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Sending a Parcel to Spain

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I need to send a parcel to Madrid ( Christmas pressies ) and I dont have a clue which is the best parcel / courier company to use. If anyone has any info or tips I would be really grateful. Read More
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7y, 6m agoPosted 7 years, 6 months ago
I need to send a parcel to Madrid ( Christmas pressies ) and I dont have a clue which is the best parcel / courier company to use.

If anyone has any info or tips I would be really grateful.
loulou11 Avatar
7y, 6m agoPosted 7 years, 6 months ago
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I use Interparcel for large parcels (usually DHL Europlus) - costs about £20 up to about 6kg or so. Anything below 2kg can go by Royal Mail though, which would be cheaper.
1 Like #3
Try parcel2go for a quote last time cost me around £17.99+VAT but also check RM as they may cheaper, depends how heavy really.
1 Like #4
you can send up to 2 Kg with R Mail .. ususally quite quick delivery :)
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Thank you all so much

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#6
Depends how much you are wanting to spend of postal services.

And what weight..

I have used Royal Mail, International signed for, before and its been fine.
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RickT
Depends how much you are wanting to spend of postal services.

And what weight..

I have used Royal Mail, International signed for, before and its been fine.


i use this for my ebay account sending abroad - have sent to most of europe with no problems at all . plus it's pretty cheap
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RickT
Depends how much you are wanting to spend of postal services.

And what weight..

I have used Royal Mail, International signed for, before and its been fine.


Correct but just a quick point - Int Signed for is not necessary if the item is Christmas Presents and worth less that £30. Waste of money because its unlikely the recipients are going to lie and deny receiving them when they actually have. (necessary for ebay stuff though).

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