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Old 09-03-2019, 08:16 PM
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Default How much to send 2 cards to Canada?

I am sure a fellow board member will know how much it will cost to ship 2 raw cards to Canada (from near Dallas? though that probably doesn't matter)
They value about $75 -$80 total... I am doing a deal with a board member and just want to be fair to both of us for actual cost....thanks in advance.
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Are you willing to put them in a birthday card sized envelope with no tracking?
Or do you require tracking? Do they have a COMC account?
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Are you willing to put them in a birthday card sized envelope with no tracking?
Or do you require tracking? Do they have a COMC account?
The buyer and I haven't discussed the options as I didn't know them. I don't know if they have a COMC account or not. Thanks for the reply..
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PWE is cheapest, at $1.15, but I hate that idea going to Canada. It's been costing me about $8 to send padded envelopes.
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Hi,

For most cards, I request them to placed in a cardsaver, then in a PWE and they can be mailed from the US for $1.15 (the extra ounce stamp). This is how all of my TTM autos are returned to me via me SASE.

For items of this value though it might be risky, I would err on the side of caution and put them in a bubble mailer. When I request this, without, tracking (to keep it much cheaper) I always let the seller know that I will assume the risk,

Just my two cents (0.015 USD) from Canada.

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Two more Canuck cents......the key to shipping here is light and flat.....around $1.15 U.S. if you put the cards in a plain white legal envelope, cut 1/3 of a sheet from a binder page, with cardboard backing to keep it from bending......top loaders, slabs, etc. need not apply, costly. Very rare they get lost. Slow, yes, but lost, rarely.
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