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Topic # 80097 26-Mar-2011 14:06
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i need to send a letter to the usa in a a4 envelope how many stamps do i need and should i use 20cent ones or 50cent ??

i wanna send it by air mail as there is a post pox 40sec walk up the road from my house

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  Reply # 452061 26-Mar-2011 14:11
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www.nzpost.co.nz is probably a far better place to visit if you want a quick, accurate reply.

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  Reply # 452636 28-Mar-2011 09:24
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I would use a combination of 20c and 50c otherwise you'll a) need to use heaps; or b) have to pay too much.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 452641 28-Mar-2011 09:35
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sbiddle: www.nzpost.co.nz is probably a far better place to visit if you want a quick, accurate reply.


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