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insufficient information it deoends on how much the card weighs but probobly one stamp

Q: How much postage do you need for a 4 x 8 card?

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For flat paper items, postage goes by weight, not by size.

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It is the long set of big numbers running across the middle of the face of the card (usually divided into 4 blocks of 4 numbers).

You will need 200 cubic feet.

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For flat paper items, postage goes by weight, not by size.

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