Did you know the post office is selling stamps now for 41 cents that will continue to work after the rate goes up to 42 cents on May 12.
The cost of sending a first-class letter will rise by a penny, to 42 cents, on May 12. But the "forever" stamps -- currently selling for 41 cents -- will remain valid for full postage after the increase. The U.S. Postal Service estimates Americans are buying 30 million "forever" stamps a day.
Get some now and save yourself the hassle of dealing with the rate increase.