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rbb 12-27-2011 06:49 AM

sale & shipping costs
 
i know we can only use either the freeship60 or a sale coupon, but what i need to know is how to find out exactly what shipping will cost before i even order. that determines if there is a savings with the sale or not.
thanks!

justajesuschick 12-27-2011 07:08 AM

I was able to see my shipping before I placed my order. I dropped item in my cart and went to checkout. It showed me shipping there.

That is actually what stopped me from ordering. I was going to get the Darcy's Pumpkin Condish. Sale took it to $9. Shipping? $9.40. No sale for me! I sell stuff on ebay as just a pedestrian, single user/non corporate and know what my non-corporate rates are and they are less that that! I guess the difference is that I do not use shipping as a revenue stream.

Ordering a single item from CM even with a discount, for me, is a bad idea with shipping charges like that. I'd pay $6-ish for a $9 item, but almost $10?? Seriously, it could practically come to me Express Mail overnight for that charge!

eta: Just went back to see if I was wrong on my price vs. shipping. I was so corrected above. Once you go to checkout, verify shipping and billing info, you will see shipping options. Prices will be there.

curledlove 12-27-2011 09:21 PM

I think the shipping is reasonable if you purchase more than one product. I recently made a purchase of 4 products that came up to $63. With the 25% holiday coupon it went down to $47 plus $10 for shipping. In that case it was worth it, but paying $10 to ship one item does seem like a bit much.


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