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Large White Cardboard CD Mailer 6" X 6-3/8" with Adhesive Flap - 50 Pack
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- Type Mailers with Flap & Seal
- Color White
- Size 6 X 6-3/8" inch
- Quantity 50 Pack
- Material White Cardboard
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Top Customer Reviews
For calculating postage costs: each mailer weights 0.6 ounces empty, 1.2 ounces with one CD or DVD with paper sleeve, or 1.8 ounces with two disks in paper sleeves. The postal rate structure has gotten more complicated lately...Read more ›
Just a note warning people not to go to the PO thinking that you'll be able to just talk to the clerk to get the proper 1st class letter rate-- GO PREPARED! PRINT OUT ALL OF YOUR SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS PROVING YOUR POINT AND BRING THEM WITH YOU. To the postal clerk you are just one more uninformed and annoying person that they want to finish with so that you will leave ASAP. They won't think that you have any understanding of postal rates or procedure and will think that you're at best misinformed (but more likely just a pain in the neck).
I was unable to discuss the proper rate with the postal clerk unlike one of the previous reviewers. The clerk just wouldn't hear me out to discuss what defined a letter (if it's not more than 6-1/8 inches high by 11-1/2 inches long by 1/4 inch thick and doesn't weigh more than 3.5 ounces, it's considered a letter). He said that since it's made out of stiff cardboard it's a package-- which is NOT one of the criteria for what defines a letter on the USPS website. Unfortunately for me I didn't print anything from the website to show him, but even if I did I think it just would have served to further antagonize him (and I was careful when I asked about the rate to be polite. Alas, he took it as an attack and snapped back). He was getting pretty annoyed-- I had the impression that even if I proved him wrong it wouldn't have been much of a victory so it was worth it for me to just pay the extra $1 and get out of there. I just had to trust his "25 years of experience doing this job, so I know what I'm doing".
Am I just venting? Yes-- yes I am. But I also hope this is informative. Good luck!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These are perfect for shipping CDs in a paper envelope. Postage is two first-class stamps (I think it's actually 1-2 cents less, but 2 stamps is more convenient).Published 8 days ago by Elli
larger than I thought and requires two stamps to mail. satisfied.Published 10 days ago by William Kern
These are great for mailing 1-2 discs in a paper sleeve. I use a 0.93 cent stamp to send two DVDs in a mailer. They are durable and lightweight.Published 1 month ago by Kate
Best thing about these is they are cheap. And you don't get the quality you didn't pay for. These are a nightmare to open for the recipient. Read morePublished 1 month ago by ShuttleGlen
Worked flawlessly. Very sturdy. I mailed over 100 individually packaged CD's of our 50th class reunion with no complaints. Could not be more pleased.Published 2 months ago by Pete Powell