Have you ever waited in a really long line at the post office? It sucks, especially during the holiday shipping season when lines might be an hour-long or more. Sure you can pay a monthly fee for a postage machine, and just drop off your packages. But what if I told you that you can print postage at home without paying a monthly fee? All you need is a PayPal account and a digital scale. You don’t even need an invoice from eBay! Here’s how to create a PayPal shipping label without invoice or eBay transaction.
- PayPal account
- Digital scale
- Clear tape
The Secret PayPal Shipping Label Without Invoice Link
If you already have a PayPal account and a digital scale at home, then all you need is the secret PayPal shipping label link. Unless you’re shipping a package from another service like eBay, it’s almost impossible to find the PayPal shipping label creator link on the PayPal website. So just bookmark the link below for future use:
Just weigh your package using a digital scale, print the label and affix it to your box or envelope using a shipping pouch or clear packing tape.
PayPal Shipping Advantages:
- Save Time: Never wait in line to ship packages at the post office again. Just weigh and measure your packages, affix your labels and drop off your packages.
- Discounted Paypal Shipping Rates: Buying your postage from Paypal won’t just save you time but money too. Paypal has discounted shipping rates from both the USPS and UPS.
Digital Scales & Shipping Supplies
You don’t need a fancy shipping label printer ($70-$300) or clear adhesive mailing label pouches. A regular printer and some cheap clear plastic shipping tape will do the trick. But one item you definitely need is a digital scale capable of weighing packages down to the ounce.
Your bathroom scale won’t work. But check your kitchen before you buy a shipping scale. You might already have a kitchen scale that you can use. If not, you’ll need to invest in a decent digital shipping scale ($20-$100).
PayPal Shipping Label Without Invoice vs USPS Online Shipping
One last thing to mention. You can also create an online United States Postal Service (USPS) account and create shipping labels on their website. But if you are already an Amazon or eBay seller, then it’s usually more convenient to stay within the PayPal system. Plus PayPal also allows you to ship using UPS if necessary. Definitely compare the rates between services before making a decision. Good luck!