Large Envelope rate. See the post office website for more information: http://pe.usps.com/text/dmm100/postage.htm

# How much to mail a square envelope?

As of August 3, 2010, the rate to mail a square envelope in the United States, domestic first class mail, was 64 cents.

# How much is 2 cent US postage envelope worth?

US Postage stamps from the last 50 or so years are pretty much worth their face value. In large quantities, dealers will buy them for 80 cents on the dollar. You would be bett…er off using them for postage, unless your really need cash. The US has not devalued their stamps since the Civil War, so any stamp issued can be used for postage..
Stamped evelopes are sllightly rarer than postage stamps, but not as many people collect them. They are referred to as "Back of the Book" items as they are listed in the catalogs behind the normal postage stamps. Selling or buying a single stamp is usually not worth the effort to a dealer unless they are of high value. They can make their profits on buying in bulk and selling them in smaller lots..
Older stamps may be worth a bit more. High value stamps, the half dollar and up values, are rarer and worth more. To maximize your profits in stamps, you need to fully identify the stamp, including knowing the catalog number, perferations, watermarks, condition and other factors. If you look it up in the catalog there is a price listed. That price is what a buyer should expect to pay a dealer for the stamp. If you are selling, you should consider yourself lucky if you get half that amount..
Look for special markings. Stamps on envelopes can be worth more, particularly with picture cancellations, First Day Cancellations and special locations..
Find a philatelist and ask for more information!

# How much postage is needed to mail a 9X6 envelope in the US?

Letters up to 6' 1/8' by 11' 1/2" that weight under 1 oz are $.45 cents to mail from US city to US city. Here is the link to the information: https://www.usps.com/send/first-…class.htm www.dailymischief.com

# How much postage do you need to mail a 5 X 5 inch envelope in the US?

To qualify for the First Class postage price for letters, a piece must be:Rectangular and have angular (90 degree) corners.At least 3- inches high x 5 inches long x .007 inch …thickNo more than 6-1/8 inches high x 11- inches long x 1/4 inch thick.Square letters (such as the popular "musical" greeting cards) are mailable, but do not fit well into mail processing equipment. Therefore, square mail-pieces are subject to a $0.20, non-machinable surcharge because their length/width ratio is less than 1:3. Example 1:A slightly flexible greeting card that measures 6-1/8" long x 6-1/8" high x 1/4" thick and weighs 1.5 ounces. Although it falls within letter-size standards, it does not meet the aspect ratio criterion (it is square and therefore has an aspect ratio of less than 1:3). The mail-piece is classified as a non machinable letter and the customer pays the 2-oz. letter price ($0.59) plus the $0.20 non machinable surcharge, for a total of $0.79. Example 2:A uniformly thick, slightly flexible musical greeting card that measures 6-1/4" long x 6-1/4" high x 1/4" thick and weighs 2 oz. It exceeds the maximum letter height of 6-1/8", but it meets the rectangular, uniform thickness, and flexibility criteria for a flat letter. The mail-piece is classified as a flat and the customer pays the 2-oz. flat price of $1.00.(see Large Envelopes - Qualifications & Prices for additional information)

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# How much Postage for 4 x 6 envelope?

Postage depends on the size and weight of the letter you are sending. USPS first-class mail stamps start at forty four cents for letters under two ounces.

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# How much postage for 3.7 oz envelope?

how much for a 3.7 oz letter

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# How much postage for 9x12 envelope?

$.78

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# How much postage do you need to mail a 6 by 8 inch envelope in the US?

A 6x8 inch padded envelope will require approximately $3.00 for up to 13 ounces. The USPS website offers the tools for all calculations based on weight and envelope dimens…ions