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UPS.com offers Additional Savings on UPS Shipping Services when you apply promo code BETTER. Thanks Myze & SilentView

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  • UPS Ground Shipment 25% Off
  • UPS 1,2,or 3-Day Air Shipment 45% Off
  • UPS WorldWide Services 45% Off
  • UPS Standard to Canada/Mexico 45% Off
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Promo code EASY

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UPS® Ground Shipment* UPS 1,2,or 3-Day Air Shipment*
UPS® WorldWide Services
UPS® Standard to Canada/Mexico
* Plus 60% off Domestic Residential Surcharge and Delivery Area Surcharge, if applicable

Either click on the promo button or manually enter EASY in the promo code field during the shipping payment process to take advantage of these great savings.

20% off UPS Ground; 40% off UPS 1, 2, 3-day Air Shipment

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Is this cheaper than the discounts you normally get from Amazon or eBay when you sell something on those sites?
No, you can actually stack this discount with the eBay rates (which can save an easy 40% on large items) .

Ive seen things get over 50% off when I stacked EASY promo code with eBay discount.

The savings are even more when if you compare a stacked promo code + ebay discount to UPS store rates.

It makes UPS stores look like predatory thieves with their jacked up rates.

I just shipped an entire mid tower gaming desktop that weighed 20 lbs from NC to Ohio for only $19. I can only imagine the rates Amazon gets.
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I don't understand logistic and their pricing...to send a 1 cubic foot box with about 10 lbs halfway the USA it cost me $60, yet I order something on amazon that's about $10 from about the same distance and I can get free shipping. I know Amazon is a multi billion company and negotiated a good price, but why not extend that similar pricing to people who ship less frequent? Is it cause UPS market isn't consumer but business and don't want to waste resources with 1 item per person? but rather 100 item per business? and if we pay a huge amount they'll deal with us?

I would definitely ship more to my grandparents and family if it was reasonable. I don't sell any large items on eBay because of the cost to ship it and that cost for an item under $100 would not be worth it. USPS is a few dollars cheaper so I go with them...but I hate USPS. It just don't make sense to ship a birthday gift or christmas gift for items under $100 when its going to cost me $60 or more.
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I don't understand logistic and their pricing...to send a 1 cubic foot box with about 10 lbs halfway the USA it cost me $60, yet I order something on amazon that's about $10 from about the same distance and I can get free shipping. I know Amazon is a multi billion company and negotiated a good price, but why not extend that similar pricing to people who ship less frequent?

Amazon ships out a *shit ton* of packages, whereas we may ship out something once a blue moon. They dont care about losing us, they do care about losing Amazon.
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Amazon ships out a *shit ton* of packages, whereas we may ship out something once a blue moon. They dont care about losing us, they do care about losing Amazon.
Not exactly. Amazon cares about guaranteed volume. If you shipped the volume Amazon did, you'd get similar pricing.
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lol DC gets left out yet again.
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You do know the answer to your question is dependent on the size, weight, priority, and location of your source and destination, right? None of that is put in here and honestly it'd be easier to just find out yourself
A Nintendo switch case is very very light. It's basically the same or very similar weight and size as a DVD case
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A Nintendo switch case is very very light. It's basically the same or very similar weight and size as a DVD case
9/10 flat rate shipping box will be your best bet, but if you have to buy your own box then maybe not. If you can recycle a flat rate box, maybe so. Theres so many factors not disclosed; hence my reply.
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Thanks and repped. This is what makes Slickdeals so great - as an ebay seller this can save me quite a bit and I was totally unaware of this discount!
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I don't understand logistic and their pricing...to send a 1 cubic foot box with about 10 lbs halfway the USA it cost me $60, yet I order something on amazon that's about $10 from about the same distance and I can get free shipping. I know Amazon is a multi billion company and negotiated a good price, but why not extend that similar pricing to people who ship less frequent? Is it cause UPS market isn't consumer but business and don't want to waste resources with 1 item per person? but rather 100 item per business? and if we pay a huge amount they'll deal with us?

I would definitely ship more to my grandparents and family if it was reasonable. I don't sell any large items on eBay because of the cost to ship it and that cost for an item under $100 would not be worth it. USPS is a few dollars cheaper so I go with them...but I hate USPS. It just don't make sense to ship a birthday gift or christmas gift for items under $100 when its going to cost me $60 or more.
Its a predatory relationship. Amazon shippers, UPS, USPS, need the money, so agreeing to 20 million deliveries for pennies of profit each is still profit. They give Amazon such low rates because they are scared Amazon will go to Fedex, or what is slowly happening, Amazon is building its own shipping and delivery service. Also for USPS, the post office can say 'look we delivered 50 million packages this year, we are losing money so you need to fund us with tax money or else Americans lose out'.

Basically Amazon's near monopoly has shipping companies by the balls, just like Walmart had businesses; theres a story about how Vlasic pickles was contacted by walmart to be sold in stores, walmart wanted more pickles for less money, Vlasic said they barely make money as is, and walmart told them if they wouldnt budge they would put another brand in the biggest retailer in the US, so Vlasic caved because they didnt want to be replaced. Sales of the pickles at walmart surpassed more expensive and profitable grocery store sales, which meant Vlasic was making less money, which contributed to their bankruptcy.

TLDR; Damned if you do submit to Amazon, Walmart, etc, and damned if you dont. These companies soak up all the profits, and dont care what happens to the companies they use to get their profits.
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How can I figure out how to SAFELY ship a Nintendo switch case, and how much would I expect to pay? With USPS, I was told I would probably need to send in priority mail with a box... But I've received games and CDs from those yellow envelope type letter packages just fine too

Would anyone know if UPS would be cheaper, and how much I might expect to spend?

I'm feeling like I'd be better suited to sell on Facebook marketplace locally, so I don't have to think about all this
If its under 1lb then USPS First Class is the cheapest. You can use paypal to create shipment labels at a slight discount: www.paypal.com/shipnow
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No, you can actually stack this discount with the eBay rates (which can save an easy 40% on large items) .

Ive seen things get over 50% off when I stacked EASY promo code with eBay discount.

The savings are even more when if you compare a stacked promo code + ebay discount to UPS store rates.

It makes UPS stores look like predatory thieves with their jacked up rates.

I just shipped an entire mid tower gaming desktop that weighed 20 lbs from NC to Ohio for only $19. I can only imagine the rates Amazon gets.
Great info! Is there a place to enter the discount code when u create the UPS label in ebay's shipping interface? I have never tried with UPS...
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Great info! Is there a place to enter the discount code when u create the UPS label in ebay's shipping interface? I have never tried with UPS...
You can only make UPS labels through the UPS site. eBay links with your UPS account to provide the discount and also sends applicable eBay orders to the "UPS marketplace orders" section.

Be mindful that you do need to manually choose your eBay shipping account number when creating a label to get the eBay rates. The promo code box is in the same section where you choose the account number.

If you link your eBay you can get the eBay rate on anything you want to send regardless of an eBay order existing or not.

Makes it pretty cheap to send stuff to my friends in New Mexico, New York and Ohio. The biggest % discount come from sending large packages long distances.
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So I assume there is no way to use this to ship through Amazons shipping service?
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Man it didn't seem to work for me. Maybe you have to use a ups box?
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Geesh! International is still almost twice what USPS charges.
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