The forever stamp rate has been at 55 cents since Jan. 27, 2019. The price will hold steady even as other postage rates increase by up to 1.8% in late January 2021. "The Postal Service has some of the lowest letter-mail postage rates in the industrialized world and continues to offer a great value in shipping," the agency says in a news release.Does a forever stamp have price on it?
Forever stamps don't have a dollar amount printed on them. Instead, they're worth whatever the first-class postage rate for a one-ounce envelope is on any given day. To find out what that amount is, check the USPS website for the current first-class postage rate.Can you still Buy Forever stamps?
In 2011, almost all stamps sold by the USPS became Forever Stamps. You can only buy first-class stamps with their value stamped on them if you purchase in bulk coils of at least 500 stamps. This switch-over is generally good news for people who enter mail-in sweepstakes.Can you use forever stamps for international postage?
Customers can use Forever Stamps for international mail, but since all international prices are higher than domestic prices, customers will need to attach additional postage. The value of the Forever Stamp is the domestic First-Class Mail letter price in effect on the day of use.