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What postage method to use?

Serj Avatar
6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
Just a quick Q:

Im wanting to sell an old laptop on ebay (val £~120). I will only be accepting payment via paypal.

To qualify for paypal coverage the parcel needs to be tracked, it will weigh around 4KG.

What service (royal mail) should i use to send it?

To clarify:
-Must be tracked. More specifically must qualify for paypal coverage.
-Insured to £150
-Not too expensive :)

Thanks
Serj Avatar
6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
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#1
Royal Mail Special Delivery.

Or you can use parcel2go, gives all the prices for all the couriers.
#2
lots of couriers will have this included in their exemptions for insurance
#3
I use Royal mail special delivery, check their website for cost.
#4
Special delivery will be £22 !

You are better going with a courier and adding insurance, will be around £10
#5
coerce86
lots of couriers will have this included in their exemptions for insurance


whyyy? & which one to avoid them?
[helper]#6
Parcelforce 48, tracked delivery in 2 days, insured to £150 = £13.50. Any good?
#7
LJM
Parcelforce 48, tracked delivery in 2 days, insured to £150 = £13.50. Any good?


+ £3 cashback :thumbsup:
#9
just posted a an item to a friend down south RM 1st class record and it cost me £8.96 for a 4kg item with insurance upto £41, so add another quid or so
[helper]#10
Disco
just posted a an item to a friend down south RM 1st class record and it cost me £8.96 for a 4kg item with insurance upto £41, so add another quid or so


you cant add another quid or so to increase the insurance level with recorded delivery. The maximum is £41.
#11
Check out payperparcel, I haven't used them in a while but they had less exemptions than parcel2go and an automatic £100 insurance.
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LJM
Parcelforce 48, tracked delivery in 2 days, insured to £150 = £13.50. Any good?


Narkodrom
+ £3 cashback :thumbsup:


+ 9 days to get my 360 to brighton when I sold it

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