I want to also reply to your thread but also “side-track” it a little bit.
I make sure that the DVD’s that I ship to my buyers are received in the same condition as when they left my place of business.
I use Multi-D boxes with bubble wrap around the DVD and a poly bag to make sure that the DVD won’t receive any water damage if left on the porch.
I am probably a little bit “obsessive” in my packaging of DVD’s and that was why I was very interested in reading your thread regarding the packaging that other sellers use.
As far as “side-tracking” your thread just a little bit, I am very curious to hear from the other posters who have shared their DVD packaging methods, what they feel that their % of feedback is for the DVD’s that they ship.
Even though I’m pleased with my current packaging method for DVD’s, it appears that my buyers aren’t reciprocally pleased with my packaging as I rarely receive any feedback on my DVD orders.
I am still trying to figure out why that is. (Perhaps the buyers I ship to are more into “green” packaging?)
Anyway, just wanted to keep the discussion going on what works best to protect DVD’s in transit and also please the buyers enough to possible warrant or generate a feedback response.
Thank you for the interesting thread.