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RE: Plant disaster/ups versus usps

FWIW, if you are using priority mail with the USPS, you can request
boxes, labels and tape on line... they will mail it to your home free of

I have had good luck with priority mail... mail Monday, everyone I sent
something too gets it on Wed at the latest... 


> Yes, boxes are extremely expensive.  You buy them new because you hope
> can depend on the strength of new corrugated material, but that's not
> always
> the case.  Several companies I purchase from use used boxes and
include a
> note saying that by doing so, they felt they are helping the
> I've never had a used box fail.
> Kitty

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