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#1 melglnh2o

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    Posted 17 May 2008 - 11:24 AM

    This is probably best for the newbies because when I first started planning, I couldn't look at enough pictures for ideas, dresses, decor, etc. Is anyone interested in buying all my bridal/wedding magazines? For $40 (original cost was around $100), I will give you all of the following:

    Michael's Book of Wedding Crafts ($19.95 originally)
    The Knot Guide to Destination Weddings (don't remember the price)
    Destination Weddings & Honeymoons (Winter 2007-$4.99)
    Brides Honeymoons & Weddings Away (Special Issue 2007-$5.95)
    Brides-big flower issue (Sept/Oct 2007-$5.99)
    Brides (May/June 2007-$5.99)
    In Style Weddings (Fall 2007-$5.99)
    The Knot-over 700 gowns (Fall 2007/Winter 2008-$9.99)
    Martha Stewart Weddings (Fall 2007-$5.95)
    Modern Bride-big fashion issue (Feb/March 2008-$5.99)
    For The Bride-special trends issue (Spring 2008-$5.99)
    Beverly Clark’s Elite Wedding Collection (Fall/Winter 2007-$4.95)
    What’s Up Weddings (Spring/Summer 2008-$3.95)
    Davids Bridal Magazine (Fall 2007-free)
    Davids Bridal Magazine-Bridal Party (Fall 2007-free)
    Weddings for Dummies ($1.00)
    Tu Boda – Information about weddings in Cancun, RM, Cozumel, Isla Mujeres, Chetumal (includes vendor information-free)

    It is probably best for those that live in or around the DC area since shipping might get expensive because of the weight. But if you are willing to pay for shipping, I will ship these anywhere.

    #2 rodent


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      Posted 17 May 2008 - 11:55 AM

      If you ship them, definitly pick media rate. Magazines are heavy. I sold some magazines on ebay & couldn't believe how much shipping was.

      #3 ErinB


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        Posted 17 May 2008 - 11:57 AM


        You might also try your local Craig's List to get rid of them. Then you wouldn't have to deal with packing or shipping.

        #4 melglnh2o

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          Posted 17 May 2008 - 12:01 PM

          Thanks very much for the suggestions ladies.

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