Gone are those flinstonian days, where you had to rush into a post office to get the newly released postal stamps. Every time a new stamp was released, you had it at your disposal only after long hours of cooling your heels at the post office. The old connoisseurs of stamp collection will tell you that apart from writing missives to their lovers, reading classics, stamp collection formed a mammoth part of their memories. This inexpensive and interesting hobby has added with an ease with the passage of time, for the muddled philatelist as to where to buy stamps at myriad places other than the post office.
WHERE TO FIND STAMPS?
• Various grocery stores are selling stamps nowadays. Stores like Albertsons, Food4less, Food Lion, Copps, Farm Fresh Giant Eagle, Food City, Meijer, Walmart, are the stores where you can buy a maximum of 20 stamps.
• Not all the Gas Stations, but a few of them offer stamps. They are Quick Trip, 7-Elevan, Stinker Stors, Circle K. You can get a maximum of 20 stamps from these Gas Stations.
• Pharmacies like Bartell Drugs, Walgreens, and CVS also provide maximum 20 stamps.
• Banks are most obvious place after post office to buy stamps. These include Key Bank, Wells Fargo Bank , Fifth Third Bank and US Bank give single stamps. ATMs Machines (especially located in the West Coast) also sell stamps.
Other places as to where to buy stamps :You can also purchase stamps on Amazon and eBay. But Amazon sells stamps in bulk only. You can find even the rarest of the stamps available for sale on eBay.
Retailers of office supply like Office Depot, Staples and Office Max sell stamps also are a place to buy stamps. Wholesale club stores also sell stamps; viz. Costco, BJ’s wholesale club and Sam’s club.
If you are avid collector of British Stamps, you can find them easily Stanley Gibbons’s website.