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Old 12-11-2020, 09:27 PM
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Default New ebay shipping service for single cards

For cards priced $20 or lower this could be a great program for buyers, but for sellers too?

https://community.ebay.com/t5/Announ.../ba-p/31420436

As a buyer I will appreciate this new program.

As a seller, each time the USPS has raised rates, I have had to unfortunately pass these increased s/h costs onto the buyer. In turn, buyers have rewarded me by buying more cards per order, all to cut down on the s/h cost per card. Ten years ago, I averaged selling around 5 cards per order when my s/h rates were about a third of what they are now. With each USPS rate raise, I have increased my average number of items/order slightly and now my average order size is up to nearly 11 items per order. Obviously, lowering the s/h rate will cause buyers to buy more single cards versus the larger number of cards per order.

So as a seller, I have mixed emotions towards this new program....only time will tell.
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Old 12-12-2020, 07:24 PM
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Am I reading it right that it's basically the same as shipping in PWE, but adds tracking for somewhere south of 44 cents (since it says "less than $1" and a postage stamp is 55 cents)?

If so, it's an interesting option. I sell a lot of low-price stuff but could see some people willing to spend 45 cents for tracking.
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Has anyone heard any recent updates about this new Standard Envelope Service that was to start in January?
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There was recently a post on Sports Collector's Daily saying that it's supposed to come soon.
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