when actually they charge extra delivering just about anywhere north of Perth! Last time I checked, getting home from down south did NOT involve a ferry crossing.. AIBU to be annoyed with such limited geographical understanding!
.. I can appreciate that sometimes charges are higher and I can live with it if they charge at cost. But the mainland claims bug me no-end though.. like we've all fallen off the map and drifted into sea...
When we lived in Lossiemouth we had an Invernes postcode,which obviously means that it's in the middle of the highlands down a single track road . Same with st Andrews "oh sorry Mrs Saltire, you are in the highlands and islands" "no I'm not I'm in Fife, only an hour north of Edinburgh and no ferry crossing"
I actually saw delivery condition as being "to England and Wales only" - call for additional prices to Scotland. FFS I know there is a border between England and Scotland but you dont need a passport to cross it (although some Scots may argue that it would be a good idea