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# 140664 16-Feb-2014 23:53
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I haven't posted a parcel in years. Once I buy a postage bag that has postage included, do I have to line up at the post office to post it or do they have a place outside or near the entry where I place my parcel? The bag I want to buy is this one:

http://www.nzpost.co.nz/products-services/postage-packaging/domestic-parcels/postage-included-bags/size-6-bag

I want to post some clothes to someone in another part of NZ. They weigh about 1.5KG

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  # 988596 16-Feb-2014 23:55
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Size 6 "Postage Included" Bag

 

 

 

If it includes postage i suppose any post office will post for free.

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  # 988597 16-Feb-2014 23:56
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This is with in the country not to NZ?

 
 
 
 


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  # 988604 17-Feb-2014 06:21
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Most post shops have a box to post stuff in.

You have to go to the counter to pay for it anyway, so common sense would dictate (and what most people seem to do) that you get the bag, put the goods in it and then go to the counter where you can pay for it and give it to them.


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  # 988620 17-Feb-2014 08:14
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1.Some shops have bags on display others don't
2.Grab bag or go to counter
3.Pay
4.Put things inside, seal it
5.Either put un box available inside shop ir get in line to drop to someone

If stores have bags ob display you can do step 4 first and then go to pay. If you do this way and make a mistake pay for both bags (good one and mistaken one).




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