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I'm tempted by the title...
 

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Is there a minimum withdrawal on this or max you can withdraw from using the 'free room' ?
 

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Well after day one i am £41.50 up... Am hoping you can continue access to the free rooms, i have already got my free tickets for tomorrows first game
 
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Haaa.. i signed up.... played 3 games,so far... first one i was only person in room lol.. 2nd and 3rd was 1 other person..i won all 3 games!! £15 up already...great find
I don't think i signed up the right way. It gave me 10 free spins but to use em, it wants my bank card and ID.
 

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I didn't bother with the free spins... Just the bingo... Maybe it's for ID purposes?
Quick random question: i wanna send a small letter-sized item through the post, and it seems royal mail are the cheapest at £1.70... But that's still too expensive and I've checked parcels2go, yodel, ups and parcesmonkey and their outrageous. What should i do, as i thought I'd put the item up for £2?? Thought it'd be £0.50 to ship it as the cheapest.
 
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Quick random question: i wanna send a small letter-sized item through the post, and it seems royal mail are the cheapest at £1.70... But that's still too expensive and I've checked parcels2go, yodel, ups and parcesmonkey and their outrageous. What should i do, as i thought I'd put the item up for £2?? Thought it'd be £0.50 to ship it as the cheapest.
You could walk it there. That would be free.
You could drive it there. If you already have petrol in your car, it wont cost you anything more.

But...

Probably best paying the cheapest company their £1.70. To reduce the cost you could try to purchase some cheap stamps online but otherwise, it sounds like it is going to cost you £1.70.

FYI

2nd class stamp is currently 61p
1st class stamp is 70p

These prices are for a 'standard' letter. If you are selling things online get to know the actual prices as otherwise you can easily lose a load of money.

There is no £1.70 RM price so I'm guessing you are looking to send a 500g large letter 2nd class (£1.72).

For that weight and size of item, I don't think anyone-else will get close to RM prices.

Thanks,

The Reverend
 
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You could walk it there. That would be free.
You could drive it there. If you already have petrol in your car, it wont cost you anything more.

But...

Probably best paying the cheapest company their £1.70. To reduce the cost you could try to purchase some cheap stamps online but otherwise, it sounds like it is going to cost you £1.70.

FYI

2nd class stamp is currently 61p
1st class stamp is 70p

These prices are for a 'standard' letter. If you are selling things online get to know the actual prices as otherwise you can easily lose a load of money.

There is no £1.70 RM price so I'm guessing you are looking to send a 500g large letter 2nd class (£1.72).

For that weight and size of item, I don't think anyone-else will get close to RM prices.

Thanks,

The Reverend
Alright. Thanks, but I'm wondering, how can people sell things on eBay or even aliexpress so cheaply?
 

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Alright. Thanks, but I'm wondering, how can people sell things on eBay or even aliexpress so cheaply?
eBay (if they are based in the UK) - They aren't paying the postage themselves.
eBay (outside the uk)/AliExpress - you wont believe how cheaply somethings can be posted, but also how cheaply some things can be made. You can buy crap from China for 99p with free delivery to the UK. This tells you two things.

1) How cheap the item is to make
2) How cheap postage is from 3rd world countries
 
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eBay (if they are based in the UK) - They aren't paying the postage themselves.
eBay (outside the uk)/AliExpress - you wont believe how cheaply somethings can be posted, but also how cheaply some things can be made. You can buy crap from China for 99p with free delivery to the UK. This tells you two things.

1) How cheap the item is to make
2) How cheap postage is from 3rd world countries
How do they avoid paying postage with ebay? Cos I'd be interested in that.
 

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