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Old 11-15-2013, 07:58 PM
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Bubble mailer with cardboard backer.

Don't cram disc in there like the above has mention, they will bend and the buyer will not be happy. 2 is fine, 3 is iffy, and more then that buy a box, its about the same price anyway. Any disc with value over say $30, ship in a box and add some plastic sacks or other material to help protect the disc.
4 only works if they're all drivers, if there are any putter or mids I'll break down and buy a box. I sent an SE Rhyno by itself in a bubble mailer and didn't get any complaints.

If I send 2 discs, I'll package them so that the flight plates are touching and on the inside, to (hopefully) protect from any type of machine or puncture.

I must be doing OK, considering my 102 feedback at 100%
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Old 11-15-2013, 08:12 PM
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I had someone ship me a disc once in a cereal box
I just got received a PD in a a Cookie Crisp box this week!
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