Public acceptance of the Forever Stamp (Liberty Bell), first issued in 2007, has been so successful that the U.S. Postal Service has decided that all future one-ounce, commemorative first-class postage stamps will be "forever" stamps. The Postal Service is meeting the needs of customers who appreciate the convenience of knowing when they buy stamps, they'll be good forever. Customers want to buy stamps and not have to worry about future price changes; now there is no need to purchase make-up stamps when prices change.
The Forever Stamp first went on sale in April 2007. Since then, 28 billion Forever Stamps have been sold. Starting January 22, all new first-class mail commemorative stamps will be . . .
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