This was posted 6 months ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

expired Send Same City Parcels up to 25kgs at $5 via Pitneybowes/SendPro + Sendle


SendPro® + Sendle - Introductory Offer

The SendPro + Sendle Introductory Offer (“Offer”) is available to customers of the SendPro + Sendle parcel delivery solution (“Solution”) and valid from 24 July 2018 to 31 August 2018 (“Offer Period”). During the Offer Period, the following pricing will apply for customers of the parcel delivery services offered by the Solution (“Discount Pricing”).

SendPro Professional customers must send 200 parcels or more per month to receive the above flat rates (National or Metro) for a 0.5kg satchel. If this limit is not reached, such customer will be converted to SendPro Premium and the relevant pricing will apply.

The Discount Pricing will not apply to pick up or delivery to or from any remote locations, as listed here: For pick up or delivery to any such location, the standard pricing will apply.

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  • +5 votes

    This deal couldn't have come at a better time, I've got thousands of items I need to sell and ship :)

    • +3 votes

      If u run a business which is what the professional plan is targeting then you will be able to claim the gst back. So its not unusual for them to quote excl gst as that's the actual cost for businesses that's registered for gst.


        Regardless of if its pro / premium this is a service targeted at businesses. You can still claim the GST back on the premium plan, it's just really odd to quote one as inc gst and one as ex GST. Any business owner can work out the maths in their head to take GST off.

        It's pretty insane that the premium plan actually has cheaper 500g satchels than the pro plan isn't it?


          It's not odd.

          A shipping service that is used by: Sephora, Harvey norman, glue store, pet stock, general pants co, Athlete's Foot and cue also excludes GST.

          If I really wanted to I could probably find every shipping service that every business uses and they would all exclude GST.

        • +1 vote


          Would they quote inc gst prices on the same page as ex gst though? and have cheaper pricing on a lower level plan than a higher level plan? That's the strange part. Quoting ex GST is fine if that's how you quote all your prices and your service is a business service.


        It's promo pricing only and will revert to higher rates for premium subs post offer period. The pro also includes access to their api - not sure if it is available for premium subs. Can you clarify these questions with pitney bowes? We'd all be interested to hear why the pricing is different.

  • -1 vote

    Cool ("cool")

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