Postage prices are rising — again — as inflation woes hit the US Postal Service’s budget

The price of postage is about to increase as the US Postal Service works to wrangle its cost of operations amid economic inflation.

Prices for some postage stamps will increase by about 4.2% — or a few cents per stamp — starting January 22, according to the US Postal Service.

The Forever stamp will increase from 60 to 63 cents, amounting to the third increase for the non-expiring stamp in the last year and a half, according to USPS data. In August 2021, the Forever stamp’s price rose from 55 to 58 cents, and it jumped again to 60 cents in July 2022, the data shows


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