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Stamps

Discussion in 'Personal' started by captain oats, Feb 12, 2012.

  1. captain oats

    captain oats New commenter

    I find stamps very confusing as I very rarely post anything nowadays!
    If I wanted to send about 15 sheets of A4 paper in an A4 envelope within the UK what type of stamp(s) should I use?
     
  2. captain oats

    captain oats New commenter

    I find stamps very confusing as I very rarely post anything nowadays!
    If I wanted to send about 15 sheets of A4 paper in an A4 envelope within the UK what type of stamp(s) should I use?
     
  3. modelmaker

    modelmaker Occasional commenter

    One which indicates how frustrated you are to the post office clerk.
     
  4. lilachardy

    lilachardy Star commenter

    Large letter.
     
  5. angiebabe

    angiebabe New commenter

    I think you would need to have it weighed!
     
  6. Invest in an electronic postage scale, get the leaflet from the post office on letter weights and costs and you can send what you like at the correct cost.
     
  7. marlin

    marlin Star commenter

    http://www.royalmail.com/price-finder
    Don't forget to weigh your envelope along with your sheets of paper! The envelopes that have a board to prevent bending are really quite weighty.
     
  8. magic surf bus

    magic surf bus Star commenter

    Up to 100g folded into a small envelope is 1st or 2nd class. A4 envelopes have to be posted at 'Large' rate by virtue of their size. I had to fork out £1.12 in unpaid postage fees the other day because some ***** didn't realise that.
     

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