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Old 01-21-2012, 05:41 AM   #31
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I met Sean tonight. I bought 3 lbs. He is nice guy and it was a smooth transaction. He is going to be working overtime to package all of these up!
Thanks Sean...lol always nice to put a face to a screen name.

Sorry all for the lag time, i didnt expect it to get this crazy this fast, im a full time student and work 55 hours a week but i promise to get it all taken care of this weekend.

I totally underestimated the amount of time, energy, and material it was going to take to keep this all organized. I will invoice everybody as soon as i get the flat rate boxes because i am not sure how much i can stuff into each size.


Due to the amount of time and bags and since i will probably burn out the foodsaver this weekend i am going to edit the original post and raise the prices by one dollar a lb for any future order after this post. Sorry guys. I was trying to get these out as absoluty cheap as possible.
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Old 01-21-2012, 01:08 PM   #32
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I think everyone appreciates the effort and the good deal. I'm in no rush, so take the time you need. I have no problem adding a couple bucks to my order for your material and time.
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Old 01-21-2012, 01:39 PM   #33
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Old 01-21-2012, 02:36 PM   #34
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I'm in no rush either so don't kill yourself. Thanks for doing this!

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Old 01-21-2012, 03:07 PM   #35
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Just FYI, you can order the priority mail boxes online for free at usps.com if your local post office doesn't have what you need. It takes around a week to get them. Also if you use their online shipping tool, click n ship, you can get free delivery confirmation on each package which will save you .70 on each postage.

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Old 01-21-2012, 04:58 PM   #36
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Just FYI, you can order the priority mail boxes online for free at usps.com if your local post office doesn't have what you need. It takes around a week to get them. Also if you use their online shipping tool, click n ship, you can get free delivery confirmation on each package which will save you .70 on each postage.
Thank you for the heads up of the confirmation. I will definitely utilize that
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Old 01-21-2012, 05:07 PM   #37
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In addition to ordering the Priority Mail boxes from USPS, try getting the "Priority Mail Regional Rate" boxes. They're free, just like the regular PM boxes.

They ship for cheaper than the regular PM boxes, but have a lower max weight (15 or 20#). They don't have a super small box like the PM does, but for shipments where people want a few pounds, this may be the way to go.

Also wanted to add, take your time, we all really appreciate all your efforts!

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Old 01-21-2012, 05:22 PM   #38
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In addition to ordering the Priority Mail boxes from USPS, try getting the "Priority Mail Regional Rate" boxes. They're free, just like the regular PM boxes.

They ship for cheaper than the regular PM boxes, but have a lower max weight (15 or 20#). They don't have a super small box like the PM does, but for shipments where people want a few pounds, this may be the way to go.

Also wanted to add, take your time, we all really appreciate all your efforts!
Thanks! Ill go back and get some of those boxes because the small flate rate is super small and doesnt look like it will fit more than a pound
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Alright, i went to 3 differant post offices and nobody stocks those regional rate box. The small flat rate boxes are pretty much worthless but i can fit up to 2 pounds in the flat rate envelope. The medium flat rate box can fit 7 or maybe 8 pounds. I will start sending the invoices soon based on these rates.

Again, anybody local is more than welcome to come pick up in person!

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Alright, i went to 3 differant post offices and nobody stocks those regional rate box.
I'm sorry, I should've stated that. I've only been able to order them online from USPS, no PO near me stocks them either. They are free from USPS.com, however.
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