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Tips for Shipping Small Sets

Hello,

I'm looking to offload a bunch of #4865 on eBay. What is the most cost efficient way to ship them? I'm assuming that I should keep them NIB instead of deboxing them? If so, would it be sufficient to ship each one in a padded envelope? What are the chances that the boxes will become damaged during transit?

Thanks for the help! (:

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  • ColoradoBricksColoradoBricks Denver, CO, USAMember Posts: 1,672
    100% chances of those boxes being damages in a padded envelope...
    For those I recycle small boxes from Amazon (A1 and A3) to ship first class. If you ship priority mail, you can use the 7x7x6 PM boxes that USPS offers for free.
  • PlayftlPlayftl Member Posts: 178
    How much would it cost to ship first class? And would selling them deboxed be a good alternative or would no one be interested?
  • weevinweevin Member Posts: 34
    Buy some 8x6x4 boxes from Staples (if US based). You can get 25 for less than $10, shipped free if you sign up on their site to join Staples Rewards. Then shipping is in the $2.50-$4 range per set. You'll need one big air pocket as filler for each box, but if anyone buys two, they will both fit into the 8x6x4.
  • wagnerml2wagnerml2 Belleville, IllinoisMember Posts: 1,376
    ^^ This. And for all that is holy do NOT ship them in a bubble mailer. I just got a #40083 off ebay that someone with feedback over 2000 shipped in a bubble mailer. Its completely destroyed.
  • adventure_aladventure_al Scotland Member Posts: 243
    Now royal mail are priced based on size and weight you could fit them within a card board box with padded protection and it will cost exact same!

    That set should post for only £2.60 second class no probs. Only downside is a little extra of your time.
    Cam_n_Stu
  • adventure_aladventure_al Scotland Member Posts: 243
    i realise now you are probably in th U.S...
  • JP3804JP3804 Member Posts: 332
    $3.07 USPS First class.
    11 oz shipped in a WalMart 6x10 box
    Box is $.46
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