Where Can I Buy Stamps In Vermont

Group of stamps

It may be fashionable to use technology for everything we need today in the modern world but keeping our age old traditions which have been in our culture and lifestyle would be in our best interests as well as those of our children.

Leading banks like the Bank of America, the retail giant CVS, departmental stores Walmart with 4000 outlets spread far and wide across the United States, Walgreen, many leading pharmacies, grocers and many more small, medium and large businesses have started selling postage stamps. The public in Vermont now have the opportunity to buy stamps from a huge number of stores many of which are only a stones throw away. Look below and find a store that is close by.

I have created these maps to find the closest store to where you are in Vermont. 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:

Finding the closest USPS store has never been easier. Use the map below.


If you need some postage stamps then find a close Walmart.


If you are looking postage stamps then most pharmacies can help you out.

Wells Fargo:

Download the app and see if there are any ATM’s that dispense stamps nearby.

Buy Your Stamps Online:

Instead of having to deal with traffic why not just have a roll of stamps sent to your house.

Vermont Specific Stamps:

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

More About Stamps In Vermont:

Technology has made communication in the modern world faster and easier than ever but is it affecting our age old traditions. Sending and receiving letters has been part of our culture and lifestyle for centuries.

Technology over the last decade has cause a very obvious and drastic reduction in the number of letters sent to and from individuals throughout the country.

In the year 2010 the USPS processed and delivered a colossal 170.7 billion pieces of mail which has been dropping year by year and in 2016 the number had fallen to 154.2 billion pieces of mail.

Though the USPS recorded steady revenue during the years 2010 to 2016 it is the drop in the number of mail pieces that is alarming and as this number continues to drop the USPS might have to begin downsizing and reducing services offered to remain self sustaining.

Though the USPS has initiated some very prudent initiatives to try and change the situation for the better so far none of these measures has shown to be effective.

The USPS needs the public to step up if we want postal services to remain part of the fabric of American culture in the coming decades. It has survived the trials and tribulations of war, conflict, riots and much more throughout history however technology seems to be quickly becoming its biggest threat yet.

If you feel like letters should remain part of our daily lives you may need to take an active step in sending more letters. This year I will be sending Christmas cards to a number of friends, a tradition I have become too lazy to do the last few years. If we all make a little effort it will go a long way keeping the postage system alive and well in America.