Place all cards inside a sturdy plastic case such as a top loader or card saver. Do not secure top loaders with stickers, as this can result in damaged cards and longer processing times. If the card is loose, only secure with painter’s tape. Rubber band your stack of cards together to keep them organized during shipment.
Keep cards in the same order as listed on your submission form. If you have multiple stacks, label them with a sticky note in their correct order. If cards are received out of order, they will be pulled out of the production line and will have to be re-organized, resulting in longer processing times.
Secure cards in between cardboard or wrapped in bubble wrap. Be sure to not package them too tightly as this can cause damage to the cards.
Package cards inside a dependable cardboard box. Do not ship orders inside envelopes or bubble mailers, as they are likely to be damaged during shipment. Fill the box with bubble wrap or any other shipping material to guarantee your cards will not shift around inside the box. Print out the packing slip and place it inside the box as well.
Seal the box with packing tape and write on the outside of the box the service level you chose.