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Purchase now from the Phillips Hall Post Office before the rate increase!
First Class letter postage is increasing 1 cent to $.46. 
Stamped envelopes are increasing 2 cents to $.58. 

The Phillips Hall Post Office has a supply of Forever books, coils and individual stamps that can be purchased at the current rate. 
We accept cash, checks, ID Express, Visa, MC and Discover.

All International mail will be $1.10 for the first ounce and the USPS will be issuing a Forever International stamp in a round design. This stamp hasn’t been issued yet.

Delivery confirmation will be FREE on Priority Mail and Parcel Post (now renamed Standard Post). The system at the Phillips Hall Post Office will automatically generate the Delivery Confirmation tracking number. You will need to retain the receipt that prints at the end of the transaction. This is where the number will be listed to track the package. You will not need to fill out the lime green Delivery Confirmation form unless you are sending your item as a First Class parcels or Media mail. Delivery Confirmation will cost $.90 on these services.

1/27/13 United States Postal Service Price Increases & Changes | 2 Comments |
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1/27/13 United States Postal Service Price Increases & Changes Comment from kwikoff on 01/16/2013
One bit missing from this article -- WHEN do the new rates go into effect?
1/27/13 United States Postal Service Price Increases Comment from kwikoff on 01/16/2013
OH -- it's in numbers at the head of the title -- I didn't read that as part of the article (looks like some kind of article id number)