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Save 5% on first class stamps @ superdrug £2.22

Caroline72 Avatar
6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
Normally £2.34 for 6 now £2.22 and £4.68 for 12 but now £4.44

Dont know if the stamp prices have gone up yet but if they havent then they will be soon
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6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
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#1
Due to go up in April I believe.
#2
yes, go up on 6th April

http://www.royalmail.com/portal/rm/content1?catId=400147&mediaId=112700772&campaignid=tariff2010_redirect

The 1st Class Letter price will increase to 41p for stamp and meter will remain at 36p.
The 2nd Class Letter price will increase to 32p for stamp and meter will remain at 25p
Royal Mail Special Delivery® Next Day will increase by 10p to £5.05 for mail up to 100g.
#3
Whoopee with the huge amount of money saved ill be rich. Fantastic saving I'm off to Panama for tax reasons. All stamp deals go hot regardless of the cold fact that it's a discount of less than 5% on low cost item.
#4
A small saving perhaps, but would've been handy if I'd known before I spent £30 on them for wedding invitations. Still, thanks, OP! :thumbsup:
#5
Great getting loads fro wedding invites too
How long will these stamps last? Is there an exp date? (I'm guessing so...)
#6
Yojan
A small saving perhaps, but would've been handy if I'd known before I spent £30 on them for wedding invitations. Still, thanks, OP! :thumbsup:


You just saved me some money!! Due to send invites out soon so will pop into town and pick some up!!
#7
musicman
No expiry on stamps as long as they have either 1st or 2nd written on them and not a cost amount in pence.

So these will be fine to use whenever. :thumbsup:


Cool. Thanks for that, Rep added & to op!
#8
musicman
No expiry on stamps as long as they have either 1st or 2nd written on them and not a cost amount in pence.

So these will be fine to use whenever. :thumbsup:


Cost of stamps have not been produced for many years, these stamps will have 1st or 2nd printed on them
banned#9
There was a long discussion on superdrug stamps here ...

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/606969/superdrug-s-selling-1st-class-stamp
#10
Not sure if this is just one of those false facts you hear down the pub, but...

Isn't a stamp as good as cash - so in theory you can pay for a cup of coffee or a bus fare with a stamp? Probably totally untrue but i'm sure I heard it somehwhere... probably down the pub!
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cpandk
Not sure if this is just one of those false facts you hear down the pub, but...

Isn't a stamp as good as cash - so in theory you can pay for a cup of coffee or a bus fare with a stamp? Probably totally untrue but i'm sure I heard it somehwhere... probably down the pub!


I'm not entirely sure but I've heard that myself.

But, all coinage has limits on what you can spend legally in store. it's called something along the lines of maximum usable tender.

£1 unlimited
50p - £10
20p - £10
10p - £5
5p - £5
2p - 20p
1p - 20p

I have a feeling they're not legal tender anymore (as they used to be) due to the fact that there's no price on the stamp whatsoever,

Random fact (that i do know of) - Because the UK created the postage stamp, there's no need / obligation for us to show the price on the stamp itself. All other countries have to show the cost.
#12
There is nothing to stop you paying for items with stamps IF the shop keeper chooses to accept them, however they are not legal tender. legal tender covers bank notes and coins.
#13
go cussssss!
#14
Flombard
Whoopee with the huge amount of money saved ill be rich. Fantastic saving I'm off to Panama for tax reasons. All stamp deals go hot regardless of the cold fact that it's a discount of less than 5% on low cost item.


Well if you know of somewhere else you can earn 5% return on cash POSSIBLY ON THE SAME DAY - you would indeed be rich!

Of course the 5% saving only crystallises when you use the stamp of course

HOWEVER on 6th April the 5% saving increases
1st Stamp now = 39p
1st Stamp then = 41p

So extra 2p earned on 6th April too!

ie the stamp then has 41p value but only cost you 37.05p at SuperDrug = 10.7% return on your "investment" in just 5 weeks = beats any Cash ISA!

MKD
banned#15
Here we go again!

You can buy stamps cheaper than this from a well known internet auction site any day of the week, including postage charges.

COLD!:x
banned#16
bulkomuff
Here we go again!

You can buy stamps cheaper than this from a well known internet auction site any day of the week, including postage charges.

COLD!:x


Genuine unused ones? Or ones that have been used and not franked?
banned#17
SamuraiHQ


But, all coinage has limits on what you can spend legally in store. it's called something along the lines of maximum usable tender.



No it doesn't, you can legally spend any amount. If you try to spend more than the legal tender limits, you are not doing so illegally.
banned#18
SamuraiHQ

Random fact (that i do know of) - Because the UK created the postage stamp, there's no need / obligation for us to show the price on the stamp itself. All other countries have to show the cost.


That "fact" is not true. Look up non-denominated postage.

The US have been doing them for years ... look no prices on them!

http://pe.usps.com/cpim/ftp/manuals/qsg300/q604a.pdf
#19
mk-donald
Well if you know of somewhere else you can earn 5% return on cash POSSIBLY ON THE SAME DAY - you would indeed be rich!

Of course the 5% saving only crystallises when you use the stamp of course

HOWEVER on 6th April the 5% saving increases
1st Stamp now = 39p
1st Stamp then = 41p

So extra 2p earned on 6th April too!

ie the stamp then has 41p value but only cost you 37.05p at SuperDrug = 10.7% return on your "investment" in just 5 weeks = beats any Cash ISA!

MKD


I just saved 75% on a cheese deal from this site paid £4 for £16 worth. I thought savings like that were the point of this site.
#20
hot, just got 36 1st class, 5% didn't apply to second class though.
#21
I dont think your suposed to get any discount on stamps ever, the post office never do them and when this offer is on then they get sold out

These are excluded from the 10-25% mentioned in the vouchers for superdrug
#22
bulkomuff
Here we go again!

You can buy stamps cheaper than this from a well known internet auction site any day of the week, including postage charges.

COLD!:x


If you are lucky.
Just looked at a soon to close auction and someone is selling 43 1st class large letter stamps which are worth £26.23. Current price is £27.27 delivered. Must be laundering some cash.
#23
mk-donald
Well if you know of somewhere else you can earn 5% return on cash POSSIBLY ON THE SAME DAY - you would indeed be rich!

Of course the 5% saving only crystallises when you use the stamp of course

HOWEVER on 6th April the 5% saving increases
1st Stamp now = 39p
1st Stamp then = 41p

So extra 2p earned on 6th April too!

ie the stamp then has 41p value but only cost you 37.05p at SuperDrug = 10.7% return on your "investment" in just 5 weeks = beats any Cash ISA!

MKD


Add 2.5% Greasypalm cashback and knock another penny off - its a 5p/stamp saving - 60p for a book of 12.

Apparently the Large 1st Class also have the 5% off sale - and 2nd class has never been covered. Large stamps are going to be increasing at a higher % - which will cripple my fledgling eBay business further as thats what I use in the main :x

Always wondered about those eBay sellers - now I wonder where they 'picked up' their stamps from?
banned#24
Caroline72
I dont think your suposed to get any discount on stamps ever, the post office never do them and when this offer is on then they get sold out

These are excluded from the 10-25% mentioned in the vouchers for superdrug


Why would the post office need to. If you are in the post office, needing to post something, they are not going to discount the price for you.

Plan ahead, buy from superdrug (or other supermarkets) and get a discount.

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