With a free MyPost Concession account, you'll pay just 60c per stamp, instead of $1. You can buy up to 50 stamps per year, in booklets of 5 for $3.

You'll even get a free booklet of 5 concession stamps to get you started.

Are you eligible?

The following Australian Federal Government concession cards are accepted as proof of eligibility for a MyPost Concession account.

Have one of these cards? Apply today!

  • Pensioner Concession Card
  • Health Care Card (all types)
  • Commonwealth Seniors Health Card
  • Department of Veterans' Affairs Card
  • Veterans' Repatriation Health Card

How it works

Apply for an account

Take your completed application form (also available in-store) to a Post Office, along with your valid Federal Government concession card.

Receive your card

Once approved, you'll receive your MyPost Concession Account card in the mail within 14 days, along with your free booklet of 5 stamps.

Buy stamps

Show your card at any Post Office to buy more concession stamps. You can buy up to 50 stamps per year, in booklets of 5.

Get your letter there faster

When you send your letter using a concession stamp, it will travel at our regular delivery time and could take up to 6 business days. Speed things up a few days by adding a Priority label for 50c.

Transcript
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The video opens on the Australia Post logo.

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Audio throughout is a backing track playing a fairly happy tune.

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Two letters representing each of the speeds fly out of the logo.

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From the 4th January 2016, Australia Post is making some changes, giving you the choice of two speeds for sending letters with concession stamps.

We hear a 'shoopy' sound as the letters fly out of the logo.
Each speed has a sound (beep/tone) as a trigger for the audience. When the three speeds first come into frame we hear the beeps in ascending order.

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A turquoise square appears on screen with the word 'Priority'.

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Priority

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A red street posting box quickly appears with a letter flying out of the posting box into a postie's backback on his bike. The postie then rides away and a letter now appears in the middle of the screen with a hand coming in and placing a Priority label next to the stamp. The price appears underneath the letter. 60c + 50c*.

An Australia Post store pops up and this animation changes into a computer. The computer turns into a calendar with the date 14 December, which then turns into 4 January.

Disclaimer:

*Subject to ACCC and Ministerial notification processes

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To have your letters delivered within 1-4 business days, depending on the destination, simply apply a Priority label next to your concession stamp. Priority labels will be available to purchase at your local Post Office or at auspost.com.au/shop from 14 December 2015 for use from 4 January 2016.

A sound for the letter flying.
A sound for the motorbike.

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A grey square appears on screen with the word 'Regular'.

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Regular

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The Regular letter then appears with the price 60c.

A hand appears holding the letter. The letter is then placed in a red street posting box. The letter flies out of the box into a postie's backpack on his bike.

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For the regular service, just apply a concession stamp as usual. Delivery of letters with only a concession stamp will take up to 2 business days longer than the Priority service, depending on the destination.

Sound for the letter being posted.
A sound for the letter flying.
A sound for the motorbike.

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The postie then rides away and the Concession stamp now appears in the middle of the screen. This turns into many stamps.

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The price of concession stamps will remain at $0.60 and MyPost Concession account holders can continue to purchase up to 50 concession stamps per year.

A sound plays for the purchase.
Sounds play for the laptop keys.
Page turning sounds for the calendar.

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An Australia Post store then pops up with a red street posting box out the front of it.

The video ends with the Australia Post logo and a button which says "Click here if you have any questions".

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Both Priority and Regular letters can be posted in red street posting boxes or at any Post Office. You now have more choice over the speed at which your letters are delivered.

A sound plays when the Post Office and post box pop up.

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