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    Shipping from E-Pack

    What is the most economical method of shipping 5 e-pack cards? 4 game dated moments and a Notre Dame card. Is it better to transfer to COMC and then have them ship it? It looks like UD would charge me $7.50-8 bucks to ship in a toploader.

    P.S. This is US shipping, not Canada
    Last edited by sparty07; 01-15-2018 at 12:55 PM. Reason: Add a line

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    Same cost.

    UD doesn't ship the cards, COMC does.

    You pay 25 cents per card to have them shipped, plus the cost of top loaders (if you want them) plus the cost of shipping.

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    Isn't it $3.99 to ship from COMC with .25 per card after for "Rush"?

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    Yeah, but you already paid a hidden 25 cent fee (or someone else did).

    When cards get submitted to COMC... you pay a "per card" listing fee (I think it's 30 cents now) but whatever price you list it at.... it shows up 25 cents higher. When you see a card listed for $10, the seller listed it for $9.75, and COMC charging an extra 25 cents.

    HOWEVER.... if you buy a card and then relist it.... that fee doesn't apply. They only charge the 25 cents once: So if you see a card listed for $5, and you think it's worth $10, and you buy it.. relist it... and sell it at that price... you'd make the entire $5.

    Quote Originally Posted by sparty07 View Post
    Isn't it $3.99 to ship from COMC with .25 per card after for "Rush"?

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    I should add this....

    If you go onto COMC and buy 5 cards from my portal, as I mentioned, there is a 25 cent fee that was built into the price for each card. If I am selling a card for $10, I would get $9.75. If you offer $7.50 for the card - I'm only getting $7.25 of it.

    So if you buy those 5.... you've paid $1.25 in fees without really noticing.

    If you have 5 cards loaded into your account via an ePack transfer, or using the COMC mailbox service - that 25 cent fee will be added to your shipping costs.

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