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post #46 of 51
what is the perfect box/mailer/whatever... to ship a tie???

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post #47 of 51
how do you measure a suit for selling??

i see people put up the measurements and i'm not sure exactly how they got them!!
post #48 of 51
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what is the perfect box/mailer/whatever... to ship a tie???

ty

If you want to ship it pretty cheaply, and very easily, just get a small USPS Priority flat rate box. They are made to ship VHS tapes, but a couple of ties fit perfecty. Around $5

Click and Ship (usps.com) gets you a discounted rate, and free delivery confirmation.

If you want to ship it very cheaply, just buy a padded envelope and ship it USPS First Class mail. It shouldn't be more than $2.
post #49 of 51
Quote:
Originally Posted by davesmith View Post
what is the perfect box/mailer/whatever... to ship a tie???

ty

If you want to ship it pretty cheaply, and very easily, just get a small USPS Priority flat rate box. They are made to ship VHS tapes, but a couple of ties fit perfectly. Around $5

Click and Ship (usps.com) gets you a discounted rate, and free delivery confirmation.

If you want to ship it very cheaply, just buy a padded envelope and ship it USPS First Class mail. It shouldn't be more than $2.
post #50 of 51
what does the group think about getting insurance for domestic orders why yes ?
ive shipped 20 shirts w out and had no problems sim i dont insure international orders either
post #51 of 51
cheapest way to ship a suit to australia? anyone? Thank you
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