I mean... who even uses stamps anymore? The answer is actually a decent amount of people!

So that is why I am here to tell you that as of January 27th, the price of forever stamps are going to increase by five cents.

So don't you think it would be a wise decision to stock up on stamps now?

Why? Because forever stamps can be used anytime after you buy them even if the cost of stamps has increased. Back in 2007, 100 stamps cost $41 but soon, that quantity will cost $55. Do you see what I am getting at?

So here are where you can buy your stamps that has some of the best deals:

Any USPS location, major grocery stores or pharmacies are an automatic go to.

Plus keep in mind that various banks and officer suppliers actually sell booklets so you can buy in bulk before the price increase.

Walmart sell booklets of 20 stamps for just $10.00.

Costco sells stamps in sets of 100 for $49.75.

If you still are struggling to find a spot that you can purchase stamps near you, take a look at this finder tool where you can punch in your location and it will tell you the closest options.

You can also buy postage online at the USPS website and the stamps will actually be delivered right to you - that's what I'M talking about.

Another online option is Stamps.com which is a website where you can buy and print your stamps and shipping labels from home.

And of course we know that we can always count on Amazon. Head to the ultimate online store to purchase 100 stamps for $72.95 and 200 stamps for $117.95. (Keep in mind that this is just what I found when I searched but you may be able to find something for cheaper if you do some digging)

Now go get those stamps.

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