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    If you have done some exhaustive research, what have you found to be the cheapest way to mail a single cd within the continental USA???
    (perhaps not just a cd, maybe also containing a thank you note or publicity one-sheet...but basically just standard cd weight/dimension)
    Last edited by TRU; 11-10-2017, 07:33 PM.

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    The USPS has a media rate - you might want to look into that.

    https://about.usps.com/notices/not121/not121_tech.htm

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      typically, a foam mailer for a CD in a sleeve or jewel case...runs about $1
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