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Just a heads up that Royal Mail is really expensive for shipping. Why don't you try using a cheaper company such as MyHermes or InPost, they pick them up from your house and you can do multiple deliveries.
For postage of 50 x fanzines it would be under £100 (less than £2 per person).

If you do it via parcel2go.com you also get £10 free postage upon signing up.

Using an alternative company would save everyone money, and would also save you trekking to the busy post-office to send all the fanzines out!
 

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Just a heads up that Royal Mail is really expensive for shipping. Why don't you try using a cheaper company such as MyHermes or InPost, they pick them up from your house and you can do multiple deliveries.
For postage of 50 x fanzines it would be under £100 (less than £2 per person).

If you do it via parcel2go.com you also get £10 free postage upon signing up.

Using an alternative company would save everyone money, and would also save you trekking to the busy post-office to send all the fanzines out!

Too late for this one, but will look into that for sure. The one stumbling block would be that we use plugins for the system we use that take all the work out of setting postage. These companies would need something similar to remove the headache of calculating postage.
 
It's very simple, I believe the same concept as Royal Mail, you enter the weight and size etc and it makes up a postage label, simply print and stick on the parcel. Done!
Maybe give it a try with one or two fanzines and see how it compares :)
 
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