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Post  stretchie_ Sun Sep 20 2009, 22:14

Got some parcels to send but some of them are being combined to make bigger heavier parcels and just wondering how you guys work it out.

I've looked at Royal Mail

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For example, the biggest parcel is 9.85 kgs

W - 590mm
H - 400mm
D - 360mm

I make that £12.61

Have I worked it our right?

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Post  Rosco Mon Sep 21 2009, 00:04

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Post  stretchie_ Mon Sep 21 2009, 18:42

Cheers mate, I've just got a quote from another place which worked out cheap, can't remember who with though

DUH!

But will get it through on e-mail soon
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Post  Ezzy's Mum! Sat Sep 26 2009, 22:40

call me lazy but what i always do is take mine to the P.O. and ask them to give me an approximate idea - assuming i'm either not ready to send them or need a price for whoever it is i'm sending them to.
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Post  stretchie_ Mon Sep 28 2009, 14:13

Hi guys, thanks for the advice. Taking them to the post office was a no no as there were a couple of parcels and quite sizable.

in the end I used a company called parcel2go.com

Very good and they pick it up from you

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Post  Ezzy's Mum! Mon Sep 28 2009, 16:45

i've heard of them but never used them altho the couple of people i know that have said they were very good and not much different in price to the RM plus, like you say, they collect from you.
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