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Old 05-30-2013, 07:18 PM
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Default Ebay sellers I need help

Just sold a few cards on ebay. Can anyone help me determine how much one card in a card saver 1 weighs in a bubble mailer?

Next can anyone tell me how much one SGC graded card in a bubble mailer is?

I wanna use the ebay label thing but not sure. Tried one and put 7 ozs for a raw card which I think is too heavy.
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Old 05-30-2013, 08:07 PM
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Slabbed card is under 3 oz.
I tape cards in a top loader to 1/2 of a screw down, still under 3 oz.
Should only cost you $1.69
Larger cards (like t201's) from SGC are 4 or 5 oz.
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Old 05-30-2013, 08:28 PM
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Thank you Sir!!!

I will keep this information handy
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One card in a card saver in a bubble mailer is a parcel and will cost you $2.07. You will get free tracking.

If you put it in a 6x8 photo mailer it is a nonmachinable letter and will cost you 86 cents. You cannot purchase tracking for this.

A slabbed card with a light piece of cardboard around the slab and mailed in a bubble mailer weighs 3.5 oz. It is a parcel and will cost you $2.24. You will get free tracking for this.

Pricing through ebay/PayPal will receive a slight discount but I have found that the discount is outweighed by the cost of ink and paper to print the label. I just purchase stamps at the post office and apply my own postage and drop it at the PO.

The rules changed in regard to what is considered a letter, a flat, and a parcel, a couple of years ago. The rules changed again in January to allow free tracking for all First Class and Priority parcels.


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Old 05-30-2013, 11:22 PM
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Rick thanks brother for the information! Ive made notes of this to help me with my sells.
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