Shop online and save up to 70% off retail prices and receive fast Free Shipping with delivery to the contiguous 48 states.
Find a complete line of moving supplies for the do-it-yourself mover which you can order online and have them conveniently delivered fast to your front door anywhere in the contiguous 48 states with delivery in 1-3 business days. Our mission is simple - to provide the best selection, at the lowest prices, while maintaining extraordinary customer service. Simply put, Cheap Cheap Moving Boxes.com is the one stop source for quality moving boxes and supplies. We offer fast same day shipping on all orders received before 6 pm local time. Our Cheapest Price on the Web or its Free Guarantee allows you to shop with confidence knowing you are paying the lowest possible price. Our site is designed to allow customers to find their moving supplies needs with just a few clicks. Our moving boxes are specifically designed to make packing and loading easier. We have products to meet all of your moving needs. Whether its boxes, packing tape, bubble wrap or any other type of packing supplies, Cheap Cheap Moving Boxes wants to make moving that much easier for you. We offer free shipping anywhere else in the continental U.S. on all orders over $15.
4.7 out of 5
based on 367 ratings. Please read our Reviews below and on our product detail pages.
Good Boxes & Fast Delivery!
By: Jen S. on September 19, 2013
I ordered my boxes on Monday night and got them on Tuesday morning. Wow! The boxes were great and made my move much easier. Thanks!
Great Seller & Boxes Were Very Good.
By: David B. on September 17, 2013
Boxes were a good quality. Received them the next day. I ordered $300 worth of moving supplies and was happy with all the items. I highly recommend. Having the boxes delivered to my front door was very convenient.
Watch The Video
To learn how to Buy Online and Get Fast Free Shipping In USA!!
What Makes Us #1
- 1-2 Day DeliverySame day shipping for all orders received before 6pm local time and 1-2 Day Delivery.
- Cheapest Price On The Web or its Free Guaranteed
- We’re so sure our prices are the best, we guarantee them with our Cheapest Price on the Web or its Free Guarantee! If you find a current lower published price on-line for the same item, just contact us and we will send you that item for Free. It's that simple. Please note that the competitors price must include 1-2 day shipping. Any taxes or fees are excluded from the prie comparison. Quantities limited to 1 item per customer.
- 90 Day Money Back Guarantee
- Product Guarantee - If you are not satisfied, just return them within (90) days from your delivery arrival date for a full refund. We will credit your card upon receipt by our warehouse.
- Shipping Guarantee - We Guarantee that your our will arrive within the time specified on the UPS delivery Map or you can return / refuse delivery for a full refund.
Top 10 Moving Tips For Movers
- You can save a lot of money if you do the bulk of the packing on your own. Limit yourself to non-fragile items such as books, linens, clothing and shoes; and replaceable items such as plates, dishes (not fine china or expensive silverware), and small kitchen appliances. These items will be cheaper to replace in case of damage as opposed to hiring workers for the extra labor. Leave the furniture, mattresses, and heavy appliances to be packed by the mover.
- The heavier the item, the smaller the box it should occupy. Don't toss everything into one huge box. It will make the hauling much more difficult. A good rule of thumb is if you can't lift the box easily, it's too heavy! Keep the weight of the box under 50lbs and remember to always lift with your knees, not your back.
- You should never let the movers pack your jewelry, family heirlooms, or other priceless items. Should they be lost or damaged, the insurable value will not come anywhere near the value you would place on them. Such items include jewelry, sports memorabilia, photo albums, and various hobby collections. Pack these items yourself and take them with you, either in the car or as carry-on luggage if size allows.
- Get the proper boxes for your items -the right sizes and strengths. Have enough wardrobe boxes, as they'll save you ironing time later. You can pack t-shirts and jeans in suitcases and regular boxes but you don't want to pack your fine clothing such as suits or dresses in the same place. Save space by tossing in shoes at the bottom of the wardrobe box, but be reasonable. Don't let the box become too heavy or susceptible to fallout from the bottom. Purchase the padded dish boxes with dividers to protect your fine china. For your replaceable and non-fragile items, save money by using the free boxes that you can obtain from supermarkets and wrapping the items in old newspaper.
- Take the time to pack everything carefully. It is important for you to buffer and separate the fragile items that you pack with old newspaper, bubble wrap, sheets, blankets, pillows and towels. Wrap each fragile item separately. Fill in empty spaces to minimize movement during transit. Pack plates and glass objects vertically, rather than flat and stacked. Purchase strong tape- not masking tape but either duct tape or the plastic and strapping tape that movers use.
- For the safety of your items, movers are required to inspect each box tendered for shipment. Immediately point out to your mover each and every box that you packed yourself, especially if they're fragile or valuable. The mover will advise you on whether the boxes need to be repacked in sturdier, more appropriate boxes. They have the right to refuse to load any box they deem improperly packed. Any improperly packed boxes must be repacked either by you or the mover. All repacking services are additional costs. However, if you agree to use used boxes, they may give them to you for free. Professional moving companies use only sturdy and reinforced cartons. Although the boxes you can obtain from your neighborhood supermarket may be free, they are not nearly as strong or padded. They are more susceptible to causing damage to your valuables in transit. Keep in mind that movers are not liable for items they didn't pack.
- To protect themselves, movers will not disconnect your major appliances. Before the movers arrive to pack and load, unplug and prep your refrigerator, dishwasher, stove, washer and dryer. Also prep your computer and back-up your important files.
- Movers will not transport living things such as your plants or pets. If you do not wish to give them away, don't forget to prepare them for the move. They will need a "plant/pet suitcase" of their own.
- Movers will not transport or allow you pack hazardous materials. These items include: paint, thinners, solvents, oils, varnishes, firearms and ammunition, bottled gas, propane, lamp oil, anything flammable, explosive or corrosive, motor fuels and oils, nail polish remover, bleach and aerosol cans. Also note that spilled sesame oil leaves a terrible stench on nearby items.
- Make the loading process easier and more organized by designating a room in your home/apartment, preferably the one closest to the door, in which to place all of your boxes. Keep related boxes together since they'll end up in the same room. This will help cut on the carrying time and make the move much more efficient.
Moving is the process of vacating a residence or business
and settling in a different location. A move can be to a nearby location within
the same neighborhood, to a new city, state and sometimes a different country.
The moving process includes packing up all belongings, transferring to the new
home, and unpacking your items. A move
also will require you to perform a number of administrative tasks such as
changing registration data, change of insurance, services etc.
The following are some interesting statistics on moving:
Approximately 20 million people move each
1 out of 5 people move every year.
The average person moves 11 times in a lifetime.
3/4 of all movers are
2/3 of all movers move locally.
1/3 of all people in their 20s move in a given
40 to 50 million people may move this year
On average, a do-it-yourself move can be
accomplished for less than 1/2 the cost of a van-line move.
Nearly 45 percent of all moves occur between
Memorial Day and Labor Day.
Selecting a Mover
If you are moving, here are some helpful tips when selecting a mover:
1. Make sure the carrier is licensed by the Commissioner of Transportation.
2. Get at least three estimates, preferably from the movers doing a physical inspection of your home.
3. Insist the mover provide you with a "Summary of Information".
4. Before anything is moved, make sure the mover has given you an "Order for Service" with a dollar amount of how much you will have to pay at delivery in
order for the mover to deliver all of you goods.
5. Read everything that you sign, and make sure to keep a copy of each document.
6. Make an inventory of all your household goods and include the number of boxes and condition of your furniture.
7. Make sure you understand the liability of the mover. Have the mover explain his or her liability and how you can purchase additional coverage.
8. Schedule your departure and arrival with enough flexibility to allow for possible delays.
9. Advise the mover of telephone numbers and/or addresses where you can be reached en route, or at destination.
10. File a written claim with the mover for loss and/or damage.