Sending a letter to Belfast by Royal Mail Special Delivery

Hi Everyone,

I was basically wondering if anyone knew if I could send something Royal Mail Special Delivery to Belfast so it would get there the next working day?

There used to be more help than there is on the Royal Mail website so I'm not 100% sure!

TIA!

9 Comments

Your local Post Office will know the answer. If you don't need to know today I'll ask my OH who works for them.

Yes, it will get there the next day I used the service alot when based in NI and this from the royal mail website.


Where we deliver

Use Special Delivery™ Next Day and we’ll guarantee delivery by 1.00pm of the next working day to 99%* of the country, including Northern Ireland, Jersey and Guernsey. Some places take longer to deliver to, but we still guarantee delivery within three working days by 5.30 pm

Original Poster

Don't say I missed that?!

D'oh!

I saw the 99%* bit but I was looking for a map they had to show where they delivered to!

Boy is my face red!

Thanks to you both!

Northern Ireland is no different to posting to your next door neighbour etc. on any of Royal Mails services. :thumbsup:

yes it will be there next day morning. but remember on monday there is a royal mail strike

Goodman

yes it will be there next day morning. but remember on monday there is a … yes it will be there next day morning. but remember on monday there is a royal mail strike



Wednesday here.

Syzable

Northern Ireland is no different to posting to your next door neighbour … Northern Ireland is no different to posting to your next door neighbour etc. on any of Royal Mails services. :thumbsup:


I agree! Good lad sy!

It's only 'Southern Ireland' that is considered international, Northern Ireland is treated the same as the mainland UK in general.

Hope this helps you.

AlanSugar

It's only 'Southern Ireland' that is considered international, Northern … It's only 'Southern Ireland' that is considered international, Northern Ireland is treated the same as the mainland UK in general.Hope this helps you.



That is because N.Ireland is part of the UK. We use £ Sterling, drink Guiness and contrary to popular belief, only about 10% of households own a leprechaun.
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