shipping cost - send game from england to scotland - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HUKD app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit

shipping cost - send game from england to scotland

£0.00 @
Other than actually going to the post office, what is the best way to know the cost of sending a game CD from from manchester to aberdeen?
rohanp Avatar
2m, 2w agoPosted 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Other than actually going to the post office, what is the best way to know the cost of sending a game CD from from manchester to aberdeen?
rohanp Avatar
2m, 2w agoPosted 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Options

All Responses

(17) Jump to unreadPost an answer
Responses/page:
#1
post office website
#2
same as to send in england
#3
It's a £1 using the post office.
#4
Thanks. I was hoping that someone who has sent one recently can share the price. I assume i will need to send in bubble wrap envelope.
#5
Scotland is in the uk same price as if you sent it to your mate down the road.
#7
As Aberdeen is mainland it'll be the same as local postage. If you know measurements and weight of your parcel/package you can the prices on Royal mail website. Never had any issues myself that calculations weren't right.
#8
Munnypenny
As Aberdeen is mainland it'll be the same as local postage. If you know measurements and weight of your parcel/package you can the prices on Royal mail website. Never had any issues myself that calculations weren't right.

Had one refused because it was 0.1% overweight once (2.002KG), but the P.O. woman who refused it is a complete **** (bottom, in case **** gets censored)..
#9
Gentle_Giant
Munnypenny
As Aberdeen is mainland it'll be the same as local postage. If you know measurements and weight of your parcel/package you can the prices on Royal mail website. Never had any issues myself that calculations weren't right.

Had one refused because it was 0.1% overweight once (2.002KG), but the P.O. woman who refused it is a complete **** (bottom, in case **** gets censored)..


​I think you'll find it's you who is the **** for thinking the rules don't apply to you.
#10
Lol. I can't believe some of the questions on here.
#11
Thanks everyone
#12
Gentle_Giant
Munnypenny
As Aberdeen is mainland it'll be the same as local postage. If you know measurements and weight of your parcel/package you can the prices on Royal mail website. Never had any issues myself that calculations weren't right.
Had one refused because it was 0.1% overweight once (2.002KG), but the P.O. woman who refused it is a complete **** (bottom, in case **** gets censored)..
And what's wrong with that? Why should you be exempt to the rules?
#13
ipswich78
Gentle_Giant
Munnypenny
As Aberdeen is mainland it'll be the same as local postage. If you know measurements and weight of your parcel/package you can the prices on Royal mail website. Never had any issues myself that calculations weren't right.
Had one refused because it was 0.1% overweight once (2.002KG), but the P.O. woman who refused it is a complete **** (bottom, in case **** gets censored)..
And what's wrong with that? Why should you be exempt to the rules?

You really think the calibration on an old set of PO scales is that good??

On my new digital scales the parcel weighed 1.95KG.
#14
Think it's a bit extra for Pony Express. X)
#15
Gentle_Giant
ipswich78
Gentle_Giant
Munnypenny
As Aberdeen is mainland it'll be the same as local postage. If you know measurements and weight of your parcel/package you can the prices on Royal mail website. Never had any issues myself that calculations weren't right.
Had one refused because it was 0.1% overweight once (2.002KG), but the P.O. woman who refused it is a complete **** (bottom, in case **** gets censored)..
And what's wrong with that? Why should you be exempt to the rules?
You really think the calibration on an old set of PO scales is that good??
On my new digital scales the parcel weighed 1.95KG.
I'd imagine their commercial grade scales are more accurate than your £14.99 set from Argos.
#16
ipswich78
Gentle_Giant
ipswich78
Gentle_Giant
Munnypenny
As Aberdeen is mainland it'll be the same as local postage. If you know measurements and weight of your parcel/package you can the prices on Royal mail website. Never had any issues myself that calculations weren't right.
Had one refused because it was 0.1% overweight once (2.002KG), but the P.O. woman who refused it is a complete **** (bottom, in case **** gets censored)..
And what's wrong with that? Why should you be exempt to the rules?
You really think the calibration on an old set of PO scales is that good??
On my new digital scales the parcel weighed 1.95KG.
I'd imagine their commercial grade scales are more accurate than your £14.99 set from Argos.

Scales, at any price, are only as good as their calibration. I have to send my gear off for a certified calibration every year, no sticker on the PO scales saying when the last was done, or when the next was due - I checked all three sets.

0.1% is well inside the min-max error readings for anything other than scientific equipment.
I took it to another PO and their scales read it as 1.97KG.
#17
Gentle_Giant
ipswich78
Gentle_Giant
ipswich78
Gentle_Giant
Munnypenny
As Aberdeen is mainland it'll be the same as local postage. If you know measurements and weight of your parcel/package you can the prices on Royal mail website. Never had any issues myself that calculations weren't right.
Had one refused because it was 0.1% overweight once (2.002KG), but the P.O. woman who refused it is a complete **** (bottom, in case **** gets censored)..
And what's wrong with that? Why should you be exempt to the rules?
You really think the calibration on an old set of PO scales is that good??
On my new digital scales the parcel weighed 1.95KG.
I'd imagine their commercial grade scales are more accurate than your £14.99 set from Argos.
Scales, at any price, are only as good as their calibration. I have to send my gear off for a certified calibration every year, no sticker on the PO scales saying when the last was done, or when the next was due - I checked all three sets.
0.1% is well inside the min-max error readings for anything other than scientific equipment.
I took it to another PO and their scales read it as 1.97KG.
All joking aside I do genuinely see your point. But you could easily argue that either one was over / under. I'm sure you understand why they have to be 'strict' on the break points.

Post an Answer

You don't need an account to leave a response. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Looking for Twitter login?
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!