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Premium Pack edition of Classic Star Trek Movies: Heroes and Villains

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November 26, 2011, 11:54 AM
treksearcher
Premium Pack edition of Classic Star Trek Movies: Heroes and Villains
quote:
Originally posted by wolfie:
Have Rittenhouse scrapped that ludicrous postage on the rewards cards yet?


No, I ordered a reward card recently and had to pay the postage.
February 09, 2012, 05:50 PM
treksearcher
quote:
Originally posted by treksearcher:
quote:
Originally posted by wolfie:
Have Rittenhouse scrapped that ludicrous postage on the rewards cards yet?


No, I ordered a reward card recently and had to pay the postage.


Just went to order the Kirk Card #55 reward card and was stopped in my tracks. $17.50 shipping charge. Eek Eek Frown Frown
February 10, 2012, 03:02 AM
WOMBLE
quote:
Originally posted by treksearcher:
quote:
Originally posted by treksearcher:
quote:
Originally posted by wolfie:
Have Rittenhouse scrapped that ludicrous postage on the rewards cards yet?


No, I ordered a reward card recently and had to pay the postage.


Just went to order the Kirk Card #55 reward card and was stopped in my tracks. $17.50 shipping charge. Eek Eek Frown Frown


It's a lot cheaper to ship it to someone in the US, who can then pass it onto you when you next trade with them.
February 10, 2012, 04:39 AM
Triple-Frog
Has anyone queried the shipping charge with them? For a single card it should be $3-$4 maximum.

Have to confess I was not all that bothered until I was putting my Warehouse 13 Season 2 cards away and realised I was missing Artifact card 19.

I thought at first there was a numbering error until I checked the website.
February 10, 2012, 11:12 PM
Raven
International or not, that shipping price is insane. Is it being sent with some kind of insurance or signed verification required?
February 11, 2012, 02:10 AM
Scifi Cards
quote:
Originally posted by WOMBLE:
quote:
Originally posted by treksearcher:
quote:
Originally posted by treksearcher:
quote:
Originally posted by wolfie:
Have Rittenhouse scrapped that ludicrous postage on the rewards cards yet?


No, I ordered a reward card recently and had to pay the postage.


Just went to order the Kirk Card #55 reward card and was stopped in my tracks. $17.50 shipping charge. Eek Eek Frown Frown


It's a lot cheaper to ship it to someone in the US, who can then pass it onto you when you next trade with them.


I tried to be a go-between for a customer before and was flat-out told No. They could not order it and have it sent to me. And since I'm a RA dealer, I can't order them myself.

They send the rewards out with a trackable service, either priority or registered I'm thinking. Apparently there were a LOT that were getting "lost" and needed to be replaced.

Ed

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February 11, 2012, 09:13 AM
cardaddict
In trying to calculate the value of the card, the wrappers required come to about $35, and in the USA the postage is $6. Add the fact that it's William Shatner, who's worth at least 4 bucks, and the card is worth $45. So if you can get it for that or less, you are in the ball park. All this of course is pure speculation on my part and may not resemble reality in any way whatsoever.