Does CVS Sell Stamps? (Types, Prices + More)

If you are in a rush to grab some stamps quickly but want to avoid the long post office queue, you can consider buying them at your regular grocery, drug, or convenience store.

And since CVS, along with its pharmaceutical services, also offers its customers a wide range of everyday staples at its stores, you might be wondering if CVS sells stamps too.

Does CVS Sell Stamps?

CVS does sell a wide range of postal stamps in the form of a booklet of 20 stamps at the cost of $12. Customers can find them at the cashier’s counter at any CVS in-store location. Note, that CVS does not sell stamps online.

If you are interested in knowing more about the types, and cost of stamps sold at CVS, the alternatives available, and much more, keep on reading!

What Type Of Stamps Are Available At CVS?

CVS currently only sells First-class stamps that are enough to post a 1-ounce standard letter (also known as Forever stamps) at all their store locations.

These stamps can only be bought in a booklet of 20, as CVS does not sell individual stamps. Also, note that CVS only carries stamps of general designs such as the US flag or other similar generic symbols.

So if you are planning to buy a variety of stamps in multiple denominations and in different designs corresponding to different occasions and seasons, you should consider visiting your post office instead.

How Much Do Stamps At CVS Cost?

CVS sells stamps at the same price as the US post office, which is around $12 per booklet. Since the face value for a single Forever stamp is 0.63 cents, buying them in a booklet of 20 can save you up to 60 cents overall.

Additionally, as the name suggests, Forever stamps do not decrease in value over time even if postage prices rise and so purchasing them in a booklet of 20 might still be a reasonable choice if you don’t use stamps as regularly.

Where Can I Find Stamps At CVS?

Customers at CVS can find stamps at the checkout counter. Most CVS keep its stamp booklets in the cash register drawer so that they are readily available when asked for.

The next time you are at CVS, you can just ask the cashier for the booklet and they should be able to hand you one instantly without any inconvenience.

Does CVS Sell Stamps Online?

Does CVS Sell Stamps Online?

Unfortunately, no. CVS does not sell stamps via its website. However, customers can buy stamps at any of CVS’s 9,600 in-store locations nationwide.

Can You Use ‘ExtraBucks’ Reward Points To Purchase Stamps At CVS?

CVS has a customer loyalty program called “ExtraCare” that allows regular customers to benefit from discounts and rewards at purchases made.

However, the CVS ‘ExtraBucks’ program has a few exceptions when it comes to receiving discounts on purchases, these include shopping for:

  • Prescriptions
  • Gift cards
  • Lotteries
  • Alcohol
  • Money orders
  • Prepaid cards
  • And postage stamps.

What Should I Do If My CVS Doesn’t Sell Stamps?

Usually, all CVS stores sell stamps in stores around the year. However, in case your local CVS has run out of stamps and has not restocked yet or they do not sell stamps regularly, you can speak to a customer care representative and ask them about their postage stamp selling policies.

If they might restock soon, they can let you know about the time of availability or guide you to the closest store that sells them.

Even though this rarely might be an issue, you can still consider calling your local CVS before visiting to check for the availability of stamps in-store. (click here to locate and contact your nearest CVS pharmacy.)

What Other Alternative Stores Sell Stamps?

Besides CVS, several other drugs, convenience, and grocery stores also sell postage stamps, including:


CVS does indeed sell First-class or Forever stamps at all of their 9,600 locations nationwide, with the exception of (CVS does not sell stamps online). Stamps are available at the checkout counter in a booklet of 20 that costs the same as the stamps sold at the US postal services, which is around 10$ and cannot be redeemed with CVS ‘ExtraBuck’ credits.

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Marques Thomas

Marques Thomas graduated with a MBA in 2011. Since then, Marques has worked in the retail and consumer service industry as a manager, advisor, and marketer. Marques is also the head writer and founder of

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