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Posting to New Zealand?

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sarahtigh Sat 12-Jan-13 09:12:59

New Zealand and australia very reliable postal service no more likely to go missing than UK i send loads to australia never had a parcel go missing

if you do not send signed in UK i would apply same rules to them

postage to New zealand is Zone 2 world wide so same as australia

NotInGuatemalaNowDrRopata Fri 11-Jan-13 22:01:56

I'm glad to hear it, MrsZoidberg!

MrsZoidberg Fri 11-Jan-13 21:38:05

My items tend to be quite low value, so I don't use signed for as it is prohibitively expensive.

NotInG - we like selling to "down under" - always polite, friendly, quick payers grin Wish some of my UK buyers were as good grin

NotInGuatemalaNowDrRopata Fri 11-Jan-13 19:45:39

It's ok! I know you didn't mean it badly grin

There are nice children's clothes in NZ, but they are very expensive and everyone has the same stuff. Next has some fab children's things and everyone will be asking where they got it! The buyer will say, "Sorry, it's from the UK" - she'll feel great! (Yes, we are like that over there!)

LaTrucha Fri 11-Jan-13 18:09:31

I didn;t mean to cast aspersions grin

I'll go and look the postage up. It's only a second-hand Next outfit. I'm sure there are nice chidren's clothes in NZ too.

NotInGuatemalaNowDrRopata Fri 11-Jan-13 16:43:19

We're an honest lot (as a whole), us NZers. But my god, it's expensive posting stuff to NZ!

LaTrucha Fri 11-Jan-13 16:34:54

Thanks. Do you get it signed for?

MrsZoidberg Fri 11-Jan-13 15:59:57

I've never had problems with either Australia or New Zealand and I have sold quite a bit to them

LaTrucha Fri 11-Jan-13 13:48:59

I usually just post to Western Europe as I have heard people have had problems elsewhere. I must say I don't know what or where.

Does anyone have experience of posting to New Zealand? A buyer has asked me if i would and I don't really know whether to say yes or not.

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