Can you use three 37 cent stamps for a letter?
no, because for each letter, you can only use 1 stamp.
Yes, you certainly can in Canada, and most other countries. Postage paid is postage paid, regardless of the stamp denomination. Assuming, of course, that the stamp total is sufficient to cover the required postage.
Postage is 94 cents for up to one-ounce. You can buy a 94-cent stamp at the post office. Or you could use two 42-cent stamps , plus a 10-cent stamp, also available at the post office. If you have nothing but 42-cent stamps and do not want to go to the post offic,e you would have to use three of them, overpaying the postage.
Charlie put postage worth 1.29 on a package he sent to his sister He used only 16 cent and 7 cent stamps How many of each type of stamp did he use?
If you have a book of stamps purchased prior to the new increase are those stamps still okay to use or do you need to buy 2 cent stamps to go along with the 42 cent stamps?
I am guessing you want to mail a letter to some foreign location from the US. If so, the rate is now 98 cents. You can buy a 98-cent stamp at a post office. If all you have is "forever" stamps with the liberty bell on them , you would have to use three and overpay since they are worth 44 cents each . (10-cents stamps are also available at the post office and two…