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how many stamps for a 3.4oz envelope
As of 2016, a 2.5 ounce envelope it would cost 93 cents (one Forever stamp plus two extra ounces).
The amount of stamps needed for an envelope is determined by weight. Weigh your a4 envelope and you will know how much postage is needed.
At that size and weight, it would cost $2.20 (as of 2016).
It depends on tne weight of the envelope not the size.
I think you mean 9x12 envelope.
You would need one stamp on an envelope to send to Georgia from California.
Any US postage stamp is valid for Air Mail. It is important to mark the envelope correctly. And the stamps used must have a value on them, you cannot use Forever Stamps.
5 as of January 18, 2013.
42 cents (10/2008)
You only need one!
it depends where you send it to
You are not allowed to use the Forever Stamps for international mail. They are for domestic (inside the US) use only.
The postage from the US for an ordinary first class letter of 1 ounce or less is 98 cents You can buy a 98-cent stamps or use any combination of stamps whose total value is 98 cents of more. 2 forever stamps plus a 10-cent stamp would work.
For a 3.4oz envelope you will need to purchase 94 cents worth of stamps. If you go to a post office they will charge you 94 cents, place the stamps on it for you, and there is a drop box right there!
If it's a standard size envelope and weighs 30g or less, it costs $1.05. How many stamps that is depends on the value of the stamps. If it's bigger or heavier, it will cost more.
It is not a matter of how many but how much it costs. Which depends on the size, weight, type of carriage and destination.
For a regular letter, two.
$1.05 = Forever stamps are worth 45 cents each. so a little more than two of these stamps
At that weight, it would be classified as a large envelope, and postage would be $2.20 as of 2016.
Postage depends on which country you live in, how much the envelope and contents weigh, and where you are sending the envelope to. You'll need to include all that in your question to get the correct answer - or you could just go to your local postal website and get the answer from the experts...
i believe the most you need is 3.
enough $$ to equal $17.48
Only one if the envelope is of regular size and weight. 44 cents.