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Party Dots Medium Gable Boxes 8 x 4.88 x 5.25" (100/case)

Item #::  B41021

Ideal Box that is great for Lunch, Bakery, Gift, or Holiday Boxes

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Party Dots Medium Gable Boxes 8 x 4.88 x 5.25"
    Wholesale Pricing
    1$90.92
    2-4$83.92
    5+$77.93

    Product has been discontinued. Use the back button to check out the alternative products, or give us a call 9AM-5PM EST.

    NOTE: For orders of 10 cases or more call us at 888-321-2248

    Product has been discontinued. Use the back button to check out the alternative products, or give us a call 9AM-5PM EST.

    Specifications
    Code:  B41021
    size:  8 x 4-7/8 x 5-1/4
    Color / Style:  Party Dots
    Shipping Weight:  19.00 pounds

    Discounted Price Per Case

    $0.91 each @ 1 case
    $0.84 each @ 2-4 cases
    $0.78 each @ 5+ cases
    • There is a variety of colored dots arranged on the outside of this green gable handled box
    • The interior dimensions are 8" x 4.88" x 5.25" which excludes the gable handled top
    • Box with a handle that is great for gift retailers, boxed lunches, to-go items, bakeries, etc. (FDA approved for direct food contact)
    • This gable box has a handy handle with locking tabs for convenient secure carrying
    • Pop-up design one piece box that is quick to assemble with a semi-automatic bottom
    • Folds flat and ships flat for practical shipping and storage
    • Fully customizable - ink printed or hot stamped with your logo!
    • Post consumer material, 100% recyclable paperboard/cardboard
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