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For specific information use theUSPS Link: http://www.usps.com/tools/calculatepostage/welcome.htm?from=global&page=0061calculatepostageIn general, you can mail any envelope up to 11x15 to qualify for first class postage, you then are charged by weight.In general, up to 8 sheets of 8.5x11 paper including envelope will require 2 stamps, 9-15 3 stamps.

8 pounds 4 ounces

To convert from ounces to pounds, divide the ounces by 16.

81 ounces. 5 pounds is equivalent to just 80 ounces.

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For an envelope that weighs 5 ounces, you would need 5 Forever stamps. Forever stamps are typically for 1-ounce letters, so you would need to use multiple stamps to cover the additional weight.

If it weighs up to one ounce and is rigid and not extra thick you can mail it for 88 cents ( two first-class stamps). If it weighs 2 ounces the cost is $1.08. If it heavier or thicker, it will cost more.

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As of June 10, one ounce of first class mail is 44¢. Every additional ounce is 20¢. So, a six ounce envelope would cost $1.44 to mail, or four forever stamps.

The first ounce or less: 44 centsMore than one ounce but not over 2 ounces: 61 centsMore than two ounces but not over 3 ounces: 78 centsMore than three ounces but not over 3.5 ounces: 95 centsIf over 3.5 ounces, the letter is subject to the large envelope rate.As you letter weighs 4 ounces, but less than 5 ounces, it is subject to the large envelope rate. The large envelop rate for four ounces is $1.39. Which means you will need to use 4 forever stamps (44 cent stamps).

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 depending on the weight of the envelope.

That depends on what it weighs and where it's going ... not so much on its size. (It could also be related to the denomination of the stamps.)

For a 6.3 ounce envelope, you would need to use 2 first-class stamps. Each stamp covers up to 1 ounce, so you would need a total of 2 stamps for a 6.3 ounce envelope.

The number of stamps needed for an envelope depends on the weight and destination. The weight limit for a standard USPS First-Class Mail envelope is 3.5 ounces. For an envelope weighing 12 lbs, you would need to use a different shipping method, such as USPS Priority Mail or USPS Priority Mail Express. The specific number of stamps required can be calculated using the USPS postage rate calculator or by visiting your local post office.

If you envelope weighs less than one ounce, it will take one forever stamp or one current first class stamp. If the letter and envelope weigh more than one ounce, the number of stamps will depend on the weight and the denomination of the stamps.

my package weighs 336 grams. how much to mail to oregon printed material

One, they print it out at the post office for how much you need (this week).