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[Costco] Costco: 100 $.51 stamps for $49

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[Costco] Costco: 100 $.51 stamps for $49

Costco is selling a roll of 100 $.51 stamps for approx. $49 (plus change - can't remember exactly how much).
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Jono wrote:Costco is selling a roll of 100 $.51 stamps for approx. $49 (plus change - can't remember exactly how much).
haha, yeah, and you'll eb able to use 3 of them before they up the postage to $0.52 forcing people to get a roll of $0.01 stamps :P
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We've been using 20% gift cards to buy stamps at Staples for quite a while now. That's 20% off, or $10.20 off $51 rather than $2 off $51. You get 20% off the taxes too, and doesn't even have to be in 100 rolls. :)

Oh did i mention you can use for any Canada Post service or Xpresspost prepaid envelopes .. though they're changing their depots to Purolator soon so hopefully we can still buy our mailing supplies there.
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Its 49.75

Only a savings of 1.25 and you need to buy the roll of 100!

Much cheaper when Pharma Plus has the 10% off a booklet of 10.
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felix wrote:We've been using 20% gift cards to buy stamps at Staples for quite a while now. That's 20% off, or $10.20 off $51 rather than $2 off $51. You get 20% off the taxes too, and doesn't even have to be in 100 rolls. :)

Oh did i mention you can use for any Canada Post service or Xpresspost prepaid envelopes .. though they're changing their depots to Purolator soon so hopefully we can still buy our mailing supplies there.
Thanks for that tip. I never think of Staples for stamps.
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Free shipping and $20 off $200?
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You need a company number to use that.
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T3rry wrote:haha, yeah, and you'll eb able to use 3 of them before they up the postage to $0.52 forcing people to get a roll of $0.01 stamps :P
I still have 300+ 48 cents stamps ... :cry: and a bunch of 1 cent's of course.
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teknoluv wrote:I still have 300+ 48 cents stamps ... :cry: and a bunch of 1 cent's of course.
I am not sure but I have been using 49C stamps till now and never added the 1C or 2C to it and all my mail is delivered perfectly.. ;) .. :|
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ZeeTX wrote:I am not sure but I have been using 49C stamps till now and never added the 1C or 2C to it and all my mail is delivered perfectly.. ;) .. :|

This is a nice note ...
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Just a note, if you buy from Costco, you take the empty box to the cashier and she gives you the stamps, (she has them at the till) Just make sure she doesn't forget to give them to you. Almost had that happen to me, checked my receipt like always, seen the stamps on the receipt, and had to go ask for my stamps. Good thing I checked, caus, I live an hour and a half away, would have been pissed, if I got home without them. You also have to sign your receipt that you got them.
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Xtrema wrote:Free shipping and $20 off $200?
Hopefully they dont use any of the stamps for the shipping, hehe

One way to save 15% *tax in ontario* is to buy three 1 cent stamps at a time, get 51 of these and you have enough for mail in canada, and you didnt pay tax *since it rounds down*. Just a theory but I did this as a kid to buy 1 cent gummy candies. It worked, just annoyed the cashier.
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GerryDavid wrote:Hopefully they dont use any of the stamps for the shipping, hehe

One way to save 15% *tax in ontario* is to buy three 1 cent stamps at a time, get 51 of these and you have enough for mail in canada, and you didnt pay tax *since it rounds down*. Just a theory but I did this as a kid to buy 1 cent gummy candies. It worked, just annoyed the cashier.
ha..ha...and you won't have any room left to write the address.... :lol:
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