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[Amazon Canada] AmazonBasics DYMO LabelWriter-compatible labels on sale $9.47 and $9.27... lowest ever

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[Amazon Canada] AmazonBasics DYMO LabelWriter-compatible labels on sale $9.47 and $9.27... lowest ever

Just got a notification from CCC stating these dymo-compatible labels are on sale... lowest ever.
1) AmazonBasics 2-5/16 x 4 Inch, 300 Labels = $9.47

2) AmazonBasics 1-1/8 x 3-1/2 Inch, 350 Labels per Roll, 2 Rolls =$9.27. i.e. 40% off

I have Dymo 450 and these work really well!

Links separately:
- https://www.amazon.ca/AmazonBasics-Mult ... B074KNG5HT
- https://www.amazon.ca/AmazonBasics-Mult ... B074KQNK5Z
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where can i get a cheap printer? The printer cost 10x more.
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Amazon has the printers on sale every so often. I got my Dymo 450 for under $50 taxes in, thanks to RFD :)
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$10 for 220x 4x6 labels too. (These are the same labels used for shipping labels)

EDIT: I wonder if you can use Dymo in Zebras.
I wouldn't mind buying a few varied label sizes but I don't usually need a case of 48.
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I read that you can get labels free if you have a ups or fedex account when getting supplies from them?
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I wonder if I create a shipping label with Canada Post or FedEx, can these be used and how? CP and FedEx generate PDFs usually.
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tfong010 wrote:
Aug 21st, 2019 6:35 pm
I read that you can get labels free if you have a ups or fedex account when getting supplies from them?
Yup.
alpovs wrote:
Aug 21st, 2019 6:44 pm
I wonder if I create a shipping label with Canada Post or FedEx, can these be used and how? CP and FedEx generate PDFs usually.
Standard shipping labels are 4x6. They're $10 for 220.
However, the printer to print them with retails for $300+
A quick search turns up one listing here for $100, but that didn't live too long.

Personally I bought a used LP2844 for $50 and a case of 4x6s.
I hooked it up to my computer like a normal printer and send PDFs and JPGs like any other document.
There's ways to integrate it, but I don't do enough volume for me to do it.
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death_hawk wrote:
Aug 21st, 2019 7:00 pm
Standard shipping labels are 4x6. They're $10 for 220.
However, the printer to print them with retails for $300+
A quick search turns up one listing here for $100, but that didn't live too long.

Personally I bought a used LP2844 for $50 and a case of 4x6s.
I hooked it up to my computer like a normal printer and send PDFs and JPGs like any other document.
There's ways to integrate it, but I don't do enough volume for me to do it.
Thanks. I would have bought the 4x6 labels and a printer for them if I understood how I could print labels from the letter size PDFs that FedEx and Canada Post generate. How did you do it with your Zebra (I assume) LP2844? The actual shipping label is just a fraction of the letter sized PDF.
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death_hawk wrote:
Aug 21st, 2019 5:50 pm
$10 for 220x 4x6 labels too. (These are the same labels used for shipping labels)

EDIT: I wonder if you can use Dymo in Zebras.
I wouldn't mind buying a few varied label sizes but I don't usually need a case of 48.
I used to buy a 4 pack of these for $29.56. I checked now and it looks like it’s out of stock.
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death_hawk wrote:
Aug 21st, 2019 7:00 pm
Yup.
But the free ones do not work with a Dymo printer, just be careful.. Free ones don’t have the notch for Dymo.
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Have you tried buy these on eBay? Some sellers are selling these in various batches / sizes. I ordered a big batch several years ago for our Dymo 450 and I feel I'll never run out of those stickers. Shipping might be high if only a small quantity is ordered (to have a good ratio of cost per tsticker).
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How is the quality compared to the dymo ones? Glue sticks as well as the dymo?
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kaijujager wrote:
Aug 22nd, 2019 3:40 pm
But the free ones do not work with a Dymo printer, just be careful.. Free ones don’t have the notch for Dymo.
Sure, but why would you buy Dymo for 4x6?
For not much more money (new) you could get a Zebra.
For quite a lot more money less you could get a used Zebra.
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death_hawk wrote:
Aug 23rd, 2019 1:24 pm
Sure, but why would you buy Dymo for 4x6?
For not much more money (new) you could get a Zebra.
For quite a lot more money less you could get a used Zebra.
Lot’s of different factors on this decision. Wireless capability, if you can indeed get set up to get free labels, do you use other sizes, etc.

My only point was to be careful as the labels are not fully interchangeable.

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