Stamps are the simple way to pay for 1st Class, 2nd Class and international postage. Stamps are available in books, sheets and rolls from our online shop, from the Post Office® and other retail outlets. You can pay for all your regular 1st and 2nd Class and International Standard letters and parcels with stamps and Certificates of Posting are available on request when you post your mail from your local Post Office®.
- Portable postage: quick and easy to use
- Stamps can be bought online.
1st Class stamp
Letter - 63p
Large Letter - from 95p
Small Parcel - from £3.30
Medium Parcel - from £5.65
2nd Class stamp
Letter - 54p
Large Letter - from 74p
Small Parcel - from £2.80
Medium Parcel - from £4.89
For prices for specific weights and sizes, please use our Price Finder tool.
Royal Mail 1st Class and 2nd Class 1st Class 2nd Class Size Weight up to
Stamps Stamps Letter 100g 63p 54p Large Letter 100g 95p 74p 250g £1.26 £1.19 500g £1.68 £1.51 750g £2.42 £2.05 Small Parcel 1kg £3.30 £2.80 2kg £5.45 £2.80 Medium Parcel 1kg £5.65 £4.89 2kg £8.90 £4.89 5kg £15.85 £13.75 10kg £21.90 £20.25 20kg £33.40 £28.55 Inclusive
Prices are exempt from VAT.
You can buy stamps from our Online Shop:
- Stamp books
- 1st and 2nd Class stamp sheets
- Stamp rolls
Sheets of single value stamps such as 1p, 10p, £1
Collectible special issues
Stamps are also available from Royal Mail Direct on 03457 782 677.
Lines are open 8.30am to 5.00pm Monday to Friday
Post Office® Branch
Stamps are available at all Post Office® branches. Find your nearest Post Office®.
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Do stamps have an expiry date?
Stamps without a specified monetary value are described as Non Value Indicator (NVI) and are typically First and Second Class stamps. These do not have an expiry date, therefore can be used regardless of the length of time you've had them. Stamps with a monetary value also do not have an expiry date and can be combined to make up the value of postage required.Back to top
Where can I find out about postcodes?
The use of postcodes on your mail helps your item arrive at its destination as mail is sorted by using postcodes. To confirm a postcode please visit our Postcode Finder.Back to top
Can I send valuable items or money by 1st or 2nd Class?Back to top
Where can I post items?
If you do not need proof of postage your nearest Post Box® is the obvious choice. Alternatively, if your item is too large for the Post Box® you can visit any Post Office® where you can also secure a Certificate of Posting.
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