Yes.. I either use Revolut card for best exchange rate or my Halifax Clarity card which has no foreign exchange charges.Stackry was very easy to use, and I had no trouble with it all. One thing to check I guess is the currency conversion fees on your credit card. I have a Santander Zero card which adds no fees (presumably at the cost of a higher interest rate), but that could be pricey.
Stackry hold your packages for up to 45 days in their warehouse, which is great because this shipment was 3 packages spread out over 20 days. I picked the cheapest and slowest shipment option, nominally with DHL but actually handled by some Chinese firm. My parcel left the warehouse on the 5th, left the US on the 7th, cleared customs in the UK on the 9th (Monday)...and disappeared into the Royal Mail until this morning.
I didn't know this was a thing. Fantastic AP.
How do you have tine to read so much variance?Just need the time to read them lol.
Those are excellent choices, the other books "Behind Enemy Lines" is just a missions compendium. And "Forest of Fear" is the European theatre campaign, personally, I prefer North Africa.I bought the core A!C rules and Shadows of Atlantis & The Serpent & The Sands. I don’t really have an urge for more at the moment.
The variance hasn’t ever bothered me; I read a lot and have always been a system floosie (cf @First Age ) - for example, it took less than 30 mins to read the first 30 pages of ”We Deal in Lead” - the trick is continuing and reading the rest. I’ve already read most of Across a Thousand Dead Worlds as a PDF…