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Weight Limit for one stamp?

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Hi all, I've got 2 very small jiffy bags, that with the item included weighs 112g on my home scales. Can I just stick a stamp on it? or does it need 2 or whatever? Cheers
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5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months ago
Hi all,

I've got 2 very small jiffy bags, that with the item included weighs 112g on my home scales.

Can I just stick a stamp on it?
or does it need 2 or whatever?

Cheers
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5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months ago
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[mod]#1
£1.09 each they will be to post as they will be classed as large letters due to thickness.
#2
How thick are they when packed?
#3
Just measured, 4cm thick at thickest part.

Edited By: doritos on May 17, 2011 12:13
#4
Too heavy & too thick for a standard stamp and too thick for large letter so £1.96 1st class or £1.72 2nd


Edited By: louiseb84 on May 17, 2011 12:15
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doritos
Just measured, 4cm thick at thickest part.


In that case they'd be classed as a packet and £1.96 each. Ow.
#6
Seriously that much to post such a small item?

Royal Mail these days...
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doritos
Seriously that much to post such a small item?

Royal Mail these days...


I know...........don't forget to factor in that it will take them weeks to deliver it...........if at all. X)
#9
I sent 7 tea bags in a white envelope to my mum with a 1st class stamp on it. All she got was a post card saying the item was 12p underpaid and there was a handling fee of £1 , and could she (drive a 15 mile round trip to) pay the surcharge, the envelope would then be delivered within 5 days.
She put their postcard back in a letterbox, and it was delivered to her again yesterday.
Next time she goes out that postcard is going back in a letterbox. :D

lol just read on their site -- What if I don’t pay the fee?
We will return the item to the sender after one week for Recorded Signed For™ items, and after 3 weeks for all other items.


Edited By: chalkysoil on May 17, 2011 12:52: .
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chalkysoil
I sent 7 tea bags in a white envelope to my mum with a 1st class stamp on it. All she got was a post card saying the item was 12p underpaid and there was a handling fee of £1 plus, and could she (drive a 15 mile round trip to) pay the surcharge, the envelope would then be delivered within 5 days.
She put their postcard back in a letterbox, and it was delivered to her again yesterday.
Next time she goes out that postcard is going back in a letterbox. :D


obviously envelope was too thick so hardly RMs fault you didnt put the correct postage on!

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