# How much is it to ship a game?

## How much is it to ship a game?

First-class should only cost about \$2.60. I mail video games all the time, and I can tell you that the bubble mailers are more expensive than necessary.

## How heavy is a ps4 game?

Roughly 7-8 ounces.

## How do I ship ps1 games?

Re: Best Way to Ship PS1, DC, etc (jewel cases)? First, wrap your game in bubble wrap. then, put the game inside a USPS small flat rate box. and finally, wrap a brown paper bag around the box.

## How much does a game weigh?

A game means an 8 ball, which weighs 3.5 grams.

## How much does n64 game weigh?

Game NameSystemWeight (oz) +-0.3007: The World is Not EnoughN643.2All Star Tennis 99N643.2Army Men: Sarge’s HeroesN643.2Army Men: Sarge’s Heroes 2N643.163 •

## What is a half game?

A half game in the standings is basically one team’s “share” of the difference between two teams. If Team A wins its game, it moves ahead of Team B by half a game because it has one more win than Team B at that point, but the same number of losses.

## How much does a kilogram weigh?

approximately 2.2 pounds

## Which is heavier 1kg or 1lb?

1. Pound is an imperial unit of mass or weight measure while kilogram is a metric unit of measurement. One kilogram is approximately equal to 2.2 pounds. So a kilo is 2.2 times heavier than a pound.

## What weighs 1 gram exactly?

A gram is about:a quarter of a teaspoon of sugar.a cubic centimeter of water.a paperclip.a pen cap.a thumbtack.a pinch of salt.a piece of gum.the weight of any US bill.

## What does kilo mean?

(Entry 1 of 3) : a unit of mass or weight equaling one thousand grams or approximately 2.2 pounds : kilogram Each sack weighs 50 kilos.

## What does kilo mean in drugs?

Drug bust quantity, casually. K, in the NATO alphabet. One thousand grams.

one thousand

## What does kilo mean in Hawaiian?

to watch, observe, examine or forecast

## What do you call a Hawaiian girl?

wahine (wah-HEE-neh) – Woman, girl.

## What does Kimo mean in Hawaiian?

Kimo, a common Hawaiian name translated to “Jim” or “James”, see Hawaiian name.