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i am posting a gamecube and controllers and cables and have just wrapped in and put it on the scales it is showing 2472 grams and i still have one more layer to put on has anyone any idea as to how mu…
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
i am posting a gamecube and controllers and cables and have just wrapped in and put it on the scales it is showing 2472 grams and i still have one more layer to put on has anyone any idea as to how much this will cost to post thanks sharon
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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#1
infact i might need to find a small box to put it in just to make sure its safe enough, havent posted anything like this before so any advice would be grateful thx
1 Like #3
You might be better with a courier though as its heavy.
1 Like #4
standard parcels is £6.85 as long as it's under 4kg

1st class is £8.22 if under 4kg

and it can't be sent 2nd class as it's too heavy
#5
thanks guys it is a bit bulky but i want to make sure it arrives in one piece! recorded is showing at 8.92!
#7
Hm, decisions. I want to send something through the post. Do I:

a) Go to RoyalMail.co.uk and find out by myself
b) Ask people on a forum, who'll then go to RoyalMail.co.uk and find out for me
c) A combination of the two, and search the forum for the exact same thread as it was posted two days ago, and three days ago, and four days ago, and etc


Hm, decisions.
1 Like #8
I would post it by royal mail recorded delivery to be on the safe side,
[Compensation Tracking Price
Recorded (Signed For) First Class stamps* Delivery Aim 1 Day Up to £36.00 Proof of Delivery £8.94
#9
thanks guys rep added for your help :thumbsup:
1 Like #10
[url]www.parcel2go.com[/url]

£6.79 (+ VAT = £7.81) - will collect tomorrow and delivery within 48 hours (most probably next day). Package will be inusred for £50.
#11
H3AD-HUNT3R
I would post it by royal mail recorded delivery to be on the safe side,
[Compensation Tracking Price
Recorded (Signed For) First Class stamps* Delivery Aim 1 Day Up to £36.00 Proof of Delivery £8.94

yeh think i,m gonna have to go with this one to be safe :thumbsup:
#12
dxx
Hm, decisions. I want to send something through the post. Do I:

a) Go to RoyalMail.co.uk and find out by myself
b) Ask people on a forum, who'll then go to RoyalMail.co.uk and find out for me
c) A combination of the two, and search the forum for the exact same thread as it was posted two days ago, and three days ago, and four days ago, and etc


Hm, decisions.


Because of course RM will give out the prices for parcel2go and their other competitors :roll:
#13
dxx
Hm, decisions. I want to send something through the post. Do I:

a) Go to RoyalMail.co.uk and find out by myself
b) Ask people on a forum, who'll then go to RoyalMail.co.uk and find out for me
c) A combination of the two, and search the forum for the exact same thread as it was posted two days ago, and three days ago, and four days ago, and etc


Hm, decisions.

are you trying to be sarcastic? the reason i asked is for advice as stated i have not sent a parcel of this size before other ppl have and can give me their opinion due to experience.
#14
this is what forums and ppl like me and others are here for to help.

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