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Does HEB Sell Stamps? 

If you live in Texas, the chances are that there’s a HEB store near you. If you need to buy stamps, you might wonder if you can get them from HEB. 

HEB does sell stamps, but you can’t buy them individually, only in booklets of 10, 20, 50, or 100. You can get stamps at HEB at the customer service desk or the cash register. 

In this article, I’ll tell you everything you need to know about buying stamps at HEB. 

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Can You Buy Stamps at HEB?

As one of Texas’s top ten largest supermarket chains, HEB is a popular choice for Texan grocery shoppers. HEB seems to sell everything you need but do they carry postage stamps? 

You can buy stamps at HEB, and they’re available in booklets. You probably won’t see them displayed, and you’ll need to ask your cashier or the customer service desk for some. 

Buying stamps at HEB can be incredibly convenient, especially if you consider that most HEB stores are open 24 hours. On the other hand, the USPS keeps regular business hours and doesn’t open on federal holidays. If you need to mail something, you don’t have stamps, and it’s after office hours, HEB is your best bet for stamps.  

Can You Buy Stamps Online at HEB?

If you usually shop for groceries online at HEB or use their “click and collect” feature, and you need stamps, can you add them to your cart? 

You can buy stamps online with HEB, but you’ll need to contact customer service to add them to your order as the online shopping portal doesn’t allow it. However, you might reconsider since you can also buy them online with the USPS and pay less. 

After considering the inconvenience of calling or messaging HEB to add stamps to your order, the delay, and the extra cost makes more sense to use the USPS. The USPS will mail your stamps to you, or you can purchase them online and print them immediately. 

If you don’t have a USPS branch near you and don’t want to order them online, you could always order them directly from your mail carrier. Simply ask your mail carrier for a mail-order form, complete it, and include a check for the USPS. Hand it to your mail carrier, and they will bring your stamps in the coming days. Alternatively, you can call 1800-STAMP-24 (1-800-782-6724) and order them over the phone. 

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What Stamps Can You Buy at HEB?

If you regularly visit your local post office, you might notice the wide range of stamp designs on offer. Is this also the case with HEB, or do they only sell Forever USA stamps? 

You can buy first-class stamps at HEB, and they come in booklets of 10, 20, 50, or 100. They generally only carry the plain-design Forever USA stamps, so you’ll need to go to your post office if you want something special. 

Are Stamps Expensive at HEB?

Now that I’ve explained that you can buy stamps at HEB, how much do they cost? 

Stamps are more expensive at HEB than at the USPS. However, if you hate standing in the long line at your post office just for stamps, it’s worth paying slightly more and getting them at HEB.   

However, if you only need to send one letter, you’ll be forced to buy a booklet of stamps at HEB. The good news is that buying stamps is never a waste of money, and since HEB sells Forever USA stamps, they’ll always be valid. 

What Are the Benefits of Buying Stamps at HEB?


Everyone needs stamps at some point, and if you live in Texas, what are the benefits of buying stamps at HEB? 

There are many benefits of buying stamps at HEB, including the fact that the store is usually always open. There are a total of 160 stores in Texas, and you can get your grocery shopping done at the same time. Additionally, there is a pleasant in-store experience. 

I’ll explain these benefits in more detail below: 

HEB Is Usually Always Open

Most HEB supermarkets are open 24 hours a day. However, the ones that aren’t usually open early in the morning and close late at night. 

If you have an urgent item to mail and it’s after USPS business hours, you can head to your local HEB store, buy some stamps, and send your item. 

HEB Has 160 Stores in Texas

HEB has a total of 160 stores in Texas, and there will likely be more stores opening soon. Although the USPS has far more branches in Texas, you probably have a HEB store near you because their goal is customer convenience. Convenience is a priority for most people, so having a store near you is helpful.

Get Your Grocery Shopping Done at the Same Time

Making a trip to the post office only for stamps can seem like a waste of time and gas. However, if you buy your stamps at HEB, you can do some grocery shopping at the same time. 

If your local HEB is one of the few stores with a gas station, you could fill your tank and then run in for a book of stamps. 

HEB also offers excellent pharmacy services, and if they handle your prescriptions, you can buy some stamps while you wait for the pharmacy to fill your prescription. 

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Shorter Lines

Most USPS branches open at 8:00 am or 8:30 am and close at 4:00 pm, giving their customers only eight hours to use their services. 

The short business hours and limited staff members in USPS branches mean they often have long lines. 

In contrast, HEB has many cash registers and self-checkout kiosks, and long lines are never usually a problem in their stores. 

If long lines are one of your pet hates, you’re better off buying stamps at HEB. 

More Pleasant, In-Store Experience

No one goes to the post office just for fun. Many USPS branches are small and cramped with plain decor, making it a dull, tedious, and lackluster experience. 

On the other hand, HEB offers spacious and airy stores with plenty to interest and inspire customers (even if this means they spend more). 

Final Thoughts

HEB sells stamps, but you can’t buy them individually as they sell in booklets of 10, 20, 50, or 100. HEB’s stamp prices are slightly higher than the USPS’s, but the extra cost could be worth it if it means you don’t have to stand in a long line at your post office.

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