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With the 2020 election around the corner and the pandemic still prominent in the country, voters are worried about mailing in their ballots and making sure their votes count. This month, the United States Postal Service implemented procedural changes that will involve slowing the delivery and capacity. Now, voters are eagerly looking to get ahead of the game and purchase stamps in preparation to mail their ballots. If you’re looking for stamps, here’s where you can get them.
Of course, you can purchase stamps directly from the USPS. Visit any local USPS store location to pick up stamps, or visit their official website where you can locate and select from a variety of stamps for whatever tickles your fancy.
If you’re closer to a United Parcel Service store (not a package center), you can look there for stamps, either by the book of 20 or individually. Plus, they sell already stamped envelopes for convenience.
Find your nearest Walmart, because they will most likely sell stamps. Stamps are typically located at their MoneyCenter, and usually carry books of twenty stamps. Their convenient locations around the US plus their extensive hours make getting there any time of day easy. If you can’t make it to a store, you can go on their website and choose from their wide selection of stamps.
While you’re out running errands (because the bank is definitely somewhere you’re going), stop by and ask for some stamps. Your bank’s hours may be limited, but if you’re already going, it doesn’t hurt to ask for stamps.
While maybe not every smaller-named local pharmacy will have stamps (but it doesn’t hurt to check them), bigger named pharmacies such as Rite Aid, Walgreens, and CVS are most likely to supply stamps. Their late hours are also helpful for those emergency purchases.
Office supply chains like Office Depot, Staples, and Office Max not only offer stamps for your mail, but they provide you with envelopes as well. These places are known for selling stationary goods, so if you’re running low; it doesn’t hurt to pick up both stamps and envelopes while you’re there.
Bigger chain grocery stores have a better chance of supplying stamps. Although not always physically on display, you will most likely need to ask a sales assistant for them.
Yes, you can. It’s no surprise that you can get stamps on Amazon; you can find almost anything on this e-commerce site. There’s a selection of different prints and quantities, but make sure you purchase them sooner rather than later, as not all stamps are eligible for Amazon Prime shipping.