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What is the cheapest way to deliver sold items on ebay

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7y, 1m agoPosted 7 years, 1 month ago
went to post office earlier and 2 packages cost just over £11, are couriers cheaper
i didnt realise royal mail cost so much. I under priced the delivery costs and got about anoth 10 items to send which i will also lose money on

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7y, 1m agoPosted 7 years, 1 month ago
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hiya, depending on size and weight, with parcel libe, you can send a package upto 25kg in weight and upto 1meter all round for £9.79 including vat etc, but smaller items you are better off at the post office, unless it s a few to the same address? regards
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You could check out: http://www.hermes-europe.co.uk which used to be Parcelnet
#4
Thank you guys/girls
#5
You need to have scales so you can weigh the items at home first,have you got any ?
#6
yes i will use them for now on

1 item sold for 50p, i asked £2 postage because i didnt want to rip people off, just weighed it and postage will cost about £6 :-D im good at this
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watugot
yes i will use them for now on

1 item sold for 50p, i asked £2 postage because i didnt want to rip people off, just weighed it and postage will cost about £6 :-D im good at this


50p why didnt you at least list it for 99p,that's still free:w00t:
#8
This is a handy tool once you've weighed the items,it gives you all the choices of postage and their costs.

http://www.seajays.org.uk/postage/
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deb8z
50p why didnt you at least list it for 99p,that's still free:w00t:


it was some inflatable thing out of the Bag of crap you can buy for £5, I was going to bin it but thought someone might like it, Now its cost me another £3.50 to get rid of it
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watugot
it was some inflatable thing out of the Bag of crap you can buy for £5, I was going to bin it but thought someone might like it, Now its cost me another £3.50 to get rid of it


Maybe it'll get lost in the post:w00t: or it's burst so you can't send it lol
#11
deb8z
This is a handy tool once you've weighed the items,it gives you all the choices of postage and their costs.

http://www.seajays.org.uk/postage/


I like that, Might not lose cash on next lot of ebay stuff
#12
watugot
it was some inflatable thing out of the Bag of crap you can buy for £5, I was going to bin it but thought someone might like it, Now its cost me another £3.50 to get rid of it


Charity shop next time lol
#13
deb8z
Charity shop next time lol


nah the nephew, let my sis deal with it
#14
its about time someone on here had a good picture
#15
watugot
its about time someone on here had a good picture


A good picture of what:?
#16
deb8z
A good picture of what:?


a leg
#17
watugot
a leg


Ohhh i wondered what you meant when you said picture,didn't realise you meant the avatar :-D
#18
Either or, i don't mind
#19
sold a load of stuff the other week. used collect +. costs £3.99 flat rate under 10kg.drop off to local shop and can get picked up from a local shop on the other side. best to put this in the advert though as some people get a bit arsey having to travel a few hundred yards to get a parcel, personally i think its easier than having to wait in all day for a parcel!
banned#20
seller paying postage is slowly being phased in across ebay , watch out.

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