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« on: May 31, 2009 01:44:34 PM »

i just sent 2 packages to florida from nova scotia last week.
I sent them through UPS. One package was $25.00, but I expected that one.
but the other one was 3 hemp bracelets, pens & keychains.. and it costed 20.00.
it was in one of the yellow padded envelopes. How in the world does anyone else ship? They're all for swaps, so it's not like i can hide the shipping in the cost, which is what i do when i sell. Can we buy the flatrate boxes? where? help?!

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« Reply #1 on: June 11, 2009 09:25:50 PM »

I use Canada Post to ship... if the package is shorter than 20mm and under a certain weight you can ship light packet to the US for under $5 ($2.22 to $4.31 depending on weight). Small packet is usually under $10.

I don't think we have flat rate boxes... if we do it's an eBay only thing I believe. Anyway - you can checkout the Canada Post website - they do list the pricing/weights/dimensions for packages.

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