Well, that is definitely stretching it as far as I am concerned.
Yes, braille materials usually qualify for free matter shipping, but
that generally applies to well known organizations like American
Printing House for the Blind, the Learning Alley, the Lutheran Braille
Workers, Christian Record Service, etc who have been registered
organizations for years, and deal with the U.S. Post office on a daily
basis. You are a complete unknown. Without being registred and having
the official ink stamper from the Post Office I doubt anything you
send will go through braille or no braille.
On 6/23/11, Jeremy Kaldobsky <jer...@kaldobsky.com> wrote:
> Since braille is one of the items that can be shipped, I wonder if these
> items would be allowed since the map contains some braille. Lol, it would
> certainly be a stretch, but I'm hoping this works out. I completely agree
> that the price needs to be as low as possible, so if there is a way to have
> the shipping free in the US, there should be no trouble there. I'm less
> hopeful for free international shipping, though I would be glad if someone
> had a solution for that too. If this information helps anyone find a
> solution, the items would be shipped in a standard 8.5 by 11 bubble wrap
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