I have sold cards on and off. I've decided to start selling again, but I've noticed that shipping prices have gone up. I use to ship single cards in a #000 padded envelope and charge $2.49 for shipping, and that would usually cover the shipping cost and cost of the envelope. But now that its more expensive I'm considering shipping single cards in a regular greeting card sized envelope not only to lower shipping costs, but to get people more interested in my listings because of lower shipping costs. Keep in mind that I ship all of my single cards in a penny sleeve and a top loader. I don't really see the need to ship a flat card in a top loader in a padded envelope, when I can just use a regular greeting card sized envelope. The padding isn't going to do anything. Does anyone ship single cards in regular greeting card envelops? If so, have you had any problems? suggestions would be greatly appriciated.
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