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Where's the shipping calculator?

befuddled on Tue July 22, 2008 4:32 AM User is offline

Where's the shipping calculator? I want to know how much to ship the advancrd DIY kit to the East coast. Now guys, you don't expect me to completely fill out the ordering form just to find that out, do you?

Chick on Tue July 22, 2008 6:16 AM User is offlineView users profile

I live on the east cost myself, and thats how I do it, I never cancel my order, (you find a better place to do business with) but I'm sure you could before you press send... Anyway, you can send them an e-mail at ackits.com or call the number on thier site for a quote.. Hope this helps..

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TRB on Tue July 22, 2008 12:40 PM User is offlineView users profile

Yep, we do. How else is the system going to know how to calculate freight charge.

Email or post a zip code and I can get a ball park figure.

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CCWKen on Tue July 22, 2008 4:43 PM User is offlineView users profile

I was, at first, shocked when the shipping options pop up and tell me my shipping will be $105 for 2nd day delivery or something like that. But, when you select the desired method it gives a very reasonable rate. In fact, it seems to me AMA looses money on shipping for large boxes. Places like McMaster-Carr don't even give you a shipping quote at all until you receive an order confirmation. I don't worry a bit because it's always been far less than I could send the stuff myself. There's few places that can get away with that but they're all top notch companies. AMA gives you a broad choice of shipping methods but they can't do that unless they know where it's going.

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befuddled on Tue July 22, 2008 6:06 PM User is offline

Sent the email two days ago, no reply yet.

Almost every web ordering site now has a shipping calculator right up front. Surely, a destination is needed, but this site requires a lot to get to it.

02112, that Boston, MA. A business address is available if it matters.

It is not likely that sites who require a confirmed order before disclosing shipping will get my business. And it is real hard to overlook sites with free shipping.

If anybody is not familiar with shipping, there are more rates than you can imagine. Your local pack and ship is the highest. FEDEX Kinko's is probably the cheapest available to the consumer shipper. It generally rins about hald of UPS. But, if you are a business and do a good volume, it is half again as much, or less. Want to ship to Singapore for a dollar a pound? There might be a fuel surcharge by now. But the rate is available.

TRB on Tue July 22, 2008 7:23 PM User is offlineView users profile

I do not recall any email on this.

DIY Advanced to the zip code listed.

UPS Ground $ 48.19.

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