There was tax for me. $26.23 + $3.41 HST charged. Someone else below mentioned it as well. I've always been charged tax when buying stamps so it is still an excellent deal as you pay tax on stamps at regular price any way.
*Edit to add - if you are sending something outside of Canada and the fee is $5 or more it would be tax exempt. If you want to save on the tax in those cases, you would be better of not putting several of these stamps on as you've already been taxed on them.greenmoon wrote: ↑Oct 6th, 2014 4:38 pmAnyone need 90 P stamps? Yours at over 30% discount:
These stamps were released when the "face value" of a P stamp was 59 cents. And they are selling them at 18 sheets * 5 stamps each * 0.59 cents = $53.10 (plus tax, there is always tax). Current value of these would be 18 * 5 * 0.85 = $76.5.
These are the old fashioned, lickable stamps. And they are very pretty, too
Use one to send a regular letter within Canada, or use 3 of them to send a Christmas card to your pen friend in Fiji. Or stick a whole lot of them to send a parcel to wherever you want.
Never say never