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    Game-used gloves

    Hi, I was wondering how many stamps it takes to get a game-used glove request back. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rolltide View Post
    Hi, I was wondering how many stamps it takes to get a game-used glove request back. Thanks!

    When I have an item that I do not know I take it into the post office and have them weigh it, before I seal it. I then buy double postage and add to inside envelope and outside envelope.
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    It may be cheaper to send it via a flat rate envelope. Which you can get return postage easy on.

    That's how I did my Mark Brunell Jersey. (also you get a tracking number both ways so you can monitor when it's delivered, and when it gets shipped back.)

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    ^^^ Nice tip! Looks like you are teaching some of us old dogs new tricks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by indyreds View Post
    ^^^ Nice tip! Looks like you are teaching some of us old dogs new tricks!
    My local postmaster is super helpful with the hobby. He suggested it when I had my jersey in a regular tydex envelope. As he put it "I can fit a pair of shoes in a flat rate envelope, remember, if it fits it ships."

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