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Re: Seed trouble

Sorry for delay in responding. Yes, I should have said Global Priority, not
global express. Priority is a step above Express in the USPS system for
pricing and expediting mail. The $5 cost is only for the small letter packet
(there is also a specific weight limit for this). If you need a bigger
envelope, the price goes up dramatically. I only cited this service because
it seemed like such a great deal when shipping a small packet of seeds to
places far distant, like Asia, Australia or S. America which normally takes
much longer using standard air mail. Thanks Besty for noticing this.

In a message dated 02/27/2000 5:40:01 PM Eastern Standard Time,
Betsytrips@aol.com writes:

<< Thanks for that info. Interesting about the global Express. Are you talking
 about global priority? Otherwise express is cheaper than priority and it does
 vary with weight.


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