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You can buy Federal Duck Stamps from the following vendors:

    United States Postal Service
Phone: (800) STAMP-24 (800-782-6724)
Online: The Postal Store
Note: Enter search text "Duck Stamps" in upper right hand corner.
Select Post Office Locations:  Find a post office near you.
Note: Call your local post office to check Duck Stamp availability.
    Amplex Corporation
Phone: (800) 852-4897

Duck Stamps can also be purchased at most major sporting goods stores and large chain stores that sell hunting and fishing licenses.

You may also buy Duck Stamps at many national wildlife refuges. Find refuges near you at www.fws.gov/refuges. Call the refuge first to ensure they sell the stamps.

If you have your Duck Stamp and you are looking for state hunting regulations, click here for links to state DNR/fish & game offices

E-Stamp Program

The Electronic Duck Stamp, or E-Stamp, allows customers to purchase the Federal Duck Stamp online and use it immediately. The E-Stamp is valid for 45 days from the date of purchase; within that time, a physical Duck Stamp will be mailed to the customer. After 45 days, the customer must carry their Federal Duck Stamp while hunting.

Currently, eight states participate in the E-Stamp program. Below are links to those states that offer online license purchasing on their websites. Click on the state name to be taken directly to that state’s online license purchasing location. Anyone, regardless of what state you live in, may purchase an E-Stamp online through any of the states listed below.

  Arkansas   Florida   Maryland   Texas  
  Colorado   Idaho   Minnesota  



If you experience problems during your purchase of the online stamp or with the receipt of your duck stamp, please contact the state from which you made the purchase, since that information will be in their system. Do not contact the Federal Duck Stamp Office. Also, it is important that you have a printer so you will be able to print the electronic stamp.

If you have questions about purchasing an E-stamp from one of these states, you may click on the name of that state to be taken to their website and contact them directly with your questions.

Geese at Chincoteague NWR- Steve Hillebrand/USFWS


Last updated: July 3, 2014
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