Have You Used the Legal Flat Rate Envelope?

Last month we sent out 560+ packages.  How do cheapest viagra prices licensed pharmacies we save money on shipping?  I’ve mentioned it before, but I’ll mention it again!  Our secret weapon is the Priority Legal Flat Rate envelope.  If you’re not using this envelope, you’re missing out!  It saves us a ton.  And since the USPS recently made changes to its rates, it’s going to save us even more!

 

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  1. Hi, Nice posts on your blog. I’m sure its mentioned somewhere, but ordering the padded flat rate is super convenient! You can order by the case by using the number on www.amez.org the priority product page. They are usually very nice and you can get up to 5 cases (100 per) at a time. They are using up the paper ones and are now sending the new improved P L A S T I C ones. Fantastic.
    Keep on bloggin!

  2. Margaret says:

    Yeah, depends on the post office. The one closest to me always has issues with EVERY SINGLE thing..so I’ve started going to a different one that’s a little further away and they have no issues with anything. Also no problem when I schedule a pick up.

    Margaret @ Live Like No One Else

  3. Supercoopers says:

    I use the canadain viagra flat rate envelopes as well. I just sent out a 2xl sweater yesterday in it. I get nervous about putting extra tape on it. The natural way around this is to tape your label on with packaging tape. It’s wide enough that it doubles over on the seal but doesn’t look like that was your intention. I don’t think my post office cares but for those who do this might be a way around it.

    • ebaylife says:

      We like to put tape all over it so that the cardboard doesn’t rip. It tends to tear if you’re sending something more rigid.

  4. We use priority flate rate envelopes and first class envelope. Priority flat rate is very reasonable. Thanks for the changes that you have highlighted.

  5. Tina says:

    I use these and they do come in handy. The contents do NOT have to the best place canadian pharmacy propecia be flat.

    I do believe some post offices are more picky than others. I feel like I’m gonna be scolded sometimes when I walk in there. :)

    I don’t live in a big town either and we have a post office and no presciption cialis a Mr. Post Man. If my packages are already labeled and they won’t fit in the big blue box (if they’re over 13 oz) then I walk in and drop them off at the Mr. Post Man. That way I don’t have to wait in line at the post office.

    My local post office will not let you drop big items off. You have to wait in line. Annoying….

    I’ve put a huge pack of doll clothes in there, other clothing, etc. I also received a big lot of ties from a ebay seller and it was packed in a Legal Flat Rate Envelope.

    I also put extra tape on there cause I’m concerned of it flying open. I’ve only received good feedback.

    I can’t imagine putting tennis or high heels shoes in there though. That would be a sight to see! That would be a good video to learn from. I would be worried of something that hard and bulky ripping it. I guess that’s where all the tape comes in.

    I like it that you don’t have to weigh it or the padded envelope either. Comes in handy.

  6. Anonymous says:

    My post office says contents must be flat like paper

    • ebaylife says:

      That’s your post office is being annoying. We actually went to our postmaster and they said that as long as it fits, it ships. We’ve sent thousands of cheap discount cialis packages like this.

      • ebaylife says:

        Do you live in a more rural area? These post offices tend to have rules that the larger ones don’t. (Personal experience….)

  7. Phil says:

    Do you have to mail documents in this envelope, or can you put anything inside it? Wondering if the levitra best price post office will accept it non-flat. Thanks!

    • ebaylife says:

      If it ships, it fits. We send shoes in them. You just have to make sure to tape the package. Use a lot of tape!

  8. Linda says:

    Thanks for the tip on the Legal Flat Rate, never knew they existed. Another one that has worked for me is viagra rx in canada the Priority Mail-Board Game Box that is priced the same as Large Flat Rate. I have been able to ship heavier items such as Flatware that would not fit an a regular Large Flat Rate Box. The size is 23 x 11 x 3. Wow, you ship a lot each month!

    • ebaylife says:

      Thanks for the info!

      • This is actually very interesting. I ordered some of the legal envelopes, not really knowing they were flat cardboard. I was disappointed when I saw they were and put them away. That’s because with the Flat Rate Mailing Envelope (the non-legal size), you cannot modify it and datarecoverynederland.nl you MUST use ONLY the adhesive provided – no additional tape. It says that right on buy cheap viagra the envelope itself. So after reading your post, I pull out one of the Priority Mail Legal Envelopes (the larger one) and guess what? It doesn’t say that! Woo hoo! So now I’m going to use it and hopefully my post office won’t have a problem with it. Thanks!

      • ebaylife says:

        We wrap a lot of tape around each package to http://pdrauto.com/viagra-discount-india make sure the cardboard doesn’t rip. We’ve checked with the post office numerous times to make sure this is ok.

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