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Where to get envelopes wholesale?

Updated on November 1, 2010

Tips for the thrifty shopper

Are you responsible for the shipping or purchasing department of your company? Maybe you're just a regular person (like me) who sends a bunch of packages and letters at different times throughout the year? Well if you are, then you have likely realized that the cost of buying envelopes can quickly add up and if you pay attention to it you will, at some point, want to come up with a more thrifty way to buy your mailing supplies and envelopes.

Well, buying envelopes wholesale is one way to help lower the costs of sending a lot of mail to friends, family, customers, or clients. But where can you actually find good deals on wholesale envelopes and what kinds of mailing supplies can you get in bulk? The answers to these questions (and a few more) will be found on this page!

Where To Buy Envelopes Wholesale / Bulk

If you have decided to finally start getting your mailing supplies in bulk, then the next step is to figure out where you can actually get them from in the quantities you need.  Fortunately, there is a variety of options for you to choose from (and to compare prices for too)!  The best two options are listed here:

1 - Wholesale companies:  Most wholesale companies will likely have some supply of envelopes to choose from.  This is a good option for someone who needs to buy in true wholesale quantities (even in the hundreds or thousands of envelopes).  You can really knock down the price of your supplies by getting in such large quantities, but many people don't need enough to warrant buying envelopes wholesale from large suppliers.

2 - Online suppliers:  If you have never looked at sites like amazon or ebay, you may be surprised that they offer a wide range of envelopes in bulk quantities that is more suitable for the everyday person who sends moderate amounts of mail.  For example, you can get many types in packages of about 50 to 100 envelopes.  They even have different choices such as regular or window envelopes.

What kind of wholesale envelopes can one buy?

This question has a quick answer.  You can get pretty much any type of envelope wholesale if you spend just a little bit of time looking around online.  From regular white envelopes to padded mailing envelopes or even decorative types, you are sure to find a good deal on your mailing supplies.  Besides actual envelopes, you can also find bulk tapes, bubble wrap, and stamps to make the process of mailing a lot of packages simple and cheaper than you would have thought possible!

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