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    TTM Baseballs

    Hello everyone,
    I was really hoping to get some tips and information on sending baseballs TTM. I have sent a ton of cards and photos, but would really like to send some baseballs out to Hall of Famers. So I have the following questions:

    -What do you send them in? Multiple bubble mailers?
    -How do you get postage on the return item without a postage meter? The post office won't do this. Just an equivalent amount of stamps?

    Any help with this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks everyone!

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    I use a baggie, peanuts, and a 4x4 box. Never seem to have any problems include enough return postage in the box for the return

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    @camsue So just going off of this, is the 4 x 4 box the original shipper? Or the return item? Enough postage as in loose money or stamps on the return item?

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    I use bubble mailers.I put the ball in a baggie,take the package to the post office and have them
    weigh the return bubble mailer with the ball inside so I'm sure I have the right amount of postage.I have never had a problem.

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    @camsue So just going off of this, is the 4 x 4 box the original shipper? Or the return item? Enough postage as in loose money or stamps on the return item?
    I always put a return sticker in the box with enough postage to get it back inside as well, the only one I never got back this way was Carlton Fisk recent successes are Chris Davis , Jonathan Schoop, Chance Sisco, Andre Dawson

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    SASE will be a 9x12 bubble mailer with eight forever stamps. This is just a bit more than what you'll need to get it back.

    Send that inside one size larger bubble mailer (I think it's 11x16) with your usual letter and a ball point pen if you'd like. Done this plenty of times and it's always worked.

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    Thanks for all the information guys! I appreciate the help @OC22 @camsue @39special

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