The USPS is releasing a new lower denomination First Class Stamp in January which will be $0.40 cents.
You may like to add a few First Class stamps together to equal the postage due amount – currently 60 cents and soon to be 63 cents in January.
For example, look at this cutie! This new 40-cent stamp features the face of a red fox (Vulpes vulpes). Sold in panes of 20 and in self-adhesive coils of 3,000 and 10,000, the stamp is intended for use by bulk mailers for items such as circulars, newsletters and catalogs. It can also be used by customers who enjoy using a variety of stamps on their envelopes and packages.
You may consider placing denominations together to equal 60 cents, for example:
Learn about other new stamps planned for 2023 here.
Additionally, the USPS is releasing a NEW NP Stamp which will have a Patriotic design. The release date is TBC but it will likely be released in Q1 of 2023. Patriotic Block will be a new non-denominated, nonprofit-price stamp intended for bulk mailings by authorized nonprofit organizations and will be sold in self-adhesive coils of 3,000 and 10,000.
Once this Patriotic stamp is released, the USPS will offer BOTH this new Patriotic and the current Butterfly Garden Stamp for NP mailers.
This is great news as PS went directly to the USPS on behalf of our clients and NP mailers and asked them to bring back a Patriotic stamp so that nonprofits had more than just the Butterfly Garden option.
Stay tuned for Q1 when you should be able to choose the patriotic stamp in addition to the current Butterfly Garden Stamps.