willo wrote:Looks great, would like to get one, but I refure to pay ?13 delivery for an ?8 product
I agree it does look great,
But the ?13 is only ?5 delivery on top of the calender isn't it????
It says under the details that the price shown below, is the calender and the delivery charge.... Doesn't it???
Correct me if i'm wrong
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Airpics, suggest to chane the appearance, most people scan through these & not read all the text and will come to same conclusion.
Anyhow, will order today
Sorry for not replying earlier, I didn't get notification that this post had been replied to.
In relation to the shipping costs of the calendars, the cost for shipping 1 calendar to the island of Ireland is EUR5.00.
The page is laid out in such a way that you can order multiple calendars for different countries and pay the correct shipping rate. The bold red text above the "Add to cart" button explains the pricing structure:
Please select the number of calendars required from the menu below, the price indicated is the total price payable and includes shipping
I thought the page was fairly self explanatory but obviously people are getting confused, must look into the layout again.
I have no problem paying for the P&P,
But has anyone else noticed when your calender arrived that
the postage only cost ?2.85!!! And the envelope of about ?0.15c.
They could have just put up the cost of the calender by ?2 instead of lieing!! It says it ?5.... Ah well....
It's only ?2 but it's the principal that rattles me.....
Anyway mine arrived there the other day, Looks great
Have to find somewhere to put it though
The hard back A3 envelopes cost approximately 1.60EUR, not 15c. The Air Corps set the calendar price, I calculate the shipping costs. Any excess cash in the shipping charges is used to help defray the credit card charges incurred (example: 79c for a single calendar to Ireland).
I can assure you that I or the Air Corps are not out to make a killing at your expense, all the above ensures that the Air Corps Museum gets the maximum amount of funding.
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But you should go ahead if it makes you feel better.
nosedive wrote:No! Have i missed out!? Only saw the thread on the calenders but the link online shop says there 'are no products to list in this category'.
Am I too late? Some amazing shots............
If you are still having difficulty contact Airman Mick Whelan, Curator Irish Air Corps Muesum and Heritage Centre, Casement Aerodrome, Baldonnel, Co Dublin. Mick will look after you.
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