The Student Room Group

How to use a freepost code

Hi there,

I received an envelope by the company which much smaller than I need but it had the freepost code and address. I am wondering if I just write freepost with code and address if that will be fine and I don’t need a stamp.

Many thanks.
Reply 1
Hey!

I wish we could, but you have to apply to do it and companies have to pay for it

[url=https://www.royalmail.com/business/mail/replies-responses/freepost-name
]https://www.royalmail.com/business/mail/replies-responses/freepost-name

Update: You can indeed copy the details over, and they will still allow it
(edited 2 months ago)
Original post by TylerMWise
Hey!

I wish we could, but you have to apply to do it and companies have to pay for it 🙂

https://www.royalmail.com/business/mail/replies-responses/freepost-name

Really? I mean the company gave me the envelope but it’s a bit too small. So I can’t use the code and write the details in a different envelope.
Reply 3
Original post by burberry_butter
Really? I mean the company gave me the envelope but it’s a bit too small. So I can’t use the code and write the details in a different envelope.

Omg sorry! I completely misread a key part 🤦*♂️

You can indeed copy the details over, and they will still allow it
Original post by burberry_butter
Hi there,

I received an envelope by the company which much smaller than I need but it had the freepost code and address. I am wondering if I just write freepost with code and address if that will be fine and I don’t need a stamp.

Many thanks.

i would have thought so.
Original post by TylerMWise
Omg sorry! I completely misread a key part 🤦*♂️

You can indeed copy the details over, and they will still allow it

No worries, thank you

Quick Reply