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TylerJCooper
10-04-2008, 07:53 AM
It sure has been a while since I have been able to get on WF. Man I miss it! I once was a guy that didn't have a thing to offer, but because of the generousity of WF, I have been able to fly for almost a year. I would like to repay the fellow WF's as much as possible. I have found that my local church only uses their AA batteries for one service then discards them, therefore, I have been asking for them after the service. I started with a few and now I have more then I need. I have checked the batteries on a meter and they are 75-80 percent charged. I would like to give these out but not sure if the shipping is worth it. Would anyone be interested in paying for the shipping? I would be more then happy to check what the charge would be, but I don't have the funds to ship them. Let me know if you would like me to check it out or if you have any additional ideas.

Thanks,
Coop

quadracer111
11-09-2008, 06:00 AM
It sure has been a while since I have been able to get on WF. Man I miss it! I once was a guy that didn't have a thing to offer, but because of the generousity of WF, I have been able to fly for almost a year. I would like to repay the fellow WF's as much as possible. I have found that my local church only uses their AA batteries for one service then discards them, therefore, I have been asking for them after the service. I started with a few and now I have more then I need. I have checked the batteries on a meter and they are 75-80 percent charged. I would like to give these out but not sure if the shipping is worth it. Would anyone be interested in paying for the shipping? I would be more then happy to check what the charge would be, but I don't have the funds to ship them. Let me know if you would like me to check it out or if you have any additional ideas.

Thanks,
Coop
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TylerJCooper
11-11-2008, 04:58 PM
I was looking at some prices and it wasn't adding up. Does anyone know what the cheapest way to send stuff?

dbcisco
11-20-2008, 02:37 PM
USPS parcel post for large/heavy items and USPS first class mail for small/light items is the cheapest in my expeience.

quadracer111
02-05-2009, 04:03 AM
Still interested

Twmaster
02-05-2009, 04:07 AM
USPS First Class Parcel is cheap. You can send up to 13 ounces via this method and it doesn't cost much more than $3 or $4. I ship 4-5 ounce parcels all the time this way for less than $2.50

Hope that helps.