Up to 73% off UK/EU by PARCEL FORCE Parcel with eBay postage discounts.Example - UK/EU Insured, Tracked and Signature on delivery 20 - 30 KG for £11.52
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Up to 73% off UK/EU by PARCEL FORCE Parcel with eBay postage discounts.Example - UK/EU Insured, Tracked and Signature on delivery 20 - 30 KG for £11.52

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Found 25th Jun 2015
Deal exist/not expired. If I understand it correctly they are the cheapest parcel company in UK/EU from now.

Ebay offered cheapest postage through UK/Europe. Send everything for a good price to your UK/EU friends, family, buyers for a couple of pounds.

Competition parcel brokers like Parcel2go etc cannot beat a price and reliability. Parcel Force is a Royal Mail division.

UK parcels works without Global Shipping Programme.

Just send it through ebay.

Like PayPal payments to friends.
Example:
2 - 5 KG for £7.57
20 - 30 KG for £11.52

EU parcel must be connected with Global Shipping Programme.
You send a parcel to UK ebay warehouse for a price below and they will send it for free (not sure about rural EU areas) to EU countries.
2 - 5 KG for £7.57
20 - 30 KG for £11.52

The maximum size limits for sending items within the UK are as follows:

• 1.5m in length and 3m length and depth combined
• Weight limit: 30kg

EU shipments must go with Ebay Global Shipping Programme - but still cheapest option if you want to send something to buyers, family or friends.

+ non-EU countries:

Australia, Canada, Israel, Japan, New Zealand, Russia and USA

Extra fees applies for non EU members - depended from local postage services.

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Original Poster

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Edited by: "madscientis" 25th Jun 2015

Original Poster

Up to 30 Kilo EU/UK for 11.52 pounds delivered with insurance and signature by Royal Mail. No more Overcharged on Shipping Costs by greedy couriers companies or sellers.



Guaranteed Delivery Yes
Tracking Yes
Signature on delivery Yes
Inclusive compensation Yes 100 pounds
Additional compensation up to 2500


Global Shipping Programme

When one of your items sells, you simply post it to the UK Shipping Centre using your usual postage service and costs.If I understand it correctly YOU DONT PAY NOTHING MORE if you SEND item ABROAD (EU) .The address is automatically provided as the ‘Post-to’address for the order. The address includes a unique identifier code. This is so the UK Shipping Centre can identify your item - always include this code on your label. EU countries:

Austria
Belgium
Bulgaria
Croatia
Cyprus
Czech Republic
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Greece -not sure about them.
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Malta
Netherlands
Poland
Portugal
Romania
Slovakia
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden

+ non-EU countries:

Australia, Canada, Israel, Japan, New Zealand, Russia and USA

Extra fees applies for non EU members - depended from local postage services.


Ebay has negotiated special postage discounts with Collect+ and Parcelforce to offer to you. These discounts are only available through the eBay Pay and Print Label service.










Edited by: "madscientis" 26th Jun 2015

I dont see how this is a deal at all?

seems a good deal

I think you mis understand what the GSP is

Original Poster

stevemack

I think you mis understand what the GSP is


"Up to 30 Kilo EU/UK for 11.52 pounds" where is mistake ? Price is brilliant. GSP for non EU members is another topic - USA etc take extra money for delivery.

Edited by: "madscientis" 25th Jun 2015

Not sure neutral vote

if I want to send a parcel which is not something I have sold on ebay can I use this. example I have a violin I want to send to be repaired can I use this discounted service. the address will not in anyway be connected to an eBay sale. if yes how?
thanks in advance

only works for sellers enrolled into Global Shipping Programme?

Original Poster

banita

only works for sellers enrolled into Global Shipping Programme?


UK works without Global Shipping Programme.
EU parcel must be connected with Global Shipping Programme.

stevemack

I dont see how this is a deal at all?



Totally agree, just makes it easier for you to be scammed.

madscientis

UK works without Global Shipping Programme.


if I choose to print label via Ebay it is a same price as at RM website so were did you get cheaper price?

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banita

if I choose to print label via Ebay it is a same price as at RM website … if I choose to print label via Ebay it is a same price as at RM website so were did you get cheaper price?


Parcelforce48 option ?

LOL £11.99 for 0.9kg parcel - or am I missing something?

so collect+ in UK (more expensive than myHermes) and parcelforce outside
so to be able to compare prices outside UK I need to enroll to GSP first?

Original Poster

banita

so collect+ in UK (more expensive than myHermes) and parcelforce outside … so collect+ in UK (more expensive than myHermes) and parcelforce outside :)so to be able to compare prices outside UK I need to enroll to GSP first?


Hermes is cheaper for a pound or two but without insurance. I lost 300 + with them in London area when I send parcels without insurance. Now, I prefer 100 pounds cover "in case" for a pound or two more. Outside UK prices are provided above.


Edited by: "madscientis" 25th Jun 2015

Really good deal - esp if shipping to europe. I have joined the GSP says my listings will be automatically updated in 24hrs. Cheers OP

Thanks...just about to buy something where i have to arrange my own shipping.

madscientis

Hermes is cheaper for a pound or two but without insurance.


Hermes is insured up to £50 incl. in price

Great value, it normally costs around £20 to send a heavy parcel to Europe. Does it cost to join this global shopping program?

Actually i think this just benefits sellers only rather than buyers who have to arrange own shipping...shame!

'International postage charges are automatically shown on your listings and paid in advance by your buyer.'
Doesn't that mean that the international part of the postage is not in fact free?

Original Poster

sreddar

Great value, it normally costs around £20 to send a heavy parcel to … Great value, it normally costs around £20 to send a heavy parcel to Europe. Does it cost to join this global shopping program?


Free

Original Poster

sreddar

'International postage charges are automatically shown on your … 'International postage charges are automatically shown on your listings and paid in advance by your buyer.'Doesn't that mean that the international part of the postage is not in fact free?


According rules, EU buyers pay your UK postage fees FROM YOUR ADDRESS TO EBAY UK depo. Then postage to EU its free. Nothing more. EU members ofc. Not sure about rural areas.



Edited by: "madscientis" 25th Jun 2015

it's not free? you need to pay for parcel do be delivered do uk warehouse?

Original Poster

banita

it's not free? you need to pay for parcel do be delivered do uk warehouse?


Yes. You have to pay for a parcel do be delivered do uk warehouse. But then shipment, lets say to Spain it is free. I understand it this way. So at the end you should pay 11.52 for 30 kilos delivered to Spain. If there is a catch, please write it here.



Edited by: "madscientis" 25th Jun 2015

so in my case i'll loose money, will work for for sellers offering free delivery

Original Poster

JCLARSSON

if I want to send a parcel which is not something I have sold on ebay can … if I want to send a parcel which is not something I have sold on ebay can I use this. example I have a violin I want to send to be repaired can I use this discounted service. the address will not in anyway be connected to an eBay sale. if yes how?thanks in advance


Think. How to send it cheap using ebay ?

Edited by: "madscientis" 25th Jun 2015

Original Poster

banita

so in my case i'll loose money, will work for for sellers offering free … so in my case i'll loose money, will work for for sellers offering free delivery


You missing concept of this deal. They are the cheapest parcel company in UK/EU.
Edited by: "madscientis" 25th Jun 2015

the concept of GDP is to start selling abroad? but if I list something for 10+2.80 within UK and 10+10 international and will now start offering GDP I will only get 10 from international buyer and still have to spend money do send it to uk depot ... buyer gain i'm losing, free delivery=cost included into goods price will not work for me as my products vary to much in size and weight and I sell a lot in more than 1 item per transaction
I will contact ebay later on as I got more questions:) thx for all you answers

Original Poster

banita

the concept of GDP is to start selling abroad? but if I list something … the concept of GDP is to start selling abroad? but if I list something for 10+2.80 within UK and 10+10 international and will now start offering GDP I will only get 10 from international buyer and still have to spend money do send it to uk depot ... buyer gain i'm losing, free delivery=cost included into goods price will not work for me as my products vary to much in size and weight and I sell a lot in more than 1 item per transactionI will contact ebay later on as I got more questions:) thx for all you answers


Definitely it is a deal for a one parcel. Please let us know what they tell you. Prices are "market shocking" if it is true.


Edited by: "madscientis" 25th Jun 2015

If you're using Myhermes book them via Interparcel to get price even cheaper than using Myhermes website.
Only ever use the signature on delivery option which is fully ttacked so your ebay buyer cant say they never received it and drop off at one of your local shops/garages to save even more.
Cheaper than Parcelforce,Collect+, Royal Mail , Parcel2go , Ipostparcels,etc etc when sending the up to 5kg with sig

Original Poster

buckmr2

If you're using Myhermes book them via Interparcel to get price even … If you're using Myhermes book them via Interparcel to get price even cheaper than using Myhermes website.Only ever use the signature on delivery option which is fully ttacked so your ebay buyer cant say they never received it and drop off at one of your local shops/garages to save even more.Cheaper than Parcelforce,Collect+, Royal Mail , Parcel2go , Ipostparcels,etc etc when sending the up to 5kg with sig


Totally agree , but without 100 insurance and reliability like Royal Mail.
Btw. I am using Hermes for local small deliveries. Hermes prices for full insurance/ heavy items cannot beat deal above. Not mention about EU delivers.



Edited by: "madscientis" 25th Jun 2015

Have to disagree re reliability vs Royal Mail.
Recently Royal Mail lost my replacement driving licence and a letter posted the other week still hasn't arrived.
Sent 800+ UK parcels this year via Interparcel and every single one has tracked and delivered within the times selected and far more convenient than having to wait in for a delivery as you can get a text when it's delivered/due for delivery and pick up/drop off from a garage/shop on your way to/from work etc often from 6am up to 10m - midnight depending on your local shops/garages opening hours.

Just had an international buyer from Italy buy something from me. If I click on print postage labels it takes me to the paypal site. Is that right?

madscientis

Totally agree , but without 100 insurance and reliability like Royal … Totally agree , but without 100 insurance and reliability like Royal Mail. Btw. I am using Hermes for local small deliveries. Hermes prices for full insurance/ heavy items cannot beat deal above. Not mention about EU delivers.




But lets be honest unless things have changed, these packages will not be signed for at the other end due to them being outside of the uk as royal mail will not provide proof of deliver. Thus leaving you open to massive abuse but overseas buyers, as they can claim all day long they have received the package and will win every time.

yus786

Just had an international buyer from Italy buy something from me. If I … Just had an international buyer from Italy buy something from me. If I click on print postage labels it takes me to the paypal site. Is that right?



Don't do it if it's an expensive item, the likely hood is you can say bye bye to your money.

sven256

But lets be honest unless things have changed, these packages will not be … But lets be honest unless things have changed, these packages will not be signed for at the other end due to them being outside of the uk as royal mail will not provide proof of deliver. Thus leaving you open to massive abuse but overseas buyers, as they can claim all day long they have received the package and will win every time.


You're right which is why I don't post internationally (e.g.customs destroying perfumes, etc) which I then had to refund and left with no product to be able to resell. Only ship to UK now.

Once you have enrolled into GSP, ebay will take over the international part of the postage.
You simply post to there uk shipping centre.
For this I use MYHEREMES, it is the cheapest and ive never had a problem

Once the item has arrived at the uk shipping depot, ebay take on all responsibility. You only have to make sure it gets to them. They provide tracking and delivery to the recipient.If it is not delivered you still keep your payment.

Its not really free, the cost of postage is passed onto the international buyer. Good for the seller
hope this helps
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