That's what I've been using for years via the USPS. I order them (free) from the USPS website by the hundreds and print out labels via Stamps.com. You can also pay for and print out labels from the USPS website.that tyvek is the invincible plastic mailer that does NOT wrip right
Did you know you can get the tyvex packages for free from the USPS supplies website?Twin85 said:I just shipped out 220 shirts using all tyvex packages, they cost 50 cents each and will not rip. Only problem is it is tough to get 2 big shirts (xl's) or 3 shirts in their without smashing them in.
What I do is use their USPS free carrier pickup service. They will send either your normal UPS carrier to your house to pickup the packages or they will send a separate truck to pick them up.Does anyone use USPS click and ship? What do you do if you have to send out a large number of packages? Cause I had to go the post office 5 times just to send the shirts out and it was not fun.
Did you know you can get the tyvex packages for free from the USPS supplies website?