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    • MSE Sarah
    • By MSE Sarah 27th Sep 16, 4:14 PM
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    Boston Duvet & Pillow Company 27th Sep 16 at 4:14 PM
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    • stinabean
    • By stinabean 20th Apr 17, 8:51 PM
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    You would imagine in this day and age that companies should not find it a problem to send items to other parts of the UK, doesnt Royal Mail deliver everywhere, not to mention the plethora of delivery companies like Yodel, Hermes, DHL, etc.
    Originally posted by simalien
    Hermes, DHL, DPD etc do deliver to the usual exception postcodes, it's just that they charge extorionate amounts which the companies don't want to pay and would therefore be passed on to you.
    A previous company I worked at used Hermes and it would be an extra £30 on top of usual delivery just for any item that wouldn't fit in a small jiffy bag.

    It's not the company. It's the couriers.
    • PasturesNew
    • By PasturesNew 21st Apr 17, 9:07 AM
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    Not sure what's so great about paying £9.99 (inc. delivery) for two polyester filled pillows when I can get two from Wilkinsons for £8 http://www.wilko.com/pillows/wilko-ultra-bounce-pillow-2pk-48-x-74cm/invt/0324887
    Originally posted by doveman
    Just after Aldi opened near me, I wandered in and they had a "pack" of a double quilt and two pillows for £7.50. Bought one of those.... bought for the "spare room" - which has no bed or curtains still .... but in case one day I do have a visitor and a bed/curtains in there and suddenly need a quilt. Otherwise I'll use it myself.
    • Eccentrica Gallumbits
    • By Eccentrica Gallumbits 24th Apr 17, 10:08 AM
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    I bought a double duvet and although it was blissfully warm through the winter, I have noticed the stitching is starting to come undone. Not sure what the life on this duvet is but it feels like it's a second to me.
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