The American Philatelic Society is offering a special, digital membership for our younger stamp collectors: 25 Under 30.
Here is APS Development Assistant Erin Seamans to tell you more about it!
Individuals between the ages of 18-30 are now eligible to join the American Philatelic Society for only $25.
25 Under 30 members will receive all of the perks of membership, including a digital-only copy of the monthly magazine, The American Philatelist, access to the American Philatelic Research Library's digital collection of journals and other publications, a monthly newsletter with society news and stamp collecting resources, access to videos and educational programs from experts on the C3a digital learning platform, and all of the member-exclusive articles on the APS Newsroom.
25 Under 30 members will also be able to take advantage of the following perks:
There are many doors into this wonderful hobby. We hope that 25 Under 30 will be yours.
For a complete list of the benefits and services that you are entitled to as a member of the American Philatelic Society, visit APS membership.
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