Find or give away free moving boxes at


Edit Your Comment

  1. ADismalScience says:

    Finally! A housing plan!

  2. uconn says:

    I just tried it & the site was down.

  3. private1111 says:

    yep the site is down……

  4. chiieddy says:

    You can get free cardboard boxes at the local liquor store.

    • David Brodbeck says:

      @chiieddy: That works here in WA, at least. Michigan didn’t have state-run liquor stores, though. I had a tough time getting boxes there. Most grocery stores crushed them so if you weren’t there at 6 am when they did stocking there were usually none to be had. They also told me they no longer gave away egg boxes due to salmonella concerns.

  5. downwithmonstercable says:

    oh man, time to build ninja forts again!

  6. larrymac808 says:

    I used the local Freecycle to get rid of boxes after my last move. I’d imagine Craigslist would work too.

  7. Ash78 ain't got time to bleed says:

    I don’t think I ever throw cardboard boxes away. I usually just flatten ’em and store ’em for later. Or use them for storage or shipping. The best kind of recycling is direct recycling–no energy usage, no waste.

    • Yoko Broke Up The Beatles says:

      I have more empty, flattened cardboard boxes than I need, probably – for the same reasons as you. But, also for me is using them for moving, every 3-5 years. I suppose I’ll probably hang onto a bunch until I buy a house.

      Now, if only people in my apartment garage would use extra cardboard for oil drips, our garage may not look like a sh*thole.

  8. tellervision says:

    Remove the www from the URL:

  9. Macroy says:

    Space Ghost: Well, here’s some boxes. Let’s break those down so that they’ll store properly.

    Zorak: That’s boring!

    Space Ghost: You don’t know from fun. This is responsible!

  10. badhatharry says:

    Yay! Lisa and I can build a fart!