8 x 4 x 4" Pink Strawberry Tinted Cupcake Boxes (200/case)

Item #::  XFS844B-195

Ideal size for two mini or jumbo sized cupcakes

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8 x 4 x 4" Pink Strawberry Tinted Cupcake Boxes
    Wholesale Pricing
    1$30.30
    2-4$27.60
    5+$25.30

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

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    Specifications
    Code:  XFS844B-195
    size:  8 x 4 x 4"
    Color / Style:  Pink Strawberry Tinted
    Shipping Weight:  21.00 pounds

    Discounted Price Per Case

    $0.15 each @ 1 case
    $0.14 each @ 2-4 cases
    $0.13 each @ 5+ cases

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    • Boxes are 100% recyclable, compostable, and degradable kraft
    • Made from 100% recycled unbleached materials; natural brown kraft paper interior
    • 1-piece locked corner construction
    • Front and side load available for easy loading/unloading
    • Fully Customizable
    • Various sizes to accommodate all size cupcakes and other baked items
    • Cardboard Thickness (Caliper) 0.018"
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    Q: hi, what is the shipping size of the boxes? artno: XFS844B-195 and XFS84CI-261W thank you

    A: To gather this type of information, you'll have to call in and speak to one of our sales reps.


    Q: Can other goods be placed in these boxes or is it solely for cupcakes?

    A: Although this product is titled a Cupcake Box, you can certainly put cookies, cake, other baked goods or anything else that's smaller than the 8 x 4 x 4" dimensions.



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