Does Walgreens Sell Stamps?

Does Walgreens Sell Stamps?

Yes, Walgreens sells stamps in its stores, however, they do not sell stamps online.

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History Of Stamps

The birth of the modern postage stamp begins on May 6, 1840, when Britain issued its first stamp called the “Penny Black.”. It showed the head of the monarch of the time, Queen Victoria.

In 1837 Sir Rowland Hill, the British Postmaster General, introduced the new Post Office Reforms. The revolutionary ideas were that mail could go anywhere in the British Isles at the same rate – a penny for a half-ounce. The postage is paid by the sender not the person receiving the mail.  The payment was noted with a receipted placed on the outside of the letter, a stamp!

The new system of mail deliver became very popular and the concept of collecting a fee in advance spread quickly.  Soon other countries started using the pre-paid stamp system. The United States Post Office Department printed its first stamps, a 5-cent stamp picturing Benjamin Franklin in 1847.

Collecting Stamps

Stamp collecting was once the most popular hobby in the world. People from all walks of life collect stamps. Today, there are many new and exciting hobbies. However, stamp collecting is still popular. There is no limit to how a new stamp collection can be created. You can Join a stamp club to talk with other collectors and even trade stamps.

There is a lot of information available on online, as well as new stamps which are released regularly. Yet, you need to be careful about the information you find on the Internet. It’s best to deal with reputable stamp dealer who is happy to share their experience and knowledge with budding collectors.

About Walgreens

Walgreens was Founded in 1901 as a single drugstore. Today Walgreens is a care provider in communities around the United State. Walgreens was the first major drugstore chain to put prescriptions into child-resistant containers in the 1960s. Continuing its safety theme, in 2016 Walgreens was the first to offer safe medication disposal kiosks in its stores.

Walgreens is one of the largest drugstore chains in the U.S., with more than 8,200 stores in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. 

Walgreens is today continuing to build a seamless customer experience through its drugstores and digital businesses which include,,, and

Customer loyalty Program

Over 82 million Walgreens customers are active members of its Balance® Rewards loyalty program. They earn points by more than shopping. Points are rewarded for healthy activities such as exercising and immunizations.

In another effort to provide savings for America’s growing population of seniors and other Medicare beneficiaries, Walgreens is part of the preferred networks of nine national Medicare Part D plan sponsors and is in the networks of hundreds of other Medicare prescription drug plans.  Walgreens claims to be one of the most convenient and accessible resources for Medicare Part D information, offering free, personalized plan comparison reports online and at every store location, every day, to help beneficiaries evaluate the plans which might best meet their prescription drug needs.

Customers may save through the Walgreens Prescription Savings Club, which offers member discounts on more than 8,000 brand and generic medications. Walgreens pharmacy services include retail, specialty, medical facility and mail service.  Online and mobile services are also available. These services improve health outcomes and lower costs for payers including employers, managed care organizations, health systems, pharmacy benefit managers and the public sector.

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