A forever stamp is a stamp that is valued (sold and cancelled) at the current local letter rate of postage. For example, if the current cost of local postage is 50 cents, the forever stamp is valued at 50 cents. If the price of postage rises (or miraculously, falls) the value of the forever stamp would be the new value. The forever stamp is forever valued at that rate.
So, before the price goes up, buy a lot of forever stamps and you will save money. Forever stamps also save having to use 1 or 2 cent stamps to cover the postage increase. Saves you and the post office time and money.
No, it is not a Forever Stamp.
It says Forever on it.
Yes, that is the reason it is a 'Forever' stamp.
No, they do not have a price printed on them. They will say FOREVER somewhere on the stamp.
It has the word Forever on it.
Yes, that is why it is a Forever stamp. It will FOREVER be worth the cost of an ounce of 1rst class mail.
It is a forever stamp. It is good for the current value of a first class stamp.
depends on the current rate of a stamp. The forever stamp stays at the current rate forever.
today, 1 envelope + 5 sheets of paper + the stamp = forever stamp
Yes, you can ... forever ...
A first-class stamp is not the same as a forever stamp. A forever stamp holds the value of a first-class stamp regardless of how often the rate for first-class postage has increased. A first-class stamp only holds its face value.
Yes, you can use a Forever stamp on a postcard, but it's overpaying for postage.