Royal Mail Parcel Prices 2020

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Below are the Royal Mail prices for 2021 (from 1st January 2021)

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Royal Mail Parcel Prices 2020

PLEASE BE AWARE THAT ROYAL MAIL'S PRICES CHANGED ON 01/01/2021.

UK StandardStamps / Online

Weight up to and including

Stamps/ Online

Stamps/ Online

1st Class

2nd Class

Letter

100g

85p

66p

Large Letter

100g

£1.29

96p

250g

£1.83

£1.53

500g

£2.39

£1.99

750g

£3.30

£2.70

Small Parcel

1kg

£3.85

£3.20

2kg

£5.57

£3.20

UK StandardFranked

Weight up to and including

Franked

Franked

1st Class

2nd Class

Letter

100g

77p

55p

Large Letter

100g

£1.19

94p

250g

£1.65

£1.28

500g

£2.10

£1.66

750g

£2.92

£2.26

Small Parcel

1kg

£3.68

£3.00

2kg

£5.47

£3.00

UK StandardFranked with Mailmark™

Weight up to and including

Mailmark

Mailmark

1st Class

2nd Class

Letter

100g

72p

47p

Large Letter

100g

£1.14

87p

250g

£1.60

£1.21

500g

£2.05

£1.59

750g

£2.87

£2.19


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Royal Mail Parcel Prices 2020

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