The USPS is intertwined into the fabric of our great nation and the 625,113 men and women who serve it have sometimes stepped beyond their call of duty to help the community that they so earnestly serve.
The USPS initiated a very enthusiastic service program to ensure that every citizen and visitor in the United States has easy and convenient access to their services. One of the most important aspects of this is ensuring the availability of postage services close to the people even in rural areas.
To achieve optimum service coverage the USPS roped in leading banks, prominent among them the Bank of America, large retail chains Walmart, Walgreen, CVS and many other smaller players to this system whereby the public can buy a simple postage stamp at any of the above businesses.
I have created these maps to find the closest store to where you are in Texas. Simply enter your postcode or city into the text box below and hit enter and all the maps will show shops near your location.
A lot of the time there is a USPS store nearby where you can buy stamps.
Walmart has everything you need to send a package.
Most people don’t think of pharmacies when they are looking for postage stamps but most bug chains do offer them.
Some ATM’s have started dispensing stamps as well as cash. Most banks have apps which show you where this is available.
Buy Your Stamps Online:
If you can’t find any of the above stores to buy stamps why not just buy through Amazon.
Texas Specific Stamps:
If you are a stamp collector and are looking to add some stamps to your collection that are specific to Texas have a look at some of the unique stamps available below:
Texas And The USPS:
The United States Postal Service or USPS lays claim to numerous trademarks protecting many facets of their business and service to the public. Among all of these the most iconic and well know is the prominent “Eagle Logo”. The sheer number of Eagle logos throughout the US shows just how many USPS stores there are throughout the country.
Delivering mail is not the easiest job in the world and managing the processing and delivery of 154.2 billion pieces of mail is a monumental task. And it's not just the sheer number of packages that makes the job difficult. Last year over 6000 men and women of the USPS were attacked by dogs in 2,743 cities due to the carelessness of its owners.