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    A priority mail large flat rate box filled with cards

    Would it weight under 20lbs? They are in sleeves and surrounded by bubble wrap. I ask because I need to ship 2k cards to canada and I am hoping they would weight under 20lbs so they can be shipped cheaply

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    You've got the cards, put them on a scale to find out. :)
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    Divide the cards up into piles and weigh them separately. Add the total of each pile up. You'll get your answer then. The Internet shouldn't be a substitute for common sense ;)

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    Priority Flat Rate Boxes do not apply to Canada, only to the USA.

    2,500 cards to Canada is going to cost you around $30.00

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    Actually you can use the flat rate boxes for international shipping. It cost $40 for a large flat rate box but the issue is the weight max is 20lbs

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    Is there any savings? I don't think much if any.

    I just sent about 70 cards to Canada a month ago, cost a disgusting $9.00

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    if you have a 16 lbs package it would cost $61 to ship compared to a flat rate box which its only $40

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    That is huge.

    Did you manage to sell off the rest of your collection? If not, what's left?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharkaholic707 View Post
    Divide the cards up into piles and weigh them separately. Add the total of each pile up. You'll get your answer then. The Internet shouldn't be a substitute for common sense ;)


    HA!

    I love it

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