#1
I have never shipped anything before and I would like to know what I need to have ready when I arrive at the post office. I am shipping a PSP that I recently sold on ebay via the USPS. I was wondering if I should have the item already addressed in a box and how do I go about stamping the box etc. I really have no idea what to do and I tried google but the only results I found were from 3rd party shipping agencies. Thanks alot, Jack
#2
Take it to the post office and they weigh it. Then it goes. And might get there.
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#3
Go to a post office and ask there.
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#5
couldnt you just check the usps website
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#6
it's really amazing.

they have these places that deal with nothing but shipping and receiving mail and packages all day. i think it's called a post office.


you should try there.
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The Post Office people will guide you through the whole process. It's a fairly simple system, and postal employees are generally very nice and helpful.
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#8
I do kind of wonder why so many people come to the Pit to ask about things like this.
#10
cover the PSP in foam, or towel or something, then put it in a box. make sure u put crumbled newspaper or something under and on top of the PSP. tape up the box with not scotch tape, but with real heavy duty packing tape, and then take that, some money for shipping, and ur recipient's address to the post office.
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#11
Just throw it really hard in the direction it's supposed to go.


But seriously take it to the post office
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#12
Put the package in your computers DVD drive, then open outlook and click "send".
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#13
when they ask you if there's any fragile parts in the box, mutter something about c-4. and anthrax. it helps the shipping go through faster.
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Put the package in your computers DVD drive, then open outlook and click "send".

lollerwaffle at you sir

go to the f*cking post office
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#15
Well I realize I have to take it to the post office assf*cks but I was asking if I needed to have it already packaged and addressed and I only got one decent reply to my question.
#17
well, you'd probably go to the post office to get a box to put it in anyway, so just bring it down there and see if they'll do it, and if they won't ask for a box to package it. then if you have any questions, you're already there. it's not like if you go down there not knowing what you need to do, everyone will laugh at you. probably 3/4 of the people there have never shipped anything either. it's not like you're green if you don't know how to ship a package, no one does it.
#18
USPS will have boxes at the POST OFFICE that you buy and pack it with. Then give it to the man, and magically he will take it to where you tell him to
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