Magi stamps and Three Kings Day

December 30, 2014 

The United States Postal Service has honored Hispanic contributions to America since 1869 with the issuance of the first Hispanic-themed U.S. postage stamp.

This year, the Postal Service added the beautiful new Christmas Magi forever stamp to its holiday postage selection.

The Postal Service reminds customers to use the Christmas Magi stamps, depicting the three wise men bearing gifts, for Three Kings Day greetings, and to get Three Kings Day gifts delivered by January 6, use Priority Mail and Priority Express Mail.

At the Postal Service, the holiday season is our season!

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