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SuperHuman98
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It’s such a pain that my Halls contract ends 22nd June and my house doesn’t start till 1st July.

I feel like most people’s contracts don’t start till July or August so I don’t have much people who I could leave my duvet at their house.

I have 1 friend in the city who is post uni but taking constant Uber’s to deliver and collect my duvet is gonna be expensive.


So I was thinking of purchasing this bag for £10.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Storage-Qoz.../dp/B072LPYHX9

Thankfully I didn’t back much so I have 1 luggage and 1 hand luggage already.

But then I’m worried that that duvet bag could end up being massive. If so what is the better option? Train or snapcoach?

I also have a vacuum bag for my duvet.

I also have a friend from uni who lives close to me in my hometown and is going to drive but I seriously don’t want to inconvenience them and I don’t like just going to people for favours lol
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(Original post by SuperHuman98)
It’s such a pain that my Halls contract ends 22nd June and my house doesn’t start till 1st July.

I feel like most people’s contracts don’t start till July or August so I don’t have much people who I could leave my duvet at their house.

I have 1 friend in the city who is post uni but taking constant Uber’s to deliver and collect my duvet is gonna be expensive.


So I was thinking of purchasing this bag for £10.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Storage-Qoz.../dp/B072LPYHX9

Thankfully I didn’t back much so I have 1 luggage and 1 hand luggage already.

But then I’m worried that that duvet bag could end up being massive. If so what is the better option? Train or snapcoach?

I also have a vacuum bag for my duvet.

I also have a friend from uni who lives close to me in my hometown and is going to drive but I seriously don’t want to inconvenience them and I don’t like just going to people for favours lol
Could you ask the landlord if you could store it at your new house for that week?
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Could you ask the landlord if you could store it at your new house for that week?
I’ll give the landlord a ring and see
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