180 First Class Stamps £97.99 (54p each) @ Costco Online - Use Code SAVE15
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180 First Class Stamps £97.99 (54p each) @ Costco Online - Use Code SAVE15

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Found 20th Mar
Currently a First Class Stamp cost 65p, although Costco always sell them a little bit cheaper. Use the SAVE15 code to get them cheaper still!

From 27 March, the price of a First Class Stamp will increase by 2p to 67p,
If you use a lot of stamps, here's a way to beat the price increase and get the substantial discount.

Use Code SAVE15 to get this price
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kamenitzabrit5 m ago

I sell stuff on ebay - I don't know anyone who pays more than about 35p …I sell stuff on ebay - I don't know anyone who pays more than about 35p for first or second class postage, letter rate, perhaps 40p if they are really stuck and have to buy a few in emergency, and I certainly don't have to fork out nearly a hundred pounds at a time either.Your idea of a 'substantial discount'; is somewhat laughable - maybe good for old ladies who shop with Costco and want to keep some stamps for sending birthday cards to relatives.I expect those who use a lot of stamps will already have their sources, but be interesting to see what others pay.


This being a deal site and all. Maybe worth while sharing your secret instead of boasting about it.
RiverDragon843 m ago

I've been using them for years and never had a problem. Normally buy 50 …I've been using them for years and never had a problem. Normally buy 50 2nd class stamps for around £10. If I need to post a large letter I'll put 2 stamps on.


Not really a reason to dispute this deal though, as the person above was doing.

You may as well reply to every other deal with "cold. I pay £0 by simply walking in to a shop and taking what I want without paying for it".
Interestingly, the seller of these "used but new" stamps on ebay gets the following feedback on their shop:

"This was sent to me using fraudulent postage so I ended up paying another £3"

"Item arrived 9 days late, didn't even pay the postage! Avoid seller !!"

Maybe they don't work too well...
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I sell stuff on ebay - I don't know anyone who pays more than about 35p for first or second class postage, letter rate, perhaps 40p if they are really stuck and have to buy a few in emergency, and I certainly don't have to fork out nearly a hundred pounds at a time either.

Your idea of a 'substantial discount'; is somewhat laughable - maybe good for old ladies who shop with Costco and want to keep some stamps for sending birthday cards to relatives.
I expect those who use a lot of stamps will already have their sources, but be interesting to see what others pay.
How would you pay 35p for first class?
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kamenitzabrit4 m ago

I sell stuff on ebay - I don't know anyone who pays more than about 35p …I sell stuff on ebay - I don't know anyone who pays more than about 35p for first or second class postage, letter rate, perhaps 40p if they are really stuck and have to buy a few in emergency, and I certainly don't have to fork out nearly a hundred pounds at a time either.Your idea of a 'substantial discount'; is somewhat laughable - maybe good for old ladies who shop with Costco and want to keep some stamps for sending birthday cards to relatives.I expect those who use a lot of stamps will already have their sources, but be interesting to see what others pay.


Have you got a link to where I can buy First Class stamps at 35p, please?
kamenitzabrit5 m ago

I sell stuff on ebay - I don't know anyone who pays more than about 35p …I sell stuff on ebay - I don't know anyone who pays more than about 35p for first or second class postage, letter rate, perhaps 40p if they are really stuck and have to buy a few in emergency, and I certainly don't have to fork out nearly a hundred pounds at a time either.Your idea of a 'substantial discount'; is somewhat laughable - maybe good for old ladies who shop with Costco and want to keep some stamps for sending birthday cards to relatives.I expect those who use a lot of stamps will already have their sources, but be interesting to see what others pay.


This being a deal site and all. Maybe worth while sharing your secret instead of boasting about it.
kamenitzabrit6 m ago

I sell stuff on ebay - I don't know anyone who pays more than about 35p …I sell stuff on ebay - I don't know anyone who pays more than about 35p for first or second class postage, letter rate, perhaps 40p if they are really stuck and have to buy a few in emergency, and I certainly don't have to fork out nearly a hundred pounds at a time either.Your idea of a 'substantial discount'; is somewhat laughable - maybe good for old ladies who shop with Costco and want to keep some stamps for sending birthday cards to relatives.I expect those who use a lot of stamps will already have their sources, but be interesting to see what others pay.


More details please?!

I would love to knowwhere to get legal stamps for 35p
Edited by: "sicklysweet" 20th Mar
Got a feeling its those "unfranked". Legally can't be used via Royal Mail:

ebay.co.uk/itm…ozQ
turkeytime4 m ago

Got a feeling its those "unfranked". Legally can't be used via Royal …Got a feeling its those "unfranked". Legally can't be used via Royal Mail:https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Royal-Mail-Unfranked-Stamps-1st-2nd-Standard-Large-With-Gum-No-Gum/272691913920?hash=item3f7db464c0:m:mwziXJBsn3FWWExC2oolozQ


I've been using them for years and never had a problem. Normally buy 50 2nd class stamps for around £10. If I need to post a large letter I'll put 2 stamps on.
Edited by: "RiverDragon8" 20th Mar
RiverDragon81 m ago

I've been using them for years and never had a problem.


I'm not saying you should or shouldn't. But it is illegal
It would take me 180 odd years to use them
turkeytime7 m ago

I'm not saying you should or shouldn't. But it is illegal


I know it is, but it's my choice, my conscience is clear.
Edited by: "RiverDragon8" 20th Mar
i never understood how ebay allow these sales of used stamps to continue when its clearly illegal
RiverDragon812 m ago

I know it is, but it's my choice, my conscience is clear.


It shouldn’t be clear.
kamenitzabrit53 m ago

I sell stuff on ebay - I don't know anyone who pays more than about 35p …I sell stuff on ebay - I don't know anyone who pays more than about 35p for first or second class postage, letter rate, perhaps 40p if they are really stuck and have to buy a few in emergency, and I certainly don't have to fork out nearly a hundred pounds at a time either.Your idea of a 'substantial discount'; is somewhat laughable - maybe good for old ladies who shop with Costco and want to keep some stamps for sending birthday cards to relatives.I expect those who use a lot of stamps will already have their sources, but be interesting to see what others pay.


If you're on the receiving end of a used stamp, you'll be charged the full value plus a £1.20 handling fee. Not sure whether your eBay customers would be too chuffed.
Interestingly, the seller of these "used but new" stamps on ebay gets the following feedback on their shop:

"This was sent to me using fraudulent postage so I ended up paying another £3"

"Item arrived 9 days late, didn't even pay the postage! Avoid seller !!"

Maybe they don't work too well...
RiverDragon843 m ago

I've been using them for years and never had a problem. Normally buy 50 …I've been using them for years and never had a problem. Normally buy 50 2nd class stamps for around £10. If I need to post a large letter I'll put 2 stamps on.


Not really a reason to dispute this deal though, as the person above was doing.

You may as well reply to every other deal with "cold. I pay £0 by simply walking in to a shop and taking what I want without paying for it".
yas21228 m ago

i never understood how ebay allow these sales of used stamps to continue …i never understood how ebay allow these sales of used stamps to continue when its clearly illegal


If you had seen how seller sfiddle with inflating their bidding prices and ebay turning a blind eye, you wouldn't be surprised. Money talks! What does ebay care? I set an asking price of £10, they notified me that someone would want to pay £5.66. I might as well give them away outside my house! In the end, I told the buyer to come and collect. He said he couldn't as I live in SE and he lived in Scotland.
I remember the days when these were 22 p.. and seconds were 18 p...

Should have bought a truck load in the 80s...

Warm.

Thanks.
Ondancetron6 m ago

Not really a reason to dispute this deal though, as the person above was …Not really a reason to dispute this deal though, as the person above was doing.You may as well reply to every other deal with "cold. I pay £0 by simply walking in to a shop and taking what I want without paying for it".


I'm not disputing anything. All I said was I buy those used stamps from eBay.
Just buy load now. They will go up in price 20 years time 😁
hammax1 h, 7 m ago

SOLVED: I found a link to 2007


2007
Rogier_Arpignot43 m ago

It shouldn’t be clear.


Yeah, very odd logic. I wonder if the same can be applied to drink driving, etc

I was clear in my conscience guv 🚓 hic
Edited by: "marcgreen11" 20th Mar
Can't believe no one has typed stamps are legal tender yet.

You are basically buying free money!

(Oh there is so much wrong with that last sentence, Dave Gorman would have get at least 20 minutes out of that )

P.S stamps are not legal tender.
Edited by: "davidrobertedwards" 20th Mar
Where abouts on an email do you put a stamp?
RiverDragon814 m ago

I'm not disputing anything. All I said was I buy those used stamps from …I'm not disputing anything. All I said was I buy those used stamps from eBay.


It's illegal, I hope you're aware of that..

Just my tuppence worth.

I'll get my coat..
sicklysweet1 h, 28 m ago

I would love to knowwhere to get legal stamps for 35p


I got my last lot of 1st class stamps (all perfectly legal stamps & legally bought) using a £15 off £50 deal @ Esso/ Amex. £10 of diesel, £15 off £40 = 40.6p for the 65p 1st class stamps.
I get mine all for free. I rip off the unstamped ones
First Class Stamps are 65p!?
turkeytime47 m ago

If you're on the receiving end of a used stamp, you'll be charged the full …If you're on the receiving end of a used stamp, you'll be charged the full value plus a £1.20 handling fee. Not sure whether your eBay customers would be too chuffed.


Who said they're used - several people on here should use their time to investigate where to buy cheap stamps, the way I had to do, rather than throwing accusations around which are a load of rubbish.
I buy brand new unused stamps which have never been stuck on anything.
luvsadealdealdeal6 m ago

I got my last lot of 1st class stamps (all perfectly legal stamps & …I got my last lot of 1st class stamps (all perfectly legal stamps & legally bought) using a £15 off £50 deal @ Esso/ Amex. £10 of diesel, £15 off £40 = 40.6p for the 65p 1st class stamps.


It gets even better with Amex Shop Small, where you can get £5 off a book of 1st and a book of 2nd class stamps, was £10.44 with a fiver off = nearly half price stamps

Another good reason to get a couple of Amex cards
HOTPOT12 m ago

Where abouts on an email do you put a stamp?


Usually on the right hand corner of the front.

Hope that helps.

I'll get my coat..
The deal is for Costco not eBay.

Who cares about stamps you can buy on eBay?
hammax1 h, 37 m ago

SOLVED: I found a link to 2007



Instead of posting expensive 'deals', perhaps use your time to source cheaper stamps - that is what I had to do, and what anyone can do,.
I buy them online and use them to send stuff all over the world - I pay around half price, so postage to the usa is about 60p instead of £1.17. That extra money helps feed my family, so do you think I am going to tell everyone exactly where I buy them ?
Anyone can find them and buy them the way I and many others do, but there is not an unlimited supply, so if too many people find my source, then I will have to close my business.

If anyone else wants to make smart comments, I suggest you go down to your nearest open air market and ask one of the guys where he buys his stock from, or ask the owner of your nearest pound shop where his wholesaler is, so you can open a shop and undercut him.
I depend on my supplies for business, but anyone with any brains can investigate and do the same, instead of sitting behind a keyboard expecting someone else to do the work for them.
yas2121 h, 9 m ago

i never understood how ebay allow these sales of used stamps to continue …i never understood how ebay allow these sales of used stamps to continue when its clearly illegal


Its because they are an amer i kcan company and they are allowed to do what they like in this country.
kamenitzabrit4 m ago

Instead of posting expensive 'deals', perhaps use your time to source …Instead of posting expensive 'deals', perhaps use your time to source cheaper stamps - that is what I had to do, and what anyone can do,.I buy them online and use them to send stuff all over the world - I pay around half price, so postage to the usa is about 60p instead of £1.17. That extra money helps feed my family, so do you think I am going to tell everyone exactly where I buy them ?Anyone can find them and buy them the way I and many others do, but there is not an unlimited supply, so if too many people find my source, then I will have to close my business.If anyone else wants to make smart comments, I suggest you go down to your nearest open air market and ask one of the guys where he buys his stock from, or ask the owner of your nearest pound shop where his wholesaler is, so you can open a shop and undercut him.I depend on my supplies for business, but anyone with any brains can investigate and do the same, instead of sitting behind a keyboard expecting someone else to do the work for them.


You really are an idiot...
aym28046 m ago

If you had seen how seller sfiddle with inflating their bidding prices and …If you had seen how seller sfiddle with inflating their bidding prices and ebay turning a blind eye, you wouldn't be surprised. Money talks! What does ebay care? I set an asking price of £10, they notified me that someone would want to pay £5.66. I might as well give them away outside my house! In the end, I told the buyer to come and collect. He said he couldn't as I live in SE and he lived in Scotland.


You say that but they deleted my listing for a Vera wang cake knife and server set. It was an unwanted wedding gift, it was hardly a weapon
Good deal, be careful if you buy from eBay. There are many fakes going around, several times I've had to refund.
I've only ever used a stamp to communicate with the sadistic jobsworths at the DVLA,
every other department has staff capable of using computers
davidrobertedwards30 m ago

Can't believe no one has typed stamps are legal tender yet.You are …Can't believe no one has typed stamps are legal tender yet.You are basically buying free money! (Oh there is so much wrong with that last sentence, Dave Gorman would have get at least 20 minutes out of that )P.S stamps are not legal tender.


Scottish notes on the other hand....
kamenitzabrit11 m ago

Instead of posting expensive 'deals', perhaps use your time to source …Instead of posting expensive 'deals', perhaps use your time to source cheaper stamps - that is what I had to do, and what anyone can do,.I buy them online and use them to send stuff all over the world - I pay around half price, so postage to the usa is about 60p instead of £1.17. That extra money helps feed my family, so do you think I am going to tell everyone exactly where I buy them ?Anyone can find them and buy them the way I and many others do, but there is not an unlimited supply, so if too many people find my source, then I will have to close my business.If anyone else wants to make smart comments, I suggest you go down to your nearest open air market and ask one of the guys where he buys his stock from, or ask the owner of your nearest pound shop where his wholesaler is, so you can open a shop and undercut him.I depend on my supplies for business, but anyone with any brains can investigate and do the same, instead of sitting behind a keyboard expecting someone else to do the work for them.


Then surely the best policy would have been to have kept your mouth shut from the start.
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