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Title: eBay "Standard Envelope" Trading Card Shipping
Post by: tailrustedtealeaf on January 26, 2021, 09:31:22 PM
Just a PSA.
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Beginning January 2021, the new shipping service, eBay standard envelope, allows sellers in the U.S. to print labels and ship trading cards priced $20 and under and up to 3 oz., in an envelope with tracking included, for less than $1.
Sauce (https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/ebay-introduces-more-affordable-shipping-solution-for-selling-trading-cards-20-and-under-301188323.html).
eBay page. (https://pages.ebay.com/ebaystandardenvelope/)
You can ship 15 cards raw, one sealed pack, or three protected cards under this service.
Sounds really cool for me, I have a ton of doubles I can sell on.
Title: Re: eBay "Standard Envelope" Trading Card Shipping
Post by: starrynights on January 27, 2021, 12:06:39 AM
I wonder if they'll allow it for other small light things like stickers and maybe dog tags?
Title: Re: eBay "Standard Envelope" Trading Card Shipping
Post by: tailrustedtealeaf on January 27, 2021, 12:12:41 AM
I wonder if they'll allow it for other small light things like stickers and maybe dog tags?
I don't think they'd be able to tell if it's a sticker so I think that's a good idea for that! Not sure about the dog tags, but who knows!
Title: Re: eBay "Standard Envelope" Trading Card Shipping
Post by: banditpony on January 27, 2021, 01:40:22 AM
I wonder if they'll allow it for other small light things like stickers and maybe dog tags?

...maybe? but it does say this at the bottom:
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Stay tuned for more
eBay standard envelope will soon be available for other categories.

So it might only be available if the listing is specifically in the trading card category.
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