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POSTING A PS3. WHICH COURIER???

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6y, 6m agoPosted 6 years, 6 months ago
I NEED TO SEND A PS3 I SOLD, ANY IDEAS WHICH COURIER IS THE CHEAPEST TO SEND , NEEDS TO TRACKABLE, AND INSURED.
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6y, 6m agoPosted 6 years, 6 months ago
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#1
Always go with RM take to the post office and do it over the counter - get all the insurance you need..

my mate has only just got his PC back from parcel monkey after it was lost for 3 months to'ing and fro'ing up and down the country to different depots...
#2
DO YOU FEEL THE NEED TO POST IN CAPITALS
#3
I've used Parcel2Go and found them to be efficient. I just used the cheapest method, which uses the Home Delivery Network. I actually have the parcels collected from my work address without any problem. It worked out cheaper than Royal Mail and they came to collect from me rather than me having to go to a Post Office and queue
#4
I use Interparcel - tend to go with UPS or DHL - never had a problem.
#5
Anyone used parcel monkey? they seem cheap and have a next day service cheaper than royal mail.
#6
No, no-one's used Parcel Monkey. You will be treading new ground on this one, just as you are with this "Oh lol, how do I send something" thread.
#7
DE4L3R
Anyone used parcel monkey? they seem cheap and have a next day service cheaper than royal mail.


I used them only the other day, for the exact same thing. They use city link.

All went fine.
#8
im a postman, i know how to send, dont know how to deliver ,lol. just trying to see the cheapest option, coz people on here sell all the time, so thought i'd pick their brains this morning.
[mod]#9
used parcel monkey numerous times - no problems
banned#10
I used Parcelforce 48 to post my 360. Took 10 days.
#11
simone10
I've used Parcel2Go and found them to be efficient. I just used the cheapest method, which uses the Home Delivery Network. I actually have the parcels collected from my work address without any problem. It worked out cheaper than Royal Mail and they came to collect from me rather than me having to go to a Post Office and queue

can you please send me a link to their website and how many days does it take to deliever?
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mankhan786
can you please send me a link to their website and how many days does it take to deliever?

Around 3 years & 10 months.

Could you really not find [ http://parcel2go.com ]?
#13
mankhan786
simone10
I've used Parcel2Go and found them to be efficient. I just used the cheapest method, which uses the Home Delivery Network. I actually have the parcels collected from my work address without any problem. It worked out cheaper than Royal Mail and they came to collect from me rather than me having to go to a Post Office and queue

can you please send me a link to their website and how many days does it take to deliever?

he posted that 4 years ago!
#14
to be fair he sent it with yodel and its only just arrived

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