Avery® White Shipping Labels with Paper Receipts for Inkjet Printers 88127, 5-1/16" x 7-5/8", Pack of 10

Product Number: 88127
Instead of waiting in line at the post office just go online and get your packages ready to ship with our White Shipping Labels with Paper Receipts. These labels work with most popular shipping software and services such as USPS® Click-N-Ship® and Shipping Assistant®, Stamps.com® Online Postage, UPS.com® and Fedex.com®. Efficient design combines the shipping label and paper receipt onto one sheet, so you’ll never have to waste another label to print the receipt. Labels feature powerful TrueBlock® technology, guaranteed to completely cover up everything underneath so you can reuse boxes, large envelopes and mailing tubes. Shipping has never been easier.
  • Create professional labels quickly and easily for mailing and shipping with receipts
  • Works with popular internet shipping software and services, including USPS® Click-N-Ship® and Shipping Assistant®, Stamps.com® Online Postage, UPS.com® and Fedex.com®
  • TrueBlock® Technology completely covers everything underneath
  • Smudge-free and jam-free for perfect labels every time
  • Customize with free templates at avery.com/print

Price: $6.41

Product Description:
  • 5-1/16" x 7-5/8"
  • Rectangle
  • White
  • Inkjet
  • Permanent-Adhesive
  • 10 Sheets
  • 1 Label per Sheet
  • 10 Total Labels

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(based on 884 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Good for Mailing and Crafts

I use these labels for regular business mailing labels and also as gift cards, crafts, labels for boxes stored in the garage for china and Christmas ornaments - multiple uses all year...Read complete review

I use these labels for regular business mailing labels and also as gift cards, crafts, labels for boxes stored in the garage for china and Christmas ornaments - multiple uses all year long.

You can download templates from Avery, or create your own designs.

I use the mailing labels as is, but cut out various shapes I want for holiday crafts. For example, see Thanksgiving name card with both label and cut-out turkey in photo.

Another use for the labels is to scan the wrapping paper you use for gifts, then print out that design onto labels or Avery foldable cards to custom make gift tags. You can stick the labels onto tissue paper for the gift sack, or tie the card on with ribbons. It takes less than five minutes, and yet your friends know you made a special effort to make their gifts look special.

So flexible and easy to use!

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labels great/website templates suck!

I have always loved Avery labels and have used shipping labels/address labels/and business cards, but I went through I don't know how much ink and paper and labels trying to get the...Read complete review

I have always loved Avery labels and have used shipping labels/address labels/and business cards, but I went through I don't know how much ink and paper and labels trying to get the labels to match the layout on the actual sheet. I follow directions I put in the right numbers and I never have them match like they should. What a waste of my hard earned money!

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(3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
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labels great/website templates suck!

By Shoess

from Frederick, Md

This review is from White Shipping Labels 8163:

I have always loved Avery labels and have used shipping labels/address labels/and business cards, but I went through I don't know how much ink and paper and labels trying to get the labels to match the layout on the actual sheet. I follow directions I put in the right numbers and I never have them match like they should. What a waste of my hard earned money!

(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
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Does not stick to cardboard

By John33

from Undisclosed

This review is from White Internet Shipping Labels 8126:

I have to add tape to these. I may as well of just used paper.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Good for Mailing and Crafts

By AveryLabelsRock

from Undisclosed

This review is from White Shipping Labels 8164:

I use these labels for regular business mailing labels and also as gift cards, crafts, labels for boxes stored in the garage for china and Christmas ornaments - multiple uses all year long.

You can download templates from Avery, or create your own designs.

I use the mailing labels as is, but cut out various shapes I want for holiday crafts. For example, see Thanksgiving name card with both label and cut-out turkey in photo.

Another use for the labels is to scan the wrapping paper you use for gifts, then print out that design onto labels or Avery foldable cards to custom make gift tags. You can stick the labels onto tissue paper for the gift sack, or tie the card on with ribbons. It takes less than five minutes, and yet your friends know you made a special effort to make their gifts look special.

So flexible and easy to use!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Life Saver

By happy101

from Undisclosed

This review is from White Shipping Labels 8163:

After getting the news I had to create a massive amount of lables I knew this is the product to purchase. Avery has always helped me get my job done. It is very easy to use and combined with Avery online--I am done!! Awesome product

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
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Love These Labels

By BigAlice

from Undisclosed

This review is from White Shipping Labels 8164:

I use these labels on a daily basis for both my Accounts Payables and Shipping. The Accounts Payable ones are large enough to include a space to divide out an amount for different office numbers but small enough to fit on an invoice. I also pre-print the logo on a few sheets and then print them in black and white on the local printers to use for mailing/shipping labels. Look as good as if an outside printer had done them.

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