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Evesmama Mon 20-Jun-05 10:00:27

where can i get cheap packing boxes from?

local supermarket only have tray types..last move was fine as dp worked in warehouse!, but now we're gunna have to buy...didnt want to spend a load.

thanks

elsmommy Mon 20-Jun-05 10:02:46

When I moved I asked the bloke in the local newsagents. Gave me a few and then everytime he got some more he kept leavin them on my doorstep

WigWamBam Mon 20-Jun-05 10:04:46

Are you hiring a removals company? When we moved, we hired boxes from our removals company - we had to pay for them, but we then got over half of the cost back when we returned the boxes after we moved.

Evesmama Mon 20-Jun-05 10:07:07

yeah got one qote and getting two more friday..one said free boxes!, but depends what they charge for removal!..trying to get in touch with mam now to see if she can pick and flat ones up frm shops when she go's..wanna get cracking with it as it was a nightmare last year(yes, last year..i know..just call me gypsy rose joe)with dd, so starting early and sorting junk out over next few weeks!

SaintGeorge Mon 20-Jun-05 10:08:14

If you do have to resort to buying some, try these . (middle item)

Evesmama Mon 20-Jun-05 10:19:08

ooh, those are the type sil has just bought for her house move tomorrow!!!..seeing as though we are helping the,...i wonder if she's pass them onto us when she's finished??

SaintGeorge Mon 20-Jun-05 10:20:18

Very useful boxes to have around

stleger Mon 20-Jun-05 17:46:13

Try a local bookshop. They often have to pay to have them removed so you'd be doing them a favour. Wine boxes are good too. (The ones bottles come in not the ones with a tap - but they are also good in their own way)

bubblerock Mon 20-Jun-05 17:49:12

We bought some off good old Ebay

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