Postcards are valid for three months from the date they are issued.
However, if a post card is issued more than 30 days after it was issued, the date it is valid becomes the date of its expiry date.
If the post card has a date of expiry, then the postcard is considered invalid.
For example, if the postcards are issued on 12 July 2018, the post cards will no longer be valid unless they are valid 30 days later.
If a post is issued in August 2018 and then issued again in October 2019, the card will become invalid.
If no expiry dates are specified, the validity of a post will be determined by its date of issue, not its expiries date.
However this does not apply to the validity period of a stamp or postcard.
For more information on postcards, see the article Postcard validity period.
The following types of postcards can be used as a valid postcard: postcards that were issued in the same calendar year as the post, but that are in the post office’s collection or on display for public viewing; postcards issued to people who have registered for a postcards scheme or are registered for postcards schemes; post cards issued by post offices that are not subject to postcard restrictions.
For postcards to be valid for 30 days from the original issue date, the original date must be within 30 days of the expiry of the original postcard; postcard cards issued after the 30-day expiry period will be valid up to the 30th day after the expiring date.
For further information, see Postcards.
When is the post a post?
When a post cards is issued, it must be valid within 30 calendar days of issue.
However the post cannot be issued in two different periods.
For instance, if you have a post that is issued on 1 June 2019, and it is issued by your post office in July 2020, it will be invalid on the 30 th day after it is first issued.
Similarly, if your post is in the collection of your local post office and is issued before your local Post Office Scheme Scheme has ended, it is not valid.
If you are issued a post, you cannot use it as a ticket.
For details of the types of cards issued, see Ticket.
What is the expiration date?
The postcard will be considered invalid after it expires.
This means the post is no longer valid and it cannot be used.
This can include postcards and stamps issued to travellers returning to Australia.
For a list of post cards that will be cancelled if they are not issued on the expiration day, see Cancellations.
If I am issued a ticket for a ticket I cannot use, is there anything I can do?
If you have purchased a ticket that you cannot afford to use, you can contact your local airport and ask for a refund.
You can also contact the post offices in your area and request a refund for your ticket.
This is known as a refund in the local language.
You should not apply for a cancellation of your ticket if you are not entitled to it.
If your ticket is issued to someone else, then they will be entitled to the ticket as long as they do not have to pay for the travel.
For additional information, visit the Refunds section.
What do I do if I don’t get a postcode or address?
If your postcard was issued in an address that is not on the postcodes or postcode schemes list, you will need to apply for the postcode.
For this reason, you should be sure that your postcode is valid.
See the Postcodes and Postcode Scheme list for more information.
If there is a mistake in the email address on the Postcards scheme, you may need to contact the Post Office directly to verify the correct postcode and address.
For other reasons, please contact your nearest post office for assistance.
When can I apply for an extension?
The Postcards extension is available until 1 July 2019.
The Postcodes extension is only available until 30 July 2019 and will expire on the expiries of the Postcard that was issued on that date.
You may apply for another postcard extension in the future if you meet the conditions outlined above.
When should I use a Postcard?
Postcards should be used on arrival.
You will need a post code to open a bank, ATM, credit card, or other service.
When you purchase a Postcards or other postcards you can use the Postcode and Postcard Scheme to check whether you have the correct Postcode or Postcard.
If so, you must check if the Post Card is valid by checking its expires date.
This will give you a Postcode.
You also need to verify that the PostCard you purchased is valid before you can check its expiring dates.
The postcodes will remain valid until their expiry.
You cannot cancel a Post Card without a valid Postcode, unless you