questionswhat is the cheapest shipping method you haveā€¦

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First class in an envelope or bag. It usually ends up in the $2-$3 range for a single shirt, inclusive of tracking.

I like to keep the Woot bags for the art (even though I have like a bazillion of them), so I reuse the plain ones that they send the randoms in or from other shirt sites instead.

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Best way I've found, as eluded to above, get one of those plastic mailing bags (which can be as low as $0.10 each) and just stuff it in there and ship it first class for about $2-$3.

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pit it in a ziplock bag
cut up a paper bag. flip it inside out and wrap it so its plain on the outside
tape up the edges

apply about 6 stamps
done

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Thanks. I knew there had to be a cheaper way, but USPS doesn't actually list sending an envelope first class in their cost calculator (though I was sure I had used that service in the past). Now I can ship two shirts for the price of the one that I shipped last time. :)

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@wlknlight: At two shirts, it's usually about the same to go priority. 3 shirts is where it gets expensive because of zoning, etc. - the last time I did a 3-for-2 trade, I sent them 2+1 instead of all 3 in the same package.