ordering something for $5

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  1. lgbalfa

    lgbalfa Professional

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    if i just want to order something for like $5 (overgrip), how much would shipping be?

    obviously it would not be worth it if the cost of shipping is more than the actual item.

    please let me know.

    thanks
     
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  2. 000KFACTOR90000

    000KFACTOR90000 Professional

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    Just put it in your cart and go to checkout and find out.
     
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  3. lgbalfa

    lgbalfa Professional

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    i am an idiot.

    i didn't think about that.

    thanks
     
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  4. El Diablo

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    You live in NYC and can't find a place to buy overgrip?? And if it's some special overgrip you feel compelled to have shipped 3000 miles, wouldn't you buy a bunch of them at a time?
     
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  5. lgbalfa

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    yes because the overgrip that i use cannot be found in the stores here.
     
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  6. frunk

    frunk Semi-Pro

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    Just buy like 10 of them and stock up.
     
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  7. PhotoBlue

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    What kind of grip is it?
     
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  8. lgbalfa

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    a grip by pacific.
     
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  9. diredesire

    diredesire Super Moderator

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    If cheap shipping does not exist in the checkout page, consider calling TW directly and seeing if they have any other options. I've heard of in the past (a really really long time ago) exceptions for first class mail, etc. I would also stock up if it's a rare item. Note that First class mail is <13 oz. It would surprise me if Parcel Post was an option...
     
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