Get a Discount on Stamps at the Grocery Store

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In case you haven’t heard, the USPS is planning to increase stamp prices. Again. While buying so-called ‘forever’ stamps that are good regardless of the going rate is a great way to save a bit on postage going forward, you can actually do even better by purchasing your stamps at a grocery store using a reward credit card.

For example, if you make your purchase with Blue Cash from Amex (apply), you’ll earn 5% cash back on your entire purchase, including stamps. It’s not much — just a shade over $0.02 per stamp — but it’s certainly better than nothing.

For all of the bellyaching over a $0.01 increase, a one or two cent discount is none too shabby. Especially if it saves you a trip to the Post Office!

And while we’re on the subject of stamps…

Why not hop on over to Stamps.com for a bunch of free postage and a free digital scale?

You can always cancel if you don’t like it.

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Published on February 14th, 2008 - Leave a Comment
Filed under: Credit Card Tips

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