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How much does it cost to mail a catalog?

Discussion in 'General Business Tips' started by rbergwrightchef, Jan 30, 2009.

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  1. rbergwrightchef

    rbergwrightchef Gold Member

    Does anyone know the postage on mailing one catalog?
    1 catalog in a large envelope?

    How about a host packet?
    Folder, 2 catalogs, 8 outside order forms/flyers in a yellow large envelope??..

    I am stuck at home with nothing to weigh my packages..
  2. tlag1986

    tlag1986 Gold Member

    I know the one catalog with a single piece of paper will cost $1.51. I don't know any of the others.
  3. Mel92504

    Mel92504 Gold Member

    my last host packet was about $4 to send, but it was for a catty show with about 7 books, & it went Priority because of the size. If it's lighter I would think that first class would be fine & should be under $2.
  4. niclowther

    niclowther Gold Member

    It's $1.50 or so to send one catalog w/ a few pieces of paper.

    Anymore than one catalog and you should just send it in one of the priority envelopes- where you fit as much as you can in the envelope for around $5 (postage just went up).

    Also, the priority envelopes (which you pick up at the post office or you can order them I think) are free and they look more professional then a plain envelope.

  5. I send out all my catalog show host packets with a flat rate priority envelope, I print my labels online and get free Delivery confirmation. Also with priority mail you can request USPS pick-up at your home. I belive the flat rate is around $4.75 or so.
  6. pcsharon1

    pcsharon1 Gold Member

    My host packs are $5.15 now for priority.
  7. Buy a postage scale--it's well worth the cost.
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