whats cheaper a letter or a parcel?

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Found 1st Mar 2010
Im sendin out a tshirt which could be crammed into one of those medium letter envelopes or be wrapped in that brown paper and made into a parcel.. which is generally cheaper? Ive looked at the royal mail website but i dont know weight n stuff so just looking for a general answer thanks

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size is also an issue now, it wont fit into the slot for letter

so base your price on parcel prices

A t shirt in a envelope? ha

I'd go parcel, that letter thing is well strict, the amount of room you get is rubbish!

the large letter just about covers a dvd, thickness wise, so depends on how thick tshirt would be in envelope

The t-shirt won't fit into large letter. Had a row with the lady at the PO this morning as the PS3 game I was posting wouldn't "easily" fit through the large letter slot. It rustled a bit on it's long journey through said slot lol !

Maybe it will be a packet, which would prob cost about £1.50 to post I reckon. There's only one way to find out....

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k cheers everyone I was hoping to save a few pence haha
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