Talk About an "Expired" Postcard!

Thursday, November 12, 2020 - 21:02 (UTC -5)

Hello, All:

I am “migrating” this Topic from the Legacy Forum because I originated it and hope that it will be of interest here in the New Forum, too. Included is my Post within the original Topic. Perhaps others who posted in the original thread will do so here.

The link to the original Topic is => https://forum.postcrossing.com/viewthread.php?tid=129565

Happy Postcrossing!

Michael

Talk About an “Expired” Postcard!

Sunday, September 13, 2020 - 20:09 (UTC -5)

Hello, All:

Please see the following link =>

Happy Postcrossing!

Michael

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Wow that 1920 postcard story is very interesting!

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Hello - if this has been answered elsewhere, please send me a link in your reply.

Does one get the chance to send an extra card if your receiver registers a card after sixty days but before a year? I feel a little short changed that I cannot send a card as I would normally once a card was received within 60 days (if this actually is the case).

RSVP, thanks

Your question has been answered several times but searching for a link will take more time to just answer it again.

When one of your sent postcards hits the 60-day mark and expires you will be able to send another one.