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Post Office Parcel offer - Send a parcel up to 2kg for just £2.85

£2.85 @ Post Office
Royal Mail 1st Class Send a parcel up to 1kg for just £3.35 (max. size 45cm x 35cm x 16cm) Aims to be delivered next working day, including Saturdays Royal Mail 2nd Class Send a parcel up to 2kg … Read More
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5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago
Royal Mail 1st Class
Send a parcel up to 1kg for just £3.35 (max. size 45cm x 35cm x 16cm)
Aims to be delivered next working day, including Saturdays
Royal Mail 2nd Class
Send a parcel up to 2kg for just £2.85 (max. size 45cm x 35cm x 16cm)
Aims to be delivered in 2-3 working days, including Saturdays
Whether it's a letter or parcel, you can be confident that your item is in safe hands. You can request a certificate of posting (proof of postage) and every 1st Class and 2nd Class item is covered against loss or damage up to £20 compensation or the value of the item, which ever is lower.

Read more at http://www.postoffice.co.uk/mail/uk-standard#EfdKVid3tBrWo5Pa.99
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3 Likes #1
normal prices aren't they ?
#2
Isn't this just standard price? Well seems to be the same as I've paid for the past year anyways. PS cheaper to buy online at royalmail.com as you save 5p doing it yourself.
3 Likes #3
Myhermes - up to 2kg + tracked + £25 compensation = £2.75
Post office - up to 2kg + no tracking + £20 compensation = £2.85

OP. Can you tell me what's the deal in this?
#4
Is this first class signed for at this price of £3.35 ?
1 Like #5
These are the normal prices all year round
#6
No Deal here guys
#7
Does the OP work in a PO or something,why else post a PO deal that is the usual price X)
#8
Last xmas they let you send 1st class up to 2kg just like 2nd class.
1 Like #9
LJM
45cm x 35cm x16cms is a very very small "parcel" indeed !

That's the standard size even with Hermes for small parcel rate.

Oh you've deleted it,did you think it was mm or something X)

Edited By: deb8z on Nov 30, 2016 08:27
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deb8z
LJM
45cm x 35cm x16cms is a very very small "parcel" indeed !
That's the standard size even with Hermes for small parcel rate.
Oh you've deleted it,did you think it was mm or something X)
It's a bit bigger than I thought lol!
#11
Let the person it is destined for know that they can collect it (eventually (and if they're lucky) )at a time convenient to the PO, sorting office!

Edited By: tinca on Nov 30, 2016 08:42: androided again
#12
deb8z
LJM
45cm x 35cm x16cms is a very very small "parcel" indeed !
That's the standard size even with Hermes for small parcel rate.
Oh you've deleted it,did you think it was mm or something X)

I used to use hermes for <2kg medium parcels, since they copied RM, theres no point in using them anymore unless its heavy or Ireland
1 Like #13
the advert on the site is misleading at best.... send a LARGE item....as long as it fits in a SMALL parcel
#14
splatsplatsplat
deb8z
LJM
45cm x 35cm x16cms is a very very small "parcel" indeed !
That's the standard size even with Hermes for small parcel rate.
Oh you've deleted it,did you think it was mm or something X)
I used to use hermes for <2kg medium parcels, since they copied RM, theres no point in using them anymore unless its heavy or Ireland

You get less scammers with Hermes I find,more people seem to try it on with an RM small parcel and say they never received it .
#15
Can be combined with the new Amex PO "Spend £10, get £5 back" offer out today. Send 3 First class parcels (<1kg each) for a net cost of £5.05 or 4 Second class parcels (<2kg each) for a net cost of £6.40 i(e £1.60 each)
#16
I much prefer hermes. no queues in my local drop shop, tracking that works, and never had a problem with compensation in last 4 years. unlike royal mail.
once hermes even paid compensation....and weeks later still returned the undelivered/lost item. bonus !
#17
stoneblade
Isn't this just standard price? Well seems to be the same as I've paid for the past year anyways. PS cheaper to buy online at royalmail.com as you save 5p doing it yourself.

Will 5p cover for the paper, ink and electricity ?
1 Like #18
Just check what they try and charge you. Ive been overcharged the last few times, challenged them on size/price, and they then realised their "mistake"
1 Like #19
splatsplatsplat
Last xmas they let you send 1st class up to 2kg just like 2nd class.


because at xmas they dont have time to discriminate along class lines.
#20
this is normal, not a deal
#21
RM is a shambles 10pakages have gone missing from my street alone last week and all they do is shoulder shrug at depo
#22
mikiedizzy
RM is a shambles 10pakages have gone missing from my street alone last week and all they do is shoulder shrug at depo

Is your Postie a thief :|
#23
Work in town and I can't believe how many couriers leave packets outside flats/houses/ or just leave calling cards stuck on entry doors to multi occupancy flats....Royal Mail aren't perfect but at least they seem to take security of mail/packets a bit more seriously than some private couriers....oh I nearly forgot...saw a car parked outside a block of flats just two days ago...courier (private) had packets (dozens) all on the passenger seats/back of his estate and all in full view of people walking by and left more or less unsecured whilst he went into each block of flats delivering packets.
He was working for a well know courier (private) but I and many of my work mates couldn't believe our eyes when we saw what he had in his car/estate....and in full view...Laptops....PlayStation ....Tablets....a few well known brands and only glass to prevent them being stolen.
I know couriers are cheap (and cheaper than Royal Mail) but when I look at how this guy was working I think I would sooner use Royal Mail(even with their faults)!
#24
clashpie
Work in town and I can't believe how many couriers leave packets outside flats/houses/ or just leave calling cards stuck on entry doors to multi occupancy flats....Royal Mail aren't perfect but at least they seem to take security of mail/packets a bit more seriously than some private couriers....oh I nearly forgot...saw a car parked outside a block of flats just two days ago...courier (private) had packets (dozens) all on the passenger seats/back of his estate and all in full view of people walking by and left more or less unsecured whilst he went into each block of flats delivering packets.
He was working for a well know courier (private) but I and many of my work mates couldn't believe our eyes when we saw what he had in his car/estate....and in full view...Laptops....PlayStation ....Tablets....a few well known brands and only glass to prevent them being stolen.
I know couriers are cheap (and cheaper than Royal Mail) but when I look at how this guy was working I think I would sooner use Royal Mail(even with their faults)!

Funnily enough I sent a parcel recently that didn't arrive so I chased it up & Hermes said the courier had his van stolen.
#25
I went to send a thimble in a box (slightly wider than 2.5cm) guy at Post Office goes "thats £2.85" - you have got to be joking! I could send a pair of shoes in a box for same price! So stormed out and used a courier...COLD

Wake up Post Office!

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