Launch Update: We are currently resolving a few remaining issues and will provide an update this upcoming week (Dec. 5). Thanks for your patience.
We are pleased to announce that the APS StampStore on HipStamp is set to launch.
In August, we announced a promotional partnership with HipStamp, an online site for stamp commerce. We had initially planned to launch this partnership on Oct 1, however we uncovered some unexpected technical difficulties while testing our integration. These technical issues are being resolved to ensure that the APS StampStore continues to provide the exemplary service our members have come to rely on and expect.
To learn more about the partnership, read this column from The American Philatelist. If you have questions about the partnership please read our HipStamp and APS partnership FAQ.
With over 100,000 members and $20 Million in annualized sales, HipStamp is the leading marketplace devoted exclusively to stamp collecting. Founded in 2016, HipStamp was built for stamp collectors, by stamp collectors.
With exclusive browse, search, and selling features which intuitively understand Country and Catalog Numbers, HipStamp provides collectors with unparalleled access to over 6.5 Million listings and counting. It’s free to buy on HipStamp and cost-effective to sell on HipStamp, which provides a wide range of additional benefits and features with each store subscription.
About the APS
With members in more than 110 countries, the APS is the world’s largest non-profit organization for stamp collectors. Founded in 1886, the APS serves collectors, educators, postal historians, and the general public by providing various programs and services.
The Society is supported by membership dues, gifts, and the sale of publications, specialty items, and services.
Membership in the American Philatelic Society offers various benefits and services, including the monthly journal, The American Philatelist.
We invite you to apply for membership today.
Additional Resources - Conversations with Philatelists Episode with the CEO of HipStamp