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Cheapest way to send a parcel abroad

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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
I would like to send a 10kg parcel to India. I know only Royal mail. Is there anything else cheaper out there?

Any help is greatly apppreciated.
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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[URL="www.parcel2go.com"]Try this[/URL]
#2
Thank you. :thumbsup:

£91.82 whereas Royal Mail quotes £110.

Think I might just put a bit more and buy a flight ticket. :thinking:
banned 1 Like #3
Try interlink, our company used to use them, let me know what they are quoting you and I can probably ask one of my ex -collegues or an acq at Interlink to quote you better or probably give you a contact person's name ?

We used to ship to Pakistan for about 85 quids, India should be about the same, is it City or a countryside
banned#4
DHL could be another option, but they might be more expensive ?
#5
dontdothatagain
[URL="www.parcel2go.com"]Try this[/URL]


Sent a parcel to the US earlier this week with Parcel2go (cost £40ish). Fedex picked it up Tuesday lunchtime, and it was delivered Wednesday morning :thumbsup:

I could put a letter to my neighbour in the postbox at the bottom of the road, and it would probably take longet than that :-D
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Dell_in_the_bed;2453429
Try interlink, our company used to use them, let me know what they are quoting you and I can probably ask one of my ex -collegues or an acq at Interlink to quote you better or probably give you a contact person's name ?

Rang them. The lady asked about what I am sending, which was gifts, clothes, toys etc.
Sorry we don't deliver personal items. Only business parcels, she said. Is that right or did I ring the wrong place. I did ring a 0500 number on their website. :thinking:
Dell_in_the_bed;2453429

is it City or a countryside

City.
Thanks so much for your help anyway. :thumbsup:
banned#7
Marina
Rang them. The lady asked about what I am sending, which was gifts, clothes, toys etc.
Sorry we don't deliver personal items. Only business parcels, she said. Is that right or did I ring the wrong place. I did ring a 0500 number on their website. :thinking:

City.
Thanks so much for your help anyway. :thumbsup:


Just spoke with one of the friends at old office, he has given me this number 0845 130 4099. I am sorry did not realise that they do not book orders for consumers. I would have called to get you a better price, but if they dont deliver for consumers than I thikn there will not be much point in doing so, sorry friend
1 Like #10
I found Interparcel really good. They give you various quotes with different companies. Go through quidco as well.
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Dell_in_the_bed;2453785
Just spoke with one of the friends at old office, he has given me this number 0845 130 4099. I am sorry did not realise that they do not book orders for consumers. I would have called to get you a better price, but if they dont deliver for consumers than I thikn there will not be much point in doing so, sorry friend

No problem friend :friends:

Thanks for the effort :thumbsup:
#12
Nice to everyone helping :p
#13
loveabargain;2454024
I found Interparcel really good. They give you various quotes with different companies. Go through quidco as well.

Thanks. Rep to you:thumbsup:
Quotes are £100 upwards. I am definitely flying :-D
#14

Thanks I am gonna try them next :thumbsup:
#15
let usknow which is best for future reference :)
#16
Sure.
For £500 I can hand deliver goods anyday and visit my family in the process ;-)
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banned#18
Cargo To India, works out to be cheaper than any company, their delivery takes a about two weeks, but prices are cheaper.

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