Delivery Charges.

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Can i please suggest that ebayers, especially  new members try and weigh your goods and get a delivery price from either the Post Office or a carrier company near to you. It is so annoying when i want to buy something and it's on the other side of the country and the seller says, it is too heavy to post. I deal with Bouncy Castles and there is nothing you can't deliver. Please sellers, find out a delivery charge and i'm sure your auction price will improve. Give the seller a chance to decide whether he/she wants to pay £80 or so to get it delivered. I use my kitchen scales. So if the seller can't be bothered to travel on the other side of the country, organise a pallet from the carrier, it may surprise you what weight can be put on. Personally speaking, the carrier i use, either takes the goods away and pallet them up in their depot or drop off a pallet the day before and i string it up. The slide above weighs a ton and was delivered. Peter




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