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Cash in your Post Office savings stamps while you can

Jasmine Birtles 18th Feb 2011 3 Comments

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Have you got any Post Office savings stamps in a drawer or an old envelope somewhere? Pop down to your local Post Office and use them while you can.

The last date you can use them to pay for a service in a Post Office branch will be Monday 28th February 2011. After this date the money will always belong to you and a full cash refund will always be available but you won’t be able to use them for stamps, parcels, paying bills or other Post Office services.

The Post Office estimates that there is £1million worth of Savings Stamps still to be redeemed across the country. So if you’ve got some hanging about the house, use them now to pay a few bills or get the cash back. Hey, it’s free money!

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Elizabeth Fairgrieve
Elizabeth Fairgrieve
10 months ago

I have found £35 worth of around 30 year old saving stamps while clearing out. Can I still redeem these stamps and where do I send them?

lynn murphy
lynn murphy
4 years ago

where can I cash in my 1962 savings stamps?

Dianne Thorp
Dianne Thorp
3 years ago
Reply to  lynn murphy

Try Post Office Savings Team, 1 Future Walk, Chesterfield, S49 1PF

Jasmine Birtles

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