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      Shipping Question

      I have been looking for a sofa and a ton of places online have it but within the ebay websites they are showing as the shipping prices are included within the sale. How exactly do you calculate the flat rate of shipping for something like this? If you have the same product its easy but what about multiple ones?
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      I believe they take the weight into account. If it's for example, between 10 and 100 pounds, it's a certain rate. 101 to 200 pounds, certain rate, etc....
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      Originally Posted by edsmith View Post
      If you have the same product its easy but what about multiple ones?
      Your shipping company will be able to provide you with rates by weight. When you list a multiple items listing on eBay, simply specify the extra shipping charge for each additional unit, based on your shipping company's pricing table.

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