SingPost offers festive postage rates for Chinese New Year between 26 January 2018 and 17 February 2018

Anniversaries, Communication, Holidays — By on January 19, 2018 at 6:30 AM


Singapore, 19 January 2018 – Singapore Post Limited (SingPost) is offering festive postage rates for Chinese New Year. The rates will be applicable for stamped and franked greeting cards posted between 26 January 2018 and 17 February 2018.

With SingPost’s festive rate of 70 cents for greeting cards (weighing up to 40 grams) sent to countries beyond Malaysia and Brunei, customers may save as much as 65 per cent on postage. Postage rates for greeting cards to Malaysia and Brunei will remain unchanged at 50 cents (weighing up to 20 grams) and 70 cents (weighing up to 50 grams).

The festive postage rates for non-standard size greeting cards sent to a local address is 30 cents (weighing up to 20 grams) and 37 cents (weighing up to 40 grams), reduced from the regular postage rate of 60 cents.

Please refer to Appendix for details on the festive postage rates.

Customers can purchase stamps for their greeting cards at all post offices, the Philatelic Store @ GPO, Self-Automated Machines (SAM), postal agents and stamp vendors located islandwide.

About Singapore Post Limited

For over 150 years, Singapore Post (SingPost), as the country’s postal service provider, has been delivering trusted and reliable services to homes and businesses in Singapore.

Today, SingPost is pioneering and leading in eCommerce logistics as well as providing innovative mail and logistics solutions in Singapore and around the world, with operations in 19 markets.

Building on its trusted communications through domestic and international postal services, SingPost is taking the lead in end-to-end integrated and digital mail solutions. The suite of SingPost eCommerce logistics solutions includes front end web management, warehousing and fulfilment, last mile delivery and international freight forwarding.

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