Cigar Shipping 101

Discussion in 'The Lobby - Non-Cigar Related' started by moki, Aug 10, 2004.


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  1. moki

    moki el Presidente

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  2. DaveWF

    DaveWF Official CP Entertainment

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    Very nicely done there Moki. Everyone could use a little refresher now and then.

    Dave ;)
     
  3. golfgar

    golfgar Bueller.... Bueller...... Anyone....... Anyone?

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    Thanks Moki, I will reuse the bubble bag you sent and now I know where to get them!
     
  4. Muley

    Muley New Member

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    Hey moderators, do I smell another push pin coming? This might be a great keeper.
     
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    I agree......
     
  6. gregor22

    gregor22 Woof!

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    I just started using these resources and they are excellent. Takes a week or two for the supplies to get to your home. Once you have your PC set up, downloading JAVA, printing the labels works nicely. Free DC when you print at home!
     
  7. SFG75

    SFG75 Master-passer

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    File this under your take it or leave it file--I recently discovered humi-packs. A recent shipment top me was one of the packs in a thin folder type USPS package. They are probably aren't any more "scientific" than zip-locks but my cigars are in great shape and I'm enjoying then. :D

    Anyone know of sending things through FedEx or DHL?? :) ??? Complaints or praise for either?
     
  8. 1f1fan

    1f1fan New Member

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    Excellent. This is definitely push pin worthy!

    Thanks for the info moki.
     
  9. SFG75

    SFG75 Master-passer

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    Just sent out some cigars today. A baggie wrapped in paper in a VHS sized shipping "box" works very well for a 5-pack. Cost? $3.45 :D :)
     
  10. moki

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    Top for the ever-lazy Other1
     
  11. other1

    other1 Cigarpassaholic. Mmm.. cigarpassahol.

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    Only available in a case of 50. Hmm. I guess there are gonna be some extra bombings.
    :sneaky:
     
  12. PuroBrat

    PuroBrat I am not here :^)

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    Darn, and I took my snailer out of my profile :0
     
  13. other1

    other1 Cigarpassaholic. Mmm.. cigarpassahol.

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    Well then.

    NO SOUP FOR YOU! :0
     
  14. PuroBrat

    PuroBrat I am not here :^)

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    What can I say bro.

    Actually I took it out because it being there caused it to come up in a google search, address and all. My wife typed my name in google and there was our address, she was a bit POed so I removed it. :(

    And I so love soup too ???
     
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    Just an FYI: You can't get tape from the website anymore. You have to got to the counter and ask for it. :sneaky:
     
  16. Treamayne

    Treamayne On the run...

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    I can attest to this - his bomb just arrived in one and it had worked perfectly. If anyone thinks regular USPS can *bang up* a package - wait until you see a poorly packed item go through Militatry hands! This one showed up excellent!

    Thanks for the info....
     
  17. CoventryCat86

    CoventryCat86 Puppetmaster

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    LOL, try putting "Bill Jenkins" in a google search and see what happens.

    I'm lucky because there is a Congressman from Tennessee named "William L. Jenkins" (we even have the SAME middle initial) and the drag racer Bill "Grumpy" Jenkins get a lot of google hit too.

    So, between those two, it's real hard to find anything about me ;) :p

    Addy in profile, I ain't SCARED ;) :thumbs:
     
  18. hudsonvalley

    hudsonvalley MMMM...Ember

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    Great info
     
  19. moki

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    top for Backslide420
     
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    :D Thanks Andrew
     
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