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    Hello was looking at sending a few things how much would you reckon it would cost to send

    A DVD/Game
    An adult polo shirt like XL

    ETc

    Thanks very much

    14 Comments

    'bout tree fiddy.

    A normal DVD is 92p 2nd class

    Original Poster

    Thanks 92 doesn't sound too bad

    And ideas on how to send polo shirts etc

    Thanks

    What do you mean how to send them?

    Just weigh them, if you have scales, or otherwise you could take them to the PO and weigh there, then use this website Seajays enter the weight and it will give you a price

    Original Poster

    Like how to package it etc

    fmgod

    Like how to package it etc



    Use parcel bags, you can get them cheap on ebay or a pack of 4 from wilkos for about £1.50, dont buy them from PO tho they way overcharge.

    aunty jane

    Use parcel bags, you can get them cheap on ebay or a pack of 4 from … Use parcel bags, you can get them cheap on ebay or a pack of 4 from wilkos for about £1.50, dont buy them from PO tho they way overcharge.



    I always reuse packaging, but another idea is a couple of carrier bags wrapped with a bit of parcel tape. Does the same job!

    when ive posted an item of clothing its normally around £2.50 but thats 2nd class recorded, i think recorded is 79p, its worth it if your selling on ebay.

    pink-ka

    when ive posted an item of clothing its normally around £2.50 but thats … when ive posted an item of clothing its normally around £2.50 but thats 2nd class recorded, i think recorded is 79p, its worth it if your selling on ebay.



    i dont send recorded on ebay just keep proof of postage-only lost one thing ever and got it back again weeks later!

    Get a set of digital scales!

    RosieWoo

    I always reuse packaging, but another idea is a couple of carrier bags … I always reuse packaging, but another idea is a couple of carrier bags wrapped with a bit of parcel tape. Does the same job!



    If you're selling items on Ebay,i wouldn't recommend sending clothes in carrier bags taped up when the buyer is paying for it,they are likely to be a tad miffed.

    Polos would cost around £2.50-£3 if its first class recorded.
    Slightly less if its not.
    Use parcel bags, you can get different size ones from ebay.

    deb8z

    If you're selling items on Ebay,i wouldn't recommend sending clothes in … If you're selling items on Ebay,i wouldn't recommend sending clothes in carrier bags taped up when the buyer is paying for it,they are likely to be a tad miffed.



    I always write on my listings that I use recycled packaging and that I only charge for the postage at cost. Sorted
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