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I have over 100 of the mini cookbooks that you buy at the checkout registers in grocery stores, but I can't post those right? So, is anyone interested in them? I could post them here and we could work out a deal by buddying credits and me shipping out the cookbooks. A couple of the titles I have are:
Hearty Soups and Sandwiches
Easy Meals ( 5 ingredients or less )
Hearty Meat and Potatoes
FAVORITE BRAND NAME RECIPES:
Soups and Stews
Why wouldn't you be able to post them? If I remember, they aren't a magazine and as long as they don't contain advertising, you should be able to. I'd be curious about that. I went to the help center and could not find anything to suggest you couldn't!!
REALLY?! That would be awesome if I could post them. For some reason I just thought they would be considered a magazine and that I wouldn't be able to post them. Anyone else know if I can post them or not? Thanks guys!
Well, I posted over on the "questions" section as well and it seems that they are NOT postable, which is too bad because I know a lot of people would like them. So, what I'm going to do is offer them here and I'll just have you buddy me a credit(s) and I'll send with DC. Thanks!
I agree with you, I'm still not entirely sure WHY I can't post them. They don't have advertising so I COULD send them media mail. People sure seem interested in them; I need some credits and I sure wish I could share them with the people that would like them.
Here's what the Help Center says that would pertain to these:
* This includes magazines... ...
**A leaflet/pamphlet is an item with fewer than 20 pages; a booklet is an item with between 20 and 50 pages.
So, it depends on:
Last Edited on: 11/4/07 10:16 PM ET - Total times edited: 1
Rebecca, I posted this in your other topic, but wanted to make sure others saw it here also. Janet & Beth are correct that if they are not postable, you cannot offer to send them to someone in return for them 'buddying you credits for them'. Only postable items may be exchanged for credits.
You may offer them as incentives or bonuses for ordering a book from your shelf (ie: order any book from my shelf, and I'll send you a free cook booklet described below) or such, but you may NOT offer any number of the booklets for any amount of credits by themselves.