It took me a few days of searching, but I found them at one Walmart. I scanned them in and there were only 3 other Sellers, the selling price was close to $60 and Amazon was out of stock for another 10 days.
I purchased all that I could, rushed home and packaged them up and dropped them off at UPS that same day.
The shipping box was assigned to ONT8 and I knew from past shipments that my boxes are typically checked-in there on the 5th business day. But I worried that other Sellers would get in on the listing and lower the price before then. Fortunately, that didn’t happen and all of the games sold right away and I made a nice profit.
I understand that waiting for your products to be shipped to Amazon and checked-in can be frustrating especially when you have a great product. Though we can’t get the UPS drivers to drive any faster, we can help Amazon with their check-in process by providing them with your box contents information.
Guest Post on 888 Lots – Providing Your Box Contents to Amazon
I wrote a guest blog post for the 888 Lots blog about how to provide Amazon with your box contents information. Some of you may call it providing packing slips. I’ve been doing this for a few months now and shared a few tips in the article to make the process a little easier for you.
Here is the blog post: Providing Your Box Contents to Amazon
When you’re finished reading it, come back here and download a free copy of the file that you can use to track what’s inside your box!
Free PDF File: Box Contents Tracking Form
If you have any questions, please feel free to ask in the comment section below or on my Facebook page.
If you prefer video training, Jessica Larrew just added a new box contents training video to her Amazon Boot Camp! Way to go Jessica! Click here to learn more about Amazon Boot Camp.