Current Scott catalog price is 40 cents mint and 20 cents in very fine condition.
You can probably buy a mint one for 30 cents if you look around and a small dealer might well sell a used one for 15 cents.
The current rate for first class letters is 44 cents.
The current (Aug 2014) price of postage for a standard first-class letter is 49 cents. Check out the website of the United States Postal Service for a full rundown, including additional-ounce costs (see Related Links).
The price of a US postal service postcard stamp is 27 cents.
As of July 4, 2013, the current price of a United State Postal Service first class stamp is 46 cents. This price is good for a letter that weighs up to one ounce.
41 cents if the flag has a tan background and 42 cents if it has a bluish background according to the US Postal Service Customer Service Hotline.
This event occurred on Jan. 1, 1995.
To find the most current United State Postal Service (USPS) postage rates, one should visit the official website. As of June 2013, the current postage rate for 1 ounce is 46 cents.
Whenever the US Postal Service thinks it is losing money. The increases are usually 2 cents though, and seem to occur every couple years.
44 cents. You can buy them online at the U.S. Postal Service Web site
As of 2016, one standard forever stamp costs 49 cents.
The current First Class postage rate is 45 cents (since 22 January 2012).
Current price for a first -class stamp is 45 cents, as of 10/4/12.
In the U.S. Postal Stamps are 42 cents each
If you are mailing a letter by first-class mail in the United States, the price at this time (March of 2012) is 45 cents. You can cneck the Postal Service website for current prices, because they go up from time to time.
Yes. You should be able to buy one at any post office, or from the U.S. Postal Service web site.
Current postal rate is 44 cents for the first ounce or fraction thereof. (United States)
US postal postal stamps were 3 cents in 1944
Currently, the cost of a first-class United States Postal Service stamp is 46 cents. The forever stamps that the post office sells will always remain enough to send mail, even if the price of stamps goes up.
5 cents if you could ever find a buyer.