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Canadapost.ca postage stamps

http://www.canadapost.ca/shop/clearance ... ution=e1s1

Pretty good deal until the end of the day, 50% off clearance plus an extra 10% off until the end of Cyber monday.

a mini-pane of 4 PERMANENT™ domestic rate Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee commemoratives;
a postage-paid postcard depicting all Queen Elizabeth II's stamps issued from 1993 to 2002, and;
a fact-filled booklet that recounts Canadian milestones during this ten-year period.

What they forget to mention is that they include a $2 bulk stamp in volume 5. Which means four permanent stamps, $2 bulk stamp, and a prepaid postcard for $3.76 (free shipping over $25)

If you just want permanent stamps and a prepaid postcard, they sell volumes 1,2,3,4 and 6.
A US nickel is worth more than 5 cents.
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Cold...comes out to 99cents/stamp. You can get some for 61cents with a few clicks on that site. :razz:
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I know they don't mention it in the desription, but in the picture at the bottom right (purplish with 1952) is a $2 stamp in addition to the four 61 cent equivalent stamps.

I have one of these and can confirm it does come with a $2 stamp.

http://www.canadapost.ca/shop/stamp-col ... ution=e1s1

But ONLY volume 5.
A US nickel is worth more than 5 cents.
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that's a great deal. basically 20% off stamps in you count the total value. $2 stamp not that useful though. can we trade these at the post office for regular stamps?
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I see free shipping regardless of the order amount..
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Thanks. Makes great gifts for foreign visitors.
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WhatADeal! wrote:
Nov 26th, 2012 2:16 pm
Thanks. Makes great gifts for foreign visitors.
you cheapo. ;)
aaa111 wrote:
Nov 26th, 2012 11:05 am
that's a great deal. basically 20% off stamps in you count the total value. $2 stamp not that useful though. can we trade these at the post office for regular stamps?
Good deal for Black Friday/Cyber Monday Deals ???
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Solid deal, going to pick up 20 or so.

Edit - tried buying 25 and am getting the full price. Not sure why

Double edit - turns out you can't use your business account or it turns your discount off
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Does Canada Post sell US stamps still? Where the heck do you buy those up here?
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i thought when i came in here it was going to say some deal on actual normal letter mail stamps lol i need some and would of stocked up haha
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aaa111 wrote:
Nov 26th, 2012 11:05 am
that's a great deal. basically 20% off stamps in you count the total value. $2 stamp not that useful though. can we trade these at the post office for regular stamps?
You can't trade them in, but you can add on to them if, for example, you wanted to ship an oversized package.
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I had no idea Canada Post delivered on a Sunday but received my order this afternoon. Amazing deal with the 50% + 10% off for Cyber Monday, especially for collectors. Got the whole set and a few extras + the souvenir folder.

Still 50% for people still interested. Thanks for posting.
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