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the best way to post a largeish heavy parcel

tatemze Avatar
7y, 17h agoPosted 7 years, 17 hours ago
I have some smallish ornaments on sale here and someone wants 5, I think I could send them as a lot using royal mail standard parcels for either £7ish or £10ish (depending on whether they weigh over or under 4kg, i rekkon theyl weigh around 4kg) but is there a way of sending them using courier thats cheaper , Iv never used a courier before, I wouldnt know who to ring. The buyer mentioned parcels to go but wen i asked google it came up with a few warning threads from other sites. what do yourecommend? any help ismuch appreciated
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7y, 17h agoPosted 7 years, 17 hours ago
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#1
parcel2go

is recommended alot here.
#2
DO NOT USE MYHERMES! Had nothing but trouble with them with parcels they have lost.
#3
nkje02
DO NOT USE MYHERMES! Had nothing but trouble with them with parcels they have lost.


ok :thumbsup:
#4
I've used collect+ successfully, only £4 but not high insurance , up to 10kg & the size of carry on luggage roughly. & delivered to a store near your delivery address.
For bigger parcels, I use payperparcel.
#5
Ive used collect+, and payperparcel
collect+ are meant for smaller items, payperparcel is gr8 for the bigger stuff, I sent a huge pond vac from cornwall to scarborough, got there next day for £7
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JayIce
Ive used collect+, and payperparcel
collect+ are meant for smaller items, payperparcel is gr8 for the bigger stuff, I sent a huge pond vac from cornwall to scarborough, got there next day for £7


reasonl
I've used collect+ successfully, only £4 but not high insurance , up to 10kg & the size of carry on luggage roughly. & delivered to a store near your delivery address.
For bigger parcels, I use payperparcel.


collect+ sound ok, the lot only come to about 10inches square so I presume that would be ok for them, and the parcel is only worth about £35 so itd seem a goer :thumbsup:

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