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Old 06-09-2010, 05:34 AM
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Cheapest way to ship shirts, skirts etc?

Hi, how do you ship shirts cheaply? If you sell one for $8 shipped it doesn't really makes sense to ship in a flat rate. Do you ship in the priority tyvek things? Thanks for your help. Just trying to figure out the cheapest, best way.
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Old 06-09-2010, 05:40 AM
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First class mail in a bubble envelope would probably be best.
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First Class Mail for anything under 13 ounces. Weigh the package yourself and print the label online for free delivery confirmation.
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Old 06-09-2010, 05:44 AM
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Thank you both!!
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I just buy a bulk of large enevelopes (not bubble) and ship first class with DC.
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Anything under the weight limit that's also under $20 goes First Class for me...the only reason I shipped your shirt Priority was because it was more than $20
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Thank you for the classy service

PS. I love that shirt.
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First Class Mail for anything under 13 ounces. Weigh the package yourself and print the label online for free delivery confirmation.
There is a small charge for Delivery Confirmation on First Class packages (even when the label is printed online), but it is way less then if purchased at the Post Office. I think it's up to 17 cents or something like that now.

To the OP: The Priority T-vek envelopes that you mentioned will ship at the Priority Rate which, even for a shirt weighing less then a pound, would likely be more then the Priority Flat Rate Envelope. First Class Mail is definitely the way to go for domestic shipments weighing less then 13oz.
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There is a small charge for Delivery Confirmation on First Class packages (even when the label is printed online), but it is way less then if purchased at the Post Office. I think it's up to 17 cents or something like that now.

To the OP: The Priority T-vek envelopes that you mentioned will ship at the Priority Rate which, even for a shirt weighing less then a pound, would likely be more then the Priority Flat Rate Envelope. First Class Mail is definitely the way to go for domestic shipments weighing less then 13oz.
Thank you! Yeah, I figured those priority envelopes would be $$$. Thanks, Amber! Thanks everybody.
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