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Best / Cheapest Courier to deliver an Xbox 360?

Shakey Mic Avatar
7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
What's the going rate to post an Xbox 360? Does it go by size or weight?
Thanks.
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
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#1
Parcels2Go would be about £8 but would only cover £50,I think its about £11 for a parcel worth morew than £50.

There is also another site called Senditnow something to do with Royal Mail,they nto too bad for prices too,again you need add extra for insurance as their basic insurance covers £25 only,prices start from £3.99 but depends on weight. I would imagine a 360 might be about 3 or4kg?
#2
Interparcel £6.99 plus vat
suspended#3
I have sent loads via parcels to go and they have been very good x Including a xbox 360 and desktop x
#4
Mum2Connor&Cerys
Parcels2Go would be about £8 but would only cover £50,I think its about £11 for a parcel worth morew than £50.

There is also another site called Senditnow something to do with Royal Mail,they nto too bad for prices too,again you need add extra for insurance as their basic insurance covers £25 only,prices start from £3.99 but depends on weight. I would imagine a 360 might be about 3 or4kg?


Just a word about insurance with packages, unless you have the original receipt you will have next to no chance of claiming should it go missing.
I found this to my cost with a crash helmet I sent to someone, it dissapeared, I went to claim and they asked for the original documents and a photograph of it!.....
#5
pugw$sh
Interparcel £6.99 plus vat


You again would need to pay for extra insurance.
#6
mosskeeto
Just a word about insurance with packages, unless you have the original receipt you will have next to no chance of claiming should it go missing.
I found this to my cost with a crash helmet I sent to someone, it dissapeared, I went to claim and they asked for the original documents and a photograph of it!.....


I not claimed before with any courier websites but yes I have found hassle with getting refunds from odd missing parcels from Royal Mail.
I was selling a few bits on here and recently had 2 parcels going missing and it took a lot of phonecalls,Royal Mail wanted proof of value to me and they couldn't quite take it in that other websites apart from eBay have for sale forums,they get confused cos I took Paypal for the parcels.
It was only used items so eventually they coughed up but still a hassle,last time was measly £7 for used puzzle and 2 Meccano toys,they cost maybe £3 to post so how could I be making anything off them? There arguments is they don't pay for profits.

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