marinemom24 answered Friday January 28 2011, 8:45 am: Your best bet is to go to the post office and have them weigh it. Alot of post offices have a machine as well where you can weigh and purchase postage without having to wait in the postal window line. The weight of the envelope is going to determine how much the postage will be. You don't want to waste postage by putting too many stamps on the envelope and you don't want to put too little postage and take the risk of having the envelope returned. Hope this helps. [ marinemom24's advice column | Ask marinemom24 A Question ]
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