A typical book of stamps usually consists of 26 stamps. The price per stamp is about 0.4 cents per stamp.
It costs $5.00 for a package of 4 books from the post office.
The average price is about $0.04 per stamp, so it costs about $2.00- 3.00 to send a letter with expedited service from the United States to Canada via USPS First Class Mail International with a weight limit of 100 pounds and a length limit of 24 inches, depending on what part of the country you’re in and what kinds of items you’re sending as well as how far away your recipient is from you .
This is assuming that your letter weighs one ounce and you’re using a book of stamps. If you’re not, it will cost more to send the same letter via USPS First Class Mail International.
If you are sending an item under the weight requirement but over the length requirement then it will be considered “oversize” which means by default that your rates jump up about four times in price for whatever category your item falls under.
It costs $4 to send a package within North America if you are using USPS First Class Mail International with no weight limit or height restrictions.
The same package sent outside of North America will cost around $10-15 depending on which country it’s being sent to, how much the local currency is worth, and how far away you are from that country.
It costs around $4 to send a letter with USPS First Class Mail International from the United States to Canada if your letter has a weight limit of less than 16 ounces and a length limit of 16 inches.
If your letter weighs more than 16 ounces or is longer than 16 inches then it will cost more to send using USPS first class mail international because it will be considered “oversize.” If your package weighs 1 ounce but is 20 inches long then it will go as an “oversize” package which means by default that your rates jump up about four times in price for whatever category your item falls under.