deals$10 off $20 at fedex

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Be prepared to wait a while, the store i went to had no clue how to use this.

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I have a relative that works for FEDEX so I am generally happy with them. However, they broke one of my Wootwine Quady Elysium boxes and I am still waiting for the replacement, so now I am mad at them - wanted it for Thanksgiving.

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FedEx is generally OK, but this last month we've had nightmares with them. Like sending a truck to pick up a package at our house - but sending it 200 miles downstate from us. Like deciding that they didn't like the labels on a very heavy package at the warehouse, instead of on pickup. I was told it was en route to its destination, so imagine my delight when they delivered it...right back to my front porch, four days later.

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@wheretheworldmeets: Fedex insures up to $100 by default but if you declare a value (up to 500) theyll insure that as well. Once you go over $500 i think they require a signature, but it might still b insured, would have to double check on that one.

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oh flubbernickalsucka... i could have used this yesterday when I spent $60....

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No Ground? Pass. The only time I ever ship via air is when a Priority Mail Flat-Rate box is the best deal. I'm just never in that big of a hurry for the recipient to get the package.

I do like FedEx Ground though. They're about the same price as Parcel Post (once you've added the optional insurance and tracking that are included with FedEx), and they're a lot easier to deal with than the Post Office if a package is lost or misdelivered. Also, their business hours are great, and there are usually no lines. When I go to the Post Office, there are usually at least 10 people queued up in front of me.

I use the Post Office for Priority-Mail Flat-Rate boxes and First Class padded envelopes, both of which they'll pick up for free. If I have to drive to ship, I go to FedEx.

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Nice deal but I'll still probably use USPS since I'm there all the time and they're nice enough.

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Great deal for those last minute holiday shipping or shipping out Ebay sales. Thanks for the link.

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Perfect Timing! Shipping big box to Florida next week. After coupon, 3 day express is the same price to ship regular ground. That gives me an extra week to procrastinate and do a little more shopping. Thank you FedEx!

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Thumbs up for the most random deal fo the day. I wish I could upvote twice! Well done indeed.

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It wouldn't load for me. Any help?

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@zmeyer: USPS Priority/1st Class is not guaranteed or insured. FedEx is insured up to $100 and they issue refunds (even for 3Day and 2Day) if they're late by a minute ... 90 minutes during holiday season. I once had a USPS Priority Medium Flat Rate Box take 3 months to go from MI to WA and didn't get a refund because it wasn't Express. Don't get me wrong ... I think that the USPS does an excellent job for the price you pay, but I won't be using USPS for my most urgent and important needs. This FedEx deal is hard to beat, unless you have a FedEx account with contract rates.

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@firebirdude: FYI Express Saver is 3 Day. If you are just looking to save a buck, even with the coupon you are probably still better off using USPS Priority or 1st Class. I only use FedEx for one reason: They're open until 11pm.

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It's good to see shipping companies offering deals like this now... Good Guy FedEx- Understands it's the holidays and budgets are tight, offers reduced rate shipping.

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Excellent deal, especially for this time of year! Thanks!

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Valid on FedEx Priority Overnight®, FedEx Standard Overnight®, FedEx 2Day® A.M., FedEx 2Day®, and FedEx Express Saver® only.