#1) Effective the W5 Incoming buro must be self supporting and they are no longer accepting SASE's from users. Instead you can simply send money and they will print your envelopes with postage for you. Send $20 (anything beyond the $20 will be considered a donation to cover other buro related expenses.)
You can send money via PayPal:
PayPay (send money to a friend - to email@example.com)
Or by USPS:
W5 INCOMING BUREAU
P.O. BOX 1060
Mounds OK 74047
Please make sure your callsign is evident by either method used.
#2) Rates are increasing to $1.00 per envelope to keep up with increasing postage expenses, miscellaneous supplies and printing. The $20 you send will provide for 20 envelopes and any additional funds you send will be considered a donation toward general bureau expenses (like a PO box and other things!) If you want a 2 or 3 ounces per mailing please make sure to provide your sorter with a batch of "Additional Ounce" (penguin) stamps to keep on file for you.
If your a high-volume user, such as a DX Expeditioner or a high-scoring contestor you may want many ounces per mailing. One envelope with a single forever stamp will carry about 6 cards. With the "Additional Ounce" postage it can transport about 12 to 14 cards.
#3) Everyone is reminded to contact the sorter for their callsign directly with questions or comments. If you are unable to resolve a concern then you are welcome to contact the W5 Incomming Bureau Manager, Gene Lewis, W5LE. Gene is available at firstname.lastname@example.org
#4) Expect to see a strong push in the coming months by ARRL for all incoming bureaus to become self-sustaining.
If your wondering what this is all about: The ARRL offers a service to members that drastically reduces the cost of sending QSL cards overseas. You fill out your cards then mail a envelope full of them along with payment and they will forward the cards on to the overseas bureaus in bulk. Those bureaus will send them using their local postal system. This service alone justifies the ARRL membership dues if you send very many! You can read more here: http://www.arrl.org/outgoing-
Thanks to the Edmond Amateur Radio Society for this information.