What is a my post concession account?
If you're a Federal Government concession card holder, you could also receive a reduced rate on stamps and other offers, with a MyPost Concession Account. These are the cards that qualify: Pensioner Concession Card. Health Care Card (all types) Veterans' Repatriation Health Card. via
What counts as concession in Australia?
Concession* is defined as one of the following:
Seniors and Australian Health Care Card Holders who hold one of the following: Blue Government Card or White Senior Card. Pension Card. via
Do pensioners get a discount on stamps?
This concession assists seniors to downsize to more suitable homes as they get older. Queensland, New South Wales, South Australia and Western Australia do not currently offer a seniors-specific stamp duty concession, although WA does have a general concession for off-the-plan apartments (as at 20 April 2020). via
Who is Eligible for concessions?
NSW/ACT secondary students (aged 16 and over) NSW Apprentices and trainees. Tertiary and TAFE students. Centrelink customers. via
Can you still use 60c stamps?
So, old stamps (as long as they have not been used) can be used for their face value at any time for postage. They seemed surprised that I posted dvd's in envelopes with 2x 60c stamps. They said that they would be rejected because they were not documents yet I've sent heaps of dvd's and bluray's and never had an issue. via
How do stamps Work Australia?
These stamps are suitable for use posting mail within Australia. Each $1.10 stamp can be used to post small letters and postcards, measuring up to 130 x 240 x 5 mm and weighing up to 250 g. You can use 2 stamps to mail a large letter measuring up to 260 x 360 x 20 mm and weighing less than 125 g. via
What is a concession movie ticket?
Concession prices apply if you are a child under the age of 18, an Australian full time student, an Australian Pensioner, are a member of FBi Radio, or a member of Sydney Theatre Company. Proof of concession/membership must be provided at the time of collecting tickets. via
What is a concession fee?
Concession Fee means the fee established by a third party concessions contract, which the Concessionaire must pay to Casitas for operation of the concession. The fee is assessed as a percentage of the gross receipts. via
What age is a concession?
People over 60 are offered concessions regardless of their ability to pay and even when they are below the state pension age, according to the Intergenerational Foundation (IF), a charity that researched 35 of the UK's leading attractions' ticketing policies. via
How can I get free stamps? (video)
How much does a postage stamp cost now?
rate for postage purchased at the Post Office will remain at $0.55 (no change from 2020). Each additional ounce for a First Class Mail letter will cost $0.20, a five cent increase from 2020. via
How much is a standard stamp in Australia?
The cost of sending a letter by regular mail has increased from 70 cents to $1, though concession cardholders can still access stamps for 60 cents. Australia Post spokesperson Michelle Skehan said the changes come after the number of stamp letters fell by more than 10 per cent last year. via
What is a concession person?
If you make a concession to someone, you agree to let them do or have something, especially in order to end an argument or conflict. The King made major concessions to end the confrontation with his people. via
What does a concession card do?
Concessions make travel on participating NSW transport services more affordable and easier to access. Transport for NSW (TfNSW) provides travel subsidies for students and other concession holders, including pensioners, seniors and war widowers. School Student Transport Scheme has been replaced by the School Opal Card. via
How long do concession cards last?
Your Transport Concession Entitlement Card is valid for up to 90 days after it is issued, subject to you continuing to meet the eligibility criteria. via