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Royal Mail Wholesale - autumn discount campaign

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Royal Mail Wholesale has launched a new discount campaign for those testing new markets

The first campaign gives bulk users up to 2.5p postage credit per letter on all new and incremental advertising mail posted between 5 October and 21 November 2015.

The scheme is designed for marketing departments to test new markets with new, teaser or follow-up mailings. The scheme is for new or incremental volumes of between 75,000 and 2 million items posted during the time period, and follows their summer campaign for new markets and marketing approaches, or supplement multi-media campaigns.

Both schemes comes on the back of the recent Private Life of Mail research.

To apply, the scheme is run on a first-come, first-served basis, limited to application per customer. You can apply here.

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