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100 x Single Wall Shipping Cardboard Boxes 8x6x4" £16.89 - 17p each + free delivery @ Amazon (Dispatched from and sold by PolyPostalBags.)
100 x Single Wall Shipping Cardboard Boxes 8x6x4" £16.89 - 17p each + free delivery @ Amazon (Dispatched from and sold by PolyPostalBags.)

100 x Single Wall Shipping Cardboard Boxes 8x6x4" £16.89 - 17p each + free delivery @ Amazon (Dispatched from and sold by PolyPostalBags.)

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God knows how much the post office charge for one box - probably £4!!

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seems a very pointless size box and post office would charge you £3.90 for second class registered post given thickness

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dodgymix

seems a very pointless size box and post office would charge you £3.90 … seems a very pointless size box and post office would charge you £3.90 for second class registered post given thickness



Maybe people use other couriers - ever think of that?!!

KareemSaid

Maybe people use other couriers - ever think of that?!!


Who? non are particular cheap.

cold ask around your local markets to keep some for u, never pay for this

Thanks.

And to save others converting as I had to: 20.32 x 15.24 x 10.16cm

dodgymix

seems a very pointless size box and post office would charge you £3.90 … seems a very pointless size box and post office would charge you £3.90 for second class registered post given thickness


It would have to be 7.6cm shallower to be large letter and cheaper. Or are you saying it should be bigger to take advantage of the full small parcel size?

Banned

if you cant make a box 7.6cm smaller than you need better knife skills, nearly all items that i need boxes for are either free from local supermarkets or such, or reused from getting sent things from ebay or other retailers, than custom re-cut to whatever size i need for what im packing

and ofc the price of shipping dont matter anyways your add it on to the selling cost so why should it bother you what the post office charges for the shipping, as with the fees should be factored in to cost to buyer already

dodgymix

seems a very pointless size box and post office would charge you £3.90 … seems a very pointless size box and post office would charge you £3.90 for second class registered post given thickness


Original Poster

dodgymix

Who? non are particular cheap.



Myhermes charge £2.79 2KG fully tracked and insured up to £20. Have sent over 750 and only 5 have gone missing or damaged. A lot better ratio than RM

Guess there's just a lot of unlucky / idiots on here haha!

o192

if you cant make a box 7.6cm smaller than you need better knife skills, … if you cant make a box 7.6cm smaller than you need better knife skills, nearly all items that i need boxes for are either free from local supermarkets or such, or reused from getting sent things from ebay or other retailers, than custom re-cut to whatever size i need for what im packing and ofc the price of shipping dont matter anyways your add it on to the selling cost so why should it bother you what the post office charges for the shipping, as with the fees should be factored in to cost to buyer already


depending on the items if postage is too high people wont buy so it pushes the price down / makes it pointless selling it.
just a very off size box IMHO.

Too big for DVDs / Cds / Games.. to small for most other things

Boxes are F, R double E at Home Base and other hardware stores. I do however buy sealed poly bags for shipping clothing/insoles etc.

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supermamcam

Boxes are F, R double E at Home Base and other hardware stores. I do … Boxes are F, R double E at Home Base and other hardware stores. I do however buy sealed poly bags for shipping clothing/insoles etc.



Eh?!! Homebase give away free boxes do they? Hmm - why don't you post it as a deal then?

Nice pic BTW -smug selfie satisfied? AKA S double S!!!

Already posted.

machomansavage

cold ask around your local markets to keep some for u, never pay for this



No one has time for that nowadays maybe if you live in the countryside
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