Where Can I Buy Stamps In New York

The USPS has brought its services to our neighborhoods and towns throughout New Yore by either opening their service outlets or commissioning pharmacies, bookstores, banks, retail chains and many others for the convenience of the residents in the State of New York. Bank of America, Rite Aid, Walmart, retail giant CVS are just some of the leading stakeholders in this very efficient distribution of services.

So if you are in the New York City or somewhere in New York State, and you need to use the services of USPS, just take a stroll down the street and you are likely to find a store that can help you out (or use the maps below to make your search even easier).

I have created these maps to find the closest store to where you are in New York. 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 thousands of local outlets chances are there is one nearby.


If you are looking for package supplies then Walmart offers everything you need.


As a certified seller of postage stamps your local CVS can sell you a roll of stamps.

Wells Fargo:

They are not the most reliable stamp resellers as not all branches offer them but as a last effort they can be a lifesaver.

Buy Your Stamps Online:

Every stamp you will ever need is now available online. Check out Amazon’s range below.

New York Specific Stamps:

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

Innovation in the USPS:

Postage stamps may only be little pieces of colorfully printed paper however their invention and use has allowed mail industries around the world to grow into huge, multi billion dollar industries.

Billions of postage stamps are prolifically used across the world in practically every country to ensure that shipping has been paid and that the package is ready for delivery to the recipients, wherever they may be.

Today all stamps have a value printed on it, in the currency of the issuing country and depending on how far and fast the package has to travel as well as the weight of the package all affects postage costs.

In the United States the responsibility of administering the nation’s mail system is held by The United States Postal Service or the USPS, the successor to the former United States Mail, which was initiated as far back as 1775.

Under the current system once mail is addressed and the appropriate value of postage stamp is attached, the rest of the grunt work is then down to the USPS. They handle everything else.

The USPS takes this responsibilities very seriously and with 625,113 dedicated men and women under their employ every piece of mail is well looked after.