Sip & Ship

★★★★★
  • 1752 NW Market St

    Seattle, WA 98107

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  • 206-789-4488

About Sip & Ship

Hours
Sat: 8am-5pm, Mon-Thu: 7am-7pm, Fri: 7am-7pm, 11am-4pm

Personal Services

Personal Services
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Usually, with kids in tow, I always get great service at the Sip & Ship. The owners have kids, so they totally get the value of time and make it easy to come in with something to ship. They pack it up for me (often gift wrap it too) and

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★★★★★

Usually, with kids in tow, I always get great service at the Sip & Ship. The owners have kids, so they totally get the value of time and make it easy to come in with something to ship. They pack it up for me (often gift wrap it too) and

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There??s no better place to pick up thoughtful last minute hostess gifts, can??t-find-elsewhere cards for any occasion and gift-wrapping essentials, like Moleskine notebooks, Sweet Petula bath products, and Ballard logoed sweatshirts, bags and tees. Fuel your local errands with a cup of Fair Trade coffee, plus ship all your packages without ever having to step foot in the pesky post office lines. My fave go to hostess gift: Handmade letterpress everyday or thank you cards from hip Portland greeting card designer, Egg Press. Priced for impromptu giving ?? individual cards start at $4.50; boxed sets of six start at $14.

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★★★★★

There??s no better place to pick up thoughtful last minute hostess gifts, can??t-find-elsewhere cards for any occasion and gift-wrapping essentials, like Moleskine notebooks, Sweet Petula bath products, and Ballard logoed sweatshirts, bags and tees. Fuel your local errands with a cup of Fair Trade coffee, plus ship all your packages without ever having to step foot in the pesky post office lines. My fave go to hostess gift: Handmade letterpress everyday or thank you cards from hip Portland greeting card designer, Egg Press. Priced for impromptu giving ?? individual cards start at $4.50; boxed sets of six start at $14.

Pros: friendliest staff in town, unique gift items, free WiFi

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In the heart of Ballard, Sip and Ship allows you to ship packages, sip on a good cup of coffee, and even purchase souvenirs that advertise Ballard and other Seattle attractions. Strollers and young ones are also welcome-- upstairs they have toys and books for the kids!

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★★★★★

In the heart of Ballard, Sip and Ship allows you to ship packages, sip on a good cup of coffee, and even purchase souvenirs that advertise Ballard and other Seattle attractions. Strollers and young ones are also welcome-- upstairs they have toys and books for the kids!

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I was absolutely thrilled to see Ballard Sip & Ship was open at 6:30 pm one Saturday after finding out the neighboring FedEx Kinkos was closed. I needed to print an assignment for class the following Monday. I was greeted by a young smiling guy who informed me that they do print!

Then an older guy, not so smiley said "Oh from your email? We can't do that" after Mr. Smiley asked Mr. Grumpy if I could email it to them from my laptop I was up and running.

I sent the email, and looked around the cute shop while I waited. I asked Mr. Grumpy who seemed to be the owner how much it was to print per page, he said $0.25/ page. I was okay with that so I continued to wait.
He finished printing them and handed all 40 pages to me. He said there wasn't a page counter (he didn't want to count them) and estimated it to be 41, he was only off by one.

But then I looked at my document and the printer had mangled the tops of the pages, creating a little fold in the middle of each sheet. I showed the problem to Mr. Grumpy explaining that I had to turn them in. He said well I didn't know you had to turn them in... the printer does that sometimes. You will just have to get it photo copied somewhere, you might try Kinkos.

I left and in the car noticed my receipt also had an extra $2 charge for "packing materials" which I didn't purchase.

If customer service and accurate pricing is important to you DONT GO to Ballard Sip & Ship.

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I was absolutely thrilled to see Ballard Sip & Ship was open at 6:30 pm one Saturday after finding out the neighboring FedEx Kinkos was closed. I needed to print an assignment for class the following Monday. I was greeted by a young smiling guy who informed me that they do print!

Then an older guy, not so smiley said "Oh from your email? We can't do that" after Mr. Smiley asked Mr. Grumpy if I could email it to them from my laptop I was up and running.

I sent the email, and looked around the cute shop while I waited. I asked Mr. Grumpy who seemed to be the owner how much it was to print per page, he said $0.25/ page. I was okay with that so I continued to wait.
He finished printing them and handed all 40 pages to me. He said there wasn't a page counter (he didn't want to count them) and estimated it to be 41, he was only off by one.

But then I looked at my document and the printer had mangled the tops of the pages, creating a little fold in the middle of each sheet. I showed the problem to Mr. Grumpy explaining that I had to turn them in. He said well I didn't know you had to turn them in... the printer does that sometimes. You will just have to get it photo copied somewhere, you might try Kinkos.

I left and in the car noticed my receipt also had an extra $2 charge for "packing materials" which I didn't purchase.

If customer service and accurate pricing is important to you DONT GO to Ballard Sip & Ship.

Pros: Convenient location, good hours, friendly staff

Cons: Owner does not understand customer service, quality of products

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I'll start with food. The quiche is fantastic and the cinnamon rolls are even better. I had the capuccino and loved it.

The gift ideas are what I liked most. They carry high-quality gifts from Scandanavia and Germany, and also humorous magnets and cards. You can get BALLARD t-shirts and sweatshirts from 6 mos (onesies) to XXL. And of course you can ship things out right there in the store.

The staff is one of the most friendly I've encountered.

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★★★★★

I'll start with food. The quiche is fantastic and the cinnamon rolls are even better. I had the capuccino and loved it.

The gift ideas are what I liked most. They carry high-quality gifts from Scandanavia and Germany, and also humorous magnets and cards. You can get BALLARD t-shirts and sweatshirts from 6 mos (onesies) to XXL. And of course you can ship things out right there in the store.

The staff is one of the most friendly I've encountered.

Pros: Great coffee and food, wonderful staff, excellent gift variety

Cons: Limited parking, some gifts are way overpriced

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Rightfully known as Ballard's "Sip-n-Ship," I used to frequent this place during my lunch breaks to pick up a coffee and take care of odds and ends with my home based business. At the time, my schedule was pretty chaotic, and Sip-n-Ship made it a little less so by giving me a place to rest my legs, pick up a latte, have a sandwich, pick up a gift and ship out whatever I needed to, all in one place! They have delicious soups and sandwiches, a cozy little area to lay on a couch and read upstairs (complete with a bookshelf full of things to read, including storybooks so it's kid-friendly). They even have a mini-storefront where they sell all kinds of cute items (cards, toys, beauty products, frames, clothes). If it wasn't for this place I don't think I would have survived at my job as long as I did.

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★★★★★

Rightfully known as Ballard's "Sip-n-Ship," I used to frequent this place during my lunch breaks to pick up a coffee and take care of odds and ends with my home based business. At the time, my schedule was pretty chaotic, and Sip-n-Ship made it a little less so by giving me a place to rest my legs, pick up a latte, have a sandwich, pick up a gift and ship out whatever I needed to, all in one place! They have delicious soups and sandwiches, a cozy little area to lay on a couch and read upstairs (complete with a bookshelf full of things to read, including storybooks so it's kid-friendly). They even have a mini-storefront where they sell all kinds of cute items (cards, toys, beauty products, frames, clothes). If it wasn't for this place I don't think I would have survived at my job as long as I did.

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Everytime I have some mailing projects to do I go here. Not only can you get all your mailing needs met but can have a great luch at the same time. The quiche is outstanding. Full of great flavors.

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Everytime I have some mailing projects to do I go here. Not only can you get all your mailing needs met but can have a great luch at the same time. The quiche is outstanding. Full of great flavors.

Pros: great service, best quiche, mailing service

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Mail services center doubles as coffee house, combining overnight shipping and mail collection with lattes and pastries.

 

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