Shipping a nds game

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Dec 12, 2010

Shipping a nds game by Stevetry at 10:17 PM (1,333 Views / 0 Likes) 11 replies

  1. Stevetry
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    yea so i have a friend that lives in crystal lake Ca and i want to send him one of my ds game as a present just the game cartridge nothing more so can i just take the game put it inside a letter envelope pay for the stamp and send him to him? is that allowed

    is my first time sending something to someone XD
     
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    You can send it like that at the USPS service but I recommend using a small bubble envelope instead of using a envelope or if you want you can always buy a box and manual for a game on certain websites and ship that.

    Edit: http://shop.vendio.com/bregamesmmcm3/category/3/

    Sometimes ebay and another site I'll find it.
     
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    well i don't have a bubble wrap thing so i will use the envelope and put the game inside foam pocket i have
     
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    Just look at this go there pay a little and ship it.
     
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    bu t i can pay for a a stamp put it in the envelope and ship it why pay more ?
     
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    One time i shipped two CD's across the country in a brown paperbag with two stamps on it. they got with only a few scratches [​IMG]
     
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    how much did it cost ? di you just pay the stamps ?
     
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    So it arrives in working order?
     
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    i ship it in a parcel just 1.75 and even the game case
     
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    Yes, just put the cartridge in a envelope. Put the right amount of stamps on it. (Depending on how far you want to send it.) And ship it out. DS cartridges, aren't that fragile, but it might help reissure you that your package has less of a chance to be damaged by putting it in a bubble wrap shipping box.
     
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    You should use a bubble envelope, buy it at walmart for 50 cents and put 2-3 stamps on it

    You must understand that there is theft in the post office, I wouldnt trust a regular envelope. worth the extra dollar to be safe in my opinion
     
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    Criminal:Hmmm Which do I want to steal?
    [​IMG]
    OH I KNOW! BUBBLE WRAP ENVELOPE! *snatches and plays with bubble wrap, continues to throw away the cartridge*
     

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