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[Canada Post] Permanent stamps - collector's pack 28% off current value

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azn_riceboi wrote:
May 15th, 2014 11:36 pm
how does one apply the non-sticky stamp to a letter? glue stick acceptable?
If you are referring to the cut-out sticker stamps that are hard to peel, yes I think a glue stick would be acceptable. Some people suggest bending the corner back and forth and it should peel easily. Or I used a box cutter to get in between the two layers.
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adeel wrote:
May 15th, 2014 11:41 pm
are the stamps easy enough to use?

dont want to buy a bunch of stamps that i cant use to mail stuff
They're stamps, not rocket appliances.
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Thrasher wrote:
May 16th, 2014 12:11 am
If you are referring to the cut-out sticker stamps that are hard to peel, yes I think a glue stick would be acceptable. Some people suggest bending the corner back and forth and it should peel easily. Or I used a box cutter to get in between the two layers.
after you use glue stick - Canada Post will send you - your letter back claiming you are re-using stamps...(even stamps never been used) and have to put new stamps again...
"with - (non-stickers) which need to be split into single stamps and licked (watered) before using them on an envelope..." if you using glue stick... Canada Post could return your letter claiming you are re-using stamps... hope this helps...
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batye wrote:
May 16th, 2014 12:44 am
after you use glue stick - Canada Post will send you - your letter back claiming you are re-using stamps...(even stamps never been used) and have to put new stamps again...
"with - (non-stickers) which need to be split into single stamps and licked (watered) before using them on an envelope..." if you using glue stick... Canada Post could return your letter claiming you are re-using stamps... hope this helps...
I suppose that is possible, so if you are a business and are mailing out hundreds of items at a time, I wouldn't use a glue stick. For mailing 1 or 2 letters at a time, the chances are slim to none that Canada Post would return these to you.
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in for two. Thanks OP

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I have had to on a couple of occasions move a peel-n-stick stamp to another envelope [mis-addressed, forgot a page and already sealed envelope, etc]. I use a thin layer of paper rubber cement (both surfaces) - leaves no trace; none were returned. I have also heard that some posties "rescue" unused (not canceled) stamps from dead letters on their way to the shredder.
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JoDanrfd wrote:
May 16th, 2014 1:48 am
I have had to on a couple of occasions move a peel-n-stick stamp to another envelope [mis-addressed, forgot a page and already sealed envelope, etc]. I use a thin layer of paper rubber cement (both surfaces) - leaves no trace; none were returned. I have also heard that some posties "rescue" unused (not canceled) stamps from dead letters on their way to the shredder.
That would hardly seem worthwhile in the past. Maybe at current high pricing though...
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Russell wrote:
May 16th, 2014 12:43 am
They're stamps, not rocket appliances.
Rocket appliances would be no use to him. He said he wants "to mail stuff". :)
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May 16th, 2014 1:42 am
in for two. Thanks OP

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Thanks OP, in for 5, thus the porom code seems expired.
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Bought 5. Thanks op. Interesting but the max you can buy per day is 5. I wanted to buy 10.
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I send lots of parcels to the states and international, can I use 5-6 of these together to make up the postage?
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in for 4 more :) I ship to the US often, so now I can just use these stamps
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bought another 4 packs. wonder what is the current inventory left.

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