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Stock Offer Royal Mail Large Letter Packing Boxes

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous & Clearance Lots' started by AntiHeroUK, Jun 6, 2012.

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  1. AntiHeroUK

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    Royal Mail Large Letter Packing Boxes

    As most of you are aware the savings between a large letter and a packet are quite substantial, but sometimes your packet is a little too thick to go as a large letter and has to go as a packet instead, as it simply didn't slide easily through the large letter slot.

    The Large Letter pricing in proportion boxes I am selling are great for sending smaller items out to your customers and you're guaranteed to be able to send it as a large letter.

    Two sizes and styles of box are available.

    The first box is a DL PIP box.

    (Weight 25g) 217mm x 108mm x 20mm (approx 8 1/2" x 4" x 3/4")

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    The price for 50 of these is £19.99 including UK delivery (There is not VAT or anything extra to pay)

    Pricing for larger quantities can be worked out dependant on the amount required.



    The second box is a C5 PIP box.

    Size: C5 (DVD) (Weight 36.6g) 218mm x 159mm x 19mm (8.58" x 6.26 x 0.75" approx)

    This box is perfect for posting DVD's, Games and Bluray's, as well as other small items.



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    The price for 50 of these is £21.99 including UK delivery (There is not VAT or anything extra to pay)

    Pricing for larger quantities can be worked out dependant on the amount required.
  2. JermaineR8

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    Do you think one lightweight adults t shirt could fit in?

    If folded well..
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    Edit: Double post o_O
  4. AntiHeroUK

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    I'll check for you and let you know later on this evening :)
  5. Dean

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    Hi Pete - Are you DefendaPack/Artefekz ?
  6. JermaineR8

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  7. AntiHeroUK

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    Nope, but I am one of their resellers in NI.

    I can get that in if required, but I'll check the T-shirt for you later.
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  8. Dean

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    Ah, no probs. I was just going to say that I use these packing boxes and they are excellent! Well worth it and can save money in postage too.
  9. CMalin-Wall

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    Hi, I would like to discuss about these PiP boxes as they seem to be idea, could you e-mail me at (Email Hidden for Privacy) please
  10. AntiHeroUK

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    Email sent.
  11. stokes

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    Hi, I would like to order some dl PiP boxes could u please email me.
    Thank you
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  12. stokes

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    Arrived today thanks
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  13. Digitalfever

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    Isnt the money you save cancelled out by the fact you have to pay alot more for these when comparing them to buying padded envelopes ?
  14. JermaineR8

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    50x Padded envelopes large enough to fit a T shirt in my case would cost about £10

    These would then need to be sent as Packets @ £2.20 each. P&P amounting to a minimum of £120

    Or

    50x PIP @ £19.99 + Large letter post @ £1.10 (up to 250g) is £1.10

    P&P amounting to £74.99

    Saving £45, If your items weigh no more than 100g, your saving even more. As Large letter post would be £0.69

    So I guess it all depends what your sending and the weight of the item

    http://www.royalmail.com/delivery/business-delivery-options-uk/second-class-mail/prices
  15. Dean

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    Some products can't be sent in padded envelopes without risking damage. We use thousands of padded envelopes but we also use PIP boxes when the envelopes are not suitable.
  16. Digitalfever

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    Is it a bit risky folding a t-shirt in half and just using a mailing bag when classing what bracket it would come under ? I imagine that would go through the large letter slot wouldnt it ?
  17. AntiHeroUK

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    Hi mate, Glad to hear it arrived quicker than expected :)

    Plenty of these available guys, if you need smaller/bigger quantities get in touch and I'll get you a price!
  18. Dean

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    It might go through the slot at the point you pack it but once it's gone through the post office, picked up by postie and sent for sorting, the tshirt could have scrunched up at one end of the bag and is now too big for large letter. The PIP boxes keep their shape and size constant.
  19. MJR Supplies

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    Hi do you do other sizes as well
  20. AntiHeroUK

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    What sizes are you after and what quantity?
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