Australia Post basic postage price rise - are you eligible for a concession?

The cost of basic postage rose from 60 to 70 cents on 1st April 2014. There are concessions available to the following concession card holders...

Australia Post basic postage price rise - are you eligible for a concession?

Australia Post basic postage price rise - are you eligible for a concession?

Released: 03-Apr-2014

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The cost of basic postage rose from 60 to 70 cents on 1st April 2014. There are concessions available to the following concession card holders:

  • Pensioner Concession Card 
  • Health Care Card
  • Commonwealth Seniors Health Card
  • Department of Veterans’ Affairs Card
  • Veterans’ Repatriation Health Card








To obtain a concession eligible customers will first need to complete a MyPost Card application form and return it to a post office. At the same time you will also be required to show your valid government concession card for confirmation of your eligibility. You should receive a free booklet of 5 stamps along with your MyPost card in the mail within 14 days. In order to purchase concession stamps you will need to show your MyPost card.

Please note that there is a limit of 50 stamps at a concession price per year, per eligible customer. Click on the following link to access a copy of the MyPost Concession account form which you can print out.

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