Where Can I Buy Stamps In Missouri

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The United States Postal Service or USPS is in charge of sending and receiving mail within Missouri and if you need any service related to post and mail services you should be able to find one close to your location.

The USPS has streamlined postal services of late bringing in new certified resellers to join them. Their are now a number of outlets that serve as USPS resellers including leading retailers, pharmacies, bookstores, grocers and many more.

On top of this USPS has added online services as well for those who don't happen to live close enough to any of the stores mentioned below.

I have created these maps to find the closest store to where you are in Missouri. Simply enter your postcode or city into the text box below and hit enter and all the maps will show shops near your location.

Post Office:

With new stores popping up all the time in big towns and cities you may not know exactly where the closest USPS outlet is. Use the map below to help you find one that is close by.

Walmart:

With hundreds of stores dotted all around the state and country you can always pick up postage stamps next time you're at Walmart.

CVS:

A certified reseller of postage stamps CVS stores can be found in many towns and can sell you rolls of postage stamps.

Wells Fargo:

Not all banks offer postage stamps however some do so check your local branch and see if they have some available.

Buy Your Stamps Online:

If you're to busy working your 9 - 5 then order some stamps when you get home and have them sent to your door.

Missouri Specific Stamps:

If you are a stamp collector and are looking to add some stamps to your collection that are specific to Missouri have a look at some of the unique stamps available below:

About Missouri:

Missouri is a Mid Western land locked state of the United States of America with a land mass of 69,704 square miles with a population of around 6.0 million. This gives a density of 88.3 persons per square mile.

Nick named the “Show me State” for reasons better known to whomsoever named it so it has a very catching phrase as its motto “Let the welfare of the People be the Supreme law”.

Though it has no National Parks, it is home to many tourist attractions, some of them are drawing thousands of visitors annually, like the Saint Louis Zoo, Titanic Museum, Worlds of Fun the amusement theme park and the Missouri Botanical Garden just to name a few.

Four Missourians have been awarded the Nobel Prize among whom the most famous would be T.S Elliot for literature in the year 1948.

The 33rd President of the United States of America, Harry S. Truman is another very famous son of this state, along with actors like Ginger Rogers and Jane Wyman.

Boasting more than 6,000 caves and the only cave restaurant Missouri is a very picturesque place to live and also to visit, where you could see many interesting places which every outdoor connoisseur, would love.