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Send a parcel with Hermes with insurance from £2.70 @ parcel2go

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This seems to be the cheapest with insurance. The price is for local drop off and 2 day delivery time or £3.05 for door to door. Features Drop Off service £20.00 inclusive cover Fully trac…
murkr Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago26 Comments
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Hermes - insured parcel was lost, wait 5 week without anything
murkr
reg66
been this price for a while, posted before I think too. although delivery shows up under the 2 day tab, deliveries are actually 2-5 days
I've used the drop off service through parcel2go/hermes 3 times now, was delivered within 2 working days every time.


​ yeah, I'm not saying they don't do it at all in 2 days, just that technically it's a 2-5 day service. used them 20-30 times with nearly all being 2 days
For anyone making comments about these, bad things can be said about most couriers unless paying real money.

Like someone said, if you were to send a parcel worth £2500, you wouldn't pay a few quid to ship it.
I sent a parcel with RM a few weeks back which went missing, and I put a claim in and now have a 4 week wait before I even hear back from them!!
better than RM.
reg66
been this price for a while, posted before I think too. although delivery shows up under the 2 day tab, deliveries are actually 2-5 days
I've used the drop off service through parcel2go/hermes 3 times now, was delivered within 2 working days every time.
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Send A Parcel Up To 15KG £4.99 + VAT (£5.99) By Hermes Through Parcel2Go

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£4.99 for up to 15kg parcel Right now you can save up to 38%* on myHermes at Parcel2Go! We love helping our customers save money, which is why we’ve just dropped our prices on myHermes ParcelSho…
bargain1girl Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago39 Comments
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cold.
no protection, no signature and add £1 VAT
silverred
Also never had a problem with Hermes and approx 200/300 parcels delivered
likewise - some people with no experience like to bandwagon jump
118luke
Requiring ID also presents a problem. Because the item was posted to my grandparents address and has their address on it (but my name), they arent usually happy with my ID due to the different address and i cant proove i live there because i dont! So i have to usually take my grandad with me to go and collect a parcel - but he doesnt have a passport, driving license or any form of ID so he brings a council tax bill and hopes for the best.
You only need to show a bank card with your name on it - no need to prove the address:

https://business.help.royalmail.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/739/~/redelivery-help
bargain1girl
ompek
good luck! if not delivered have a look into your bin outside or nearby bushes!
Even Royal Mail staffs now dumps parcel in bin One did for me yesterday.


One major bug bear i have against RM is their stupid policy of missed delivery.
I have items delivered to my grandparents because they are usually in to receive items, whereas i work full time (and a lot of overtime)

If an item isn't delivered, it gets sent to the main sorting office in the town center - meaning i have to pay to park to go and collect it, during their narrow window opening times (which inconveniently co-incide with my working hours)
When i get there - they demand ID (WHY!?! They were going to hand the parcel to someone without needing ID in the first place!! Why do they need ID now??)

Requiring ID also presents a problem. Because the item was posted to my grandparents address and has their address on it (but my name), they arent usually happy with my ID due to the different address and i cant proove i live there because i dont! So i have to usually take my grandad with me to go and collect a parcel - but he doesnt have a passport, driving license or any form of ID so he brings a council tax bill and hopes for the best.

Just a massive faff.

So, instead i try and have the item redelivered to the same address. So far so good, except several days pass and no sign of the item. I phone RM to find out where it is, long story short - it was delivered to a completely different address!!!!!

Lots more reasons why i hate them - ripped open parcels with an "apology" note taped to it, extortionate administration charges for overseas goods that were stopped at customs... the list goes on.
bargain1girl
LiamSmith78
aviod! every package sent has been lost. the last three i sent were a total of £1000 and were lost then turned up a week late. but one of the items (a coffee machine) showed up destroyed !

They lost the first one, you still went ahead and sent two. Next time, apply wisdom and caution to avoid this sort of emotional outbursts on hotukdeals. No one is forcing you to use them. It's a matter of CHOICE.


​this wasn't emotional nor was it an outburst at all. it was a warning and a deception with a review of my recent troubles with dealing with them.

i sent the packages which i was told were lost, only after i sent a claim they magically appeared . plus these are just the latest that i sent and was the last straw.

they broke and damaged a £660 gtx 1080 also and promised me this wouldn't happen again. just read their twitter it's full of complaints.

im sorry i won't warn others or review their service so others can go and get terrible service.

don't message me back please. i wanted to warn people not trigger individuals like yourself.

everyone else; i was just giving you a small insight into what happened to me recently but I've had a much worse history with then. please use this service with caution if you choose to
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Send parcels of upto 1kg via Tracked/48 hour service for £2.22 @ Hermes via Parcel2Go

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*** UPDATE: seems they've reduced the price even further. £2.22 including VAT now Before anything, try to answer the following questions and if the answer to all of these are YES then this deal mig…
mixmixi Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago96 Comments
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price gone back up now
You might be saving a bit vs RM, but the PO will do you proof of postage for free for £20ish insurance. Plus typing all the info in printing label out, honestly not worth it and probably slower delivery than PO too.
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daskapital
Company is currently being investigated for paying their drivers under minimum wage.
Everyone wants a bargain, sure , me included but this company has no ethics whatsoever.
I asked our local driver if it was true and he said it is. I asked him why he continues to work there, and he said he can't find a job with any other courier locally :(
Hermes couriers are self-employed. NMW doesn't apply.

Just reporting what I read in the news.

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2016/sep/11/hermes-may-face-hmrc-investigation-into-allegations-of-low-pay

"“Employers cannot opt out of their employment law obligations by defining individuals as self-employed. An individual’s employment status is established based on the reality of the working relationship.”"

Edited By: daskapital on Sep 22, 2016 14:56
daskapital
Company is currently being investigated for paying their drivers under minimum wage.
Everyone wants a bargain, sure , me included but this company has no ethics whatsoever.
I asked our local driver if it was true and he said it is. I asked him why he continues to work there, and he said he can't find a job with any other courier locally :(

Hermes couriers are self-employed. NMW doesn't apply.
Company is currently being investigated for paying their drivers under minimum wage.

Everyone wants a bargain, sure , me included but this company has no ethics whatsoever.
I asked our local driver if it was true and he said it is. I asked him why he continues to work there, and he said he can't find a job with any other courier locally :(
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Up to 12kg parcel, Door-to-Door Next Day Delivery £7.49 @ Yodel Xpress Pack via Parcel2go

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Both newly introduced services are collection from door. The 48 hours one will cost £7.19 including VAT and next day delivery is £7.49. Your parcel is protected up to the value of £20.00. You can t…
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BigOrkWaaagh
Does this price include the usual Yodel benefits, such as smashing your parcel to bits and hoying it into a hedge in more or less the right postcode?
No
you have to pay extra for that
75cm that is pretty small for a parcel

very restrictive the size for 12kg

I think
lemooo
mixmixi
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lemooo
How to send a parcel using my Hermes it's the first time I'm sending parcel, should I use the post office or any other information if you have please let me know
The parcel is around 1 to 2 kg
Click on parcel help and faqshttps://www.myhermes.co.uk/RWD/send-a-parcel.html#/price
Thank you I went to the procedure and it's cheaper than post office.
But I don't know how to send the parcel it my first time I'm sending it. do they collect from my home? Should I do the packaging.
You'll need to do the packaging. Collection. Or drop off depends o. The type of service you choose. If drop off selected (cheaper option) you need to take the parcel to a "parcel shop" yourself (not post office!). You also needs printer to print off the label before hand.
Thank you so much for the information. It has a lot of headache I don't have any printer to print and I can't find any parcel shop near me so it's better to go to post office and send the parcel through Royal Mail it's less than 2kg it might be £5.
Thank you from your great comment
Sorry to hear that. Well if this is not a very bulky item, then if you choose the second class delivery with no tracking info, there is a chance youll be charged only £2.80 for it. Obviously based on the accurate size and weight of your parcel you may quote the actual price from RM website.
mixmixi
lemooo
mixmixi
lemooo
How to send a parcel using my Hermes it's the first time I'm sending parcel, should I use the post office or any other information if you have please let me know
The parcel is around 1 to 2 kg
Click on parcel help and faqshttps://www.myhermes.co.uk/RWD/send-a-parcel.html#/price
Thank you I went to the procedure and it's cheaper than post office.
But I don't know how to send the parcel it my first time I'm sending it. do they collect from my home? Should I do the packaging.

You'll need to do the packaging. Collection. Or drop off depends o. The type of service you choose. If drop off selected (cheaper option) you need to take the parcel to a "parcel shop" yourself (not post office!). You also needs printer to print off the label before hand.
Thank you so much for the information. It has a lot of headache I don't have any printer to print and I can't find any parcel shop near me so it's better to go to post office and send the parcel through Royal Mail it's less than 2kg it might be £5.
Thank you from your great comment
lemooo
mixmixi
lemooo
How to send a parcel using my Hermes it's the first time I'm sending parcel, should I use the post office or any other information if you have please let me know
The parcel is around 1 to 2 kg
Click on parcel help and faqshttps://www.myhermes.co.uk/RWD/send-a-parcel.html#/price
Thank you I went to the procedure and it's cheaper than post office.
But I don't know how to send the parcel it my first time I'm sending it. do they collect from my home? Should I do the packaging.


You'll need to do the packaging. Collection. Or drop off depends o. The type of service you choose. If drop off selected (cheaper option) you need to take the parcel to a "parcel shop" yourself (not post office!). You also needs printer to print off the label before hand.
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Up to £20 parcel protection only £0.13 @ Parcel2Go

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Seems very good to me considering this beats RM prices too. Booking must be done for myherms and for 13p you can now add protection for up to £20 worth to your parcels which weight up to 1kg. Origi…
mixmixi Avatar10m, 2w agoFound 10 months, 2 weeks ago18 Comments
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kneale81
Oh and who actually pays for sending a parcel through p2g? There are always codes floating around - LOL.
not at the moment
Freezing. You are not covered for a multitude of items - check the my Hermes T&C's you won't get anything for electronics, computers, resin, glass, etc etc. RM every time for me I've made plenty of claims and always got a refund whereas Hermes went through my listing with a fine tooth comb until they found a reason not to pay.
Oh and who actually pays for sending a parcel through p2g? There are always codes floating around - LOL.
BuzzDuraband
I got this email earlier and it confused me somewhat, is a Royal Mail 2nd class parcel not £2.80 with £20 compensation? (let's be honest, their 2nd class will be faster than the MyHermes route). What were/are they referring to with the 18% cheaper statement, Royal Mail 1st class?

When I sell stuffs on eBay and send via Hermes, the item always gets there within 2 days, as long as I drop off at the parcel shop before 5pm.

Edited By: kneale81 on Jan 14, 2016 01:58
Cold - What a con! How can they claim an 18% discount when they are comparing their ex vat price
Very bad if not downright false advertising
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Send up to 3kg parcels for £3.59 inc. VAT @ Parcel2go

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*** If this is your first time using Parcel2go you can use the code P2GFREEH for a free service. At Parcel2Go, we like having the lowest prices. In fact, we like it so much that we’ve gone and red…
mixmixi Avatar1y, 1w agoFound 1 year, 1 week ago41 Comments
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funjunglejim1
I know these get slated everytime they get posted but this is from my experience. I use parcel2go for all my business post parcels - around £2k per month (30 parcels a day roughly) This year I must have 2 or 3 which have got lost. Comparing it to Royal mail which I send all large letters and low cost air mail I have had a lot more problems.
And parcelto go is all tracked. If you're sending a one off parcel then insurance maybe worth considering but for high value usage don't bother as you'll save in the long run. I'd recommend 100%. Hope that helps
All is good until you have a problem. Their cs is crap in my numerous experiences. The couriers themselves are good on the whole except in post. But when you have a problem you have to go through parcel2go which is where the fun begins!

Very true. I just lost one parcel with myhermes. It was badly damaged and their CS wont refund saying terms and conditions that this item not covered etc.
sent a parcel,booked delivery online put weight as 1kg as it was from my scale,n paid £2.60 then dropped off,everything fine, next day received an email saying delivery being held coz of overweight,p2g says actual weight is 1.1kg.. paid an extra of £4.27, WTF! if i had put 1.1kg or up to 3kg,it would've only cost me £3.70 ish.. now i end up paying £2.60+£4.27=almost £7. p2g says the underpayment includes handling fees of £2.50. makes no bloody sense! rip off
funjunglejim1
I know these get slated everytime they get posted but this is from my experience. I use parcel2go for all my business post parcels - around £2k per month (30 parcels a day roughly) This year I must have 2 or 3 which have got lost. Comparing it to Royal mail which I send all large letters and low cost air mail I have had a lot more problems.
And parcelto go is all tracked. If you're sending a one off parcel then insurance maybe worth considering but for high value usage don't bother as you'll save in the long run. I'd recommend 100%. Hope that helps


All is good until you have a problem. Their cs is crap in my numerous experiences. The couriers themselves are good on the whole except in post. But when you have a problem you have to go through parcel2go which is where the fun begins!
paggy123
can anyone suggest the cheapest way to send an camera worth around £550 and is also insured please?
I'd send that Special Delivery Royal Mail- automatically insured upto £8.55. You don't necessarily want the cheapest when it comes to valuable stuff.
can anyone suggest the cheapest way to send an camera worth around £550 and is also insured please?
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Exclusive Next Day Delivery For Parcels up to 20Kg £5.99 @ DPD via Parcel2go.com

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Looks like a fantastic price for next day delivery for up to 20kg parcels! If you are a first time customer it can be also free using code P2GFREEH More info: The DPD Pickup service allows you
mixmixi Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago138 Comments
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Works in conjunction with the £5.00 off your 1st order from parcel2go.
linhang90
Victoria: Hello, you're through to Victoria. How can I help you today?
hang: sent a parcel,booked delivery online put weight as 1kg as it was from my scale,n paid £2.60 then dropped off,everything fine, next day received an email saying delivery being held coz of overweight,p2g says actual weight is 1.1kg.. coz of the 0.1kg i have been ask to pay an extra of £4.27, WTF! if i had put 1.1kg or up to 3kg,it would've only cost me £3.70 ish.. now i end up paying £2.60+£4.27=almost £7. p2g says the underpayment includes handling fees of £2.50. makes no bloody sense! rip off. congrats P2G,you've lost another customer!
Victoria: I am very sorry to hear this.
hang: coz p2g is cheap and easy so i use it. if there was another company that is similar i'd be gone straight away without no hesitation
hang: i understand if its overweight but your charge is ridiculous on that!
Victoria: I understand
hang: 0.1kg overweight costs £4.27 are you serious? is this how you do business? is this how you rip ur customers off?
hang: to send a parcel that weighs twice as much only costs £3.70 ish... and 0,1kg overweight costs £4.27
Victoria: I can only advise that you email [email protected] as that is the underpayment department
hang: you're sure going to lose more customers

it's hermes that set the over weight fee, nothing to do with p2go

I got charged £5 something extra on a 3.2kg parcel that cost me £3.78 to send (2-3kg) when booking through the myhermes website



Edited By: yus786 on Dec 10, 2015 18:47
linhang90
Victoria: Hello, you're through to Victoria. How can I help you today?
hang: sent a parcel,booked delivery online put weight as 1kg as it was from my scale,n paid £2.60 then dropped off,everything fine, next day received an email saying delivery being held coz of overweight,p2g says actual weight is 1.1kg.. coz of the 0.1kg i have been ask to pay an extra of £4.27, WTF! if i had put 1.1kg or up to 3kg,it would've only cost me £3.70 ish.. now i end up paying £2.60+£4.27=almost £7. p2g says the underpayment includes handling fees of £2.50. makes no bloody sense! rip off. congrats P2G,you've lost another customer!
Victoria: I am very sorry to hear this.
hang: coz p2g is cheap and easy so i use it. if there was another company that is similar i'd be gone straight away without no hesitation
hang: i understand if its overweight but your charge is ridiculous on that!
Victoria: I understand
hang: 0.1kg overweight costs £4.27 are you serious? is this how you do business? is this how you rip ur customers off?
hang: to send a parcel that weighs twice as much only costs £3.70 ish... and 0,1kg overweight costs £4.27
Victoria: I can only advise that you email [email protected] as that is the underpayment department
hang: you're sure going to lose more customers

You've just told the world that you're a pillock. Congratulations.
linhang90
Victoria: Hello, you're through to Victoria. How can I help you today?
hang: sent a parcel,booked delivery online put weight as 1kg as it was from my scale,n paid £2.60 then dropped off,everything fine, next day received an email saying delivery being held coz of overweight,p2g says actual weight is 1.1kg.. coz of the 0.1kg i have been ask to pay an extra of £4.27, WTF! if i had put 1.1kg or up to 3kg,it would've only cost me £3.70 ish.. now i end up paying £2.60+£4.27=almost £7. p2g says the underpayment includes handling fees of £2.50. makes no bloody sense! rip off. congrats P2G,you've lost another customer!
Victoria: I am very sorry to hear this.
hang: coz p2g is cheap and easy so i use it. if there was another company that is similar i'd be gone straight away without no hesitation
hang: i understand if its overweight but your charge is ridiculous on that!
Victoria: I understand
hang: 0.1kg overweight costs £4.27 are you serious? is this how you do business? is this how you rip ur customers off?
hang: to send a parcel that weighs twice as much only costs £3.70 ish... and 0,1kg overweight costs £4.27
Victoria: I can only advise that you email [email protected] as that is the underpayment department
hang: you're sure going to lose more customers


What a bloody nonsense! Next time be honest and you won't go through any of these.
Victoria: Hello, you're through to Victoria. How can I help you today?
hang: sent a parcel,booked delivery online put weight as 1kg as it was from my scale,n paid £2.60 then dropped off,everything fine, next day received an email saying delivery being held coz of overweight,p2g says actual weight is 1.1kg.. coz of the 0.1kg i have been ask to pay an extra of £4.27, WTF! if i had put 1.1kg or up to 3kg,it would've only cost me £3.70 ish.. now i end up paying £2.60+£4.27=almost £7. p2g says the underpayment includes handling fees of £2.50. makes no bloody sense! rip off. congrats P2G,you've lost another customer!
Victoria: I am very sorry to hear this.
hang: coz p2g is cheap and easy so i use it. if there was another company that is similar i'd be gone straight away without no hesitation
hang: i understand if its overweight but your charge is ridiculous on that!
Victoria: I understand
hang: 0.1kg overweight costs £4.27 are you serious? is this how you do business? is this how you rip ur customers off?
hang: to send a parcel that weighs twice as much only costs £3.70 ish... and 0,1kg overweight costs £4.27
Victoria: I can only advise that you email [email protected] as that is the underpayment department
hang: you're sure going to lose more customers
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Parcels < 1kg reduced again to £2.34 at Parcel2go.com, via MyHermes Parcelshop

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This price has been on before, but it went up to around £2.58. It's back on at £1.95+VAT, so £2.34. If you purchase £100 of prepay you can get 5% extra, so around £2.22 per parcel. For comparison…
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dlm136
Be careful about weight on myhermes direct - I just got a bill for a parcel I sent as 0-1kg which they weighed as 1.2kg (just 200g over!)
they are asking for an extra £4 (difference plus a penalty)
They have also reduced their standard compensation to £25
Royal mail small parcel is £2.80 up to 2kg which includes £20 compensation (though it's a PITA to claim and then only for cost)

That's interesting as I have always been worried. Some of my parcels are 1.05kg, and I have gotten away with it so far. I guess maybe there is a leeway - good to know that it is not more than 200g so I won't risk anything once it gets that heavy.
Be careful about weight on myhermes direct - I just got a bill for a parcel I sent as 0-1kg which they weighed as 1.2kg (just 200g over!)
they are asking for an extra £4 (difference plus a penalty)
They have also reduced their standard compensation to £25
Royal mail small parcel is £2.80 up to 2kg which includes £20 compensation (though it's a PITA to claim and then only for cost)
agreed. just got onto parcel2go and its now 2.75 with no insurance. 2.78 if you book direct with £50 insurance - its a no brainer so gonna go direct. God knows what they are playing at!
Parcel2Go increased their fees for <1kilo parcels using myHermes (drop off) from £2.34 to £2.75 earlier this week. WHO do they think will use this service, which has no insurance cover, when you can for an extra 5p book direct with myHermes and get cover up to £50 for the same parcel. Similar cover using P2G would be an extra £2.50(+vat) making a grand total of £5.75 !! Similar package sent via Royal Mail ( up to 2kilo with size limitations) would cost £2.80 with up to £20 free cover in event of loss, but without any tracking. Who in their right mind would book through P2G for small parcels ?
Anyone else get a price increase today? I went to price up a parcel (drop off at Parcel Shop) and it has increased from like £2.20 to £2.80!

Now exactly the same price as direct from MyHermes...
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Send a parcel up to 1kg for £2.34 via MyHermes ParcelShop @ Parcel2Go

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Around 50% cheaper than CollectPlus... their 0-2KG economy service is £4.89. Royal Mail 2nd Class - £2.80 Up to £20.00 FREE compensation with extra compensation available to the value of £1,000.00…
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This has sadly expired now, just had confirmation from a livechat agent when it wouldnt work for me :(
Had a bad experience(parcel2go) today. sent a phone to a friend parcel received but no phone inside it :(

Edited By: thathi123 on Feb 04, 2015 11:41
I have been using myHermes for a couple of years now, and not had any problems until recently. Before Christmas they smashed the top of a box which had 2 small glasses in and very well bubblwrapped etc. More recently another box was ripped open on one side to reveal a loaf of packing materal. I have pictures of both incidents and will be sending the ripped open box one to hermes . Yes I know glass is not included for compo, but I packed them very well, to no avail.

For some items Royal Mail take the micky with their prices, and losing the parcels as well.

Edited By: avalon50 on Feb 03, 2015 20:59: Added text
My Hermes is £2.78 upto 1kg and £3.78 upto 2kg, both with £50 compensation.

Parcels2go is £2.34 with zero compensation upto 1kg and £3.78 with £20 compensation upto 2kg.
deep2601
no way only if u want to loose the parcel

Not had a problem yet with Hermes - RM have lost 3
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Parcelforce Multi 12 Noon £5.99 + £10 collection charge and vat @ Parcel2go

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Probably more aimed at business sellers as you need to order 3 or more boxes to the same place. Basically its £5.99 + £10 collection charge and vat. As you can see it becomes more worthwhile the m…
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Why is this expired the service is still available, and is unbeatable when sending many items.
J4GG4
parcelmonkey are better for parcel force quotes.

3 x 24kg parcels

parcelmonkey:

Parcelforce 24
Tracked & Signed For
£25.00
£30.00 inc VAT

parcel2go:

Parcelforce Multi 12 Noon
£17.97 exc VAT
£21.56 inc VAT
Badger1980
psmith1958
its voted cold because its not a bargain sorry n all that ;)

As above please link me where it is cheaper.

I didn't think this site was specifically for bargains, from what I know this is a good deal. Yes its not as cheap as a 1kg My Hermes 3 day service which is about £2 + vat but for a timed 25kg service with arguably the most credible UK courier its a good deal.
parcelmonkey are better for parcel force quotes.
psmith1958
its voted cold because its not a bargain sorry n all that ;)

As above please link me where it is cheaper.

I didn't think this site was specifically for bargains, from what I know this is a good deal. Yes its not as cheap as a 1kg My Hermes 3 day service which is about £2 + vat but for a timed 25kg service with arguably the most credible UK courier its a good deal.

Edited By: Badger1980 on Dec 01, 2014 12:33: typo
leewills8
Delivery can be found cheaper elsewhere. And I'm not talking about Hermes!

Maybe but next day AM for 25kg parcels to non account customers via a reputable company?

I am actually asking where because I have got 10 boxes of 25kgs to send on tuesday so if there is a cheaper service that won't lose the parcels i'll use it.

Edited By: Badger1980 on Nov 30, 2014 19:42
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Price drop. Limited time offer. from £2.34 (myhermes) - drop off (max 15kg) from £1.91(in post) - locker (max 20kg) click more info at the link under the relevant courier. ------------------…
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I've been a major advocate of inpost until a recent episode where a delivery was supposedly attempted twice, a 'card left ' message updated on the tracking system that actually never was left, Interparcel via inpost stated that they don't always leave cards despite what the tracking says and that didn't constitue breach of terms, the recipient knew nothing of the attempted delivery, and so it was then decided to return to me as he hadn't collected after 2days after second delivery attempt. It then took 10 days to be returned to me.

Interparcel have been shocking at dealing with it, simply refusing to admit any wrongdoing on the part of the courier, even though the picture they are meant to take of the property they visit was blank.

It's annoying as Interparcel offer £50 cover as standard, so whilst I want to make my point, I'm being held to them for the price with cover.
LavenderGooms
Used Inpost three times now and everything's been delivered within four working days, so certainly not the quickest out there.

The tracking system as others have mentioned is somewhat horrendous - tracking numbers given on receipts don't work, and usually a completely different number is used. Delivery was confirmed in the end though through the Citylink website but Inpost's website is dreadful.

They actually fixed that the other day. When you print a label now it has the tracking number on the label. That is the tracking number that will work when tracked on citylink. Also if the label won't scan you can manually enter it at the terminal when dropping it off. So it seems there is slight improvement.

Outstanding issue is that they only deliver twice before requiring the recipient to collect and the depots can be quite far. If they fail the first time they automatically redeliver the next day or the day after unless you reschedule so that second attempt can be used up before the recipient realizes.
Used Inpost three times now and everything's been delivered within four working days, so certainly not the quickest out there.

The tracking system as others have mentioned is somewhat horrendous - tracking numbers given on receipts don't work, and usually a completely different number is used. Delivery was confirmed in the end though through the Citylink website but Inpost's website is dreadful.
I used inpost (through parcel2go) without problem for a couple of times then they opened a set of lockers much nearer me. Trouble was, I think they forgot to tell the delivery driver cos they weren't collected for over a week. Didn't use them for a while but a recent injury means I can't walk far and these are literally just across the road from me, so sent off 7 parcels with them last week and they all arrived within 4 days of me sending them. So I'm very pleased at the service if it continues like that. I should also say that I printed the wrong address on one label (put number 1 instead of number 11 - duh). As soon as I contacted parcel2go they amended the delivery address and it got there just fine so I have no complaints at all really
Don't use parcel 2 go, use interparcel for inpost, £50 comp instead of £20 and customer service excellent. I made a claim for damage to a game case during transit, they paid the full value of the item within three days of claim.
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Looks like they've changed the compensation amount to £20.00 FREE
Used to be £50.

Probably because of all the claims they were losing too much money.

And the price is back up to £2.99 now. Good for heavier stuff still that is cheap.
Other than heavier their service is now pointless...
£3.59 inc VAT
£20 compensation
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mspychala
Looks like they've changed the compensation amount to £20.00 FREE
Used to be £50.

Probably because of all the claims they were losing too much money.

And the price is back up to £2.99 now. Good for heavier stuff still that is cheap.
Looks like they've changed the compensation amount to £20.00 FREE
Used to be £50.
I hope I'm not tempting fate as I've got a parcel out for delivery at the mo, but the 3 previous items I sent got there really quickly (the next day!) and problem free.
yasser_7862
is anyone else having problems with the tracking? The tracking inpost gives me when i send the parcel is useless. On inpost/city link it will show up as not found.

I contacted interparcel and they gave me a totally different tracking number and said it was delivered (which it was)... So everytime i get a parcel sent the tracking number on the receipt is useless and wont track..

overall i have sent around 15 parcels- 1 parcel i sent got lost, for another, the person wasn't in and sent it back to me (took more than a week to come back) but apart from that its been OK. Currently trying to claim for 1 but they keep telling me they are doing a "depot search" so i guess its a long wait for a refund.

parcel2go is more efficient and tracking seems to work most times
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Very good I can use it any time. Free Delivery
mcfatty
yobear
Doing business with Inpost via Parcel2go. I have send parcel to customer around 50 days back, which was never delivered nor returned to me. When i opened a claim with Parcel2go, they say they located the parcel in Virtual e-world and rejected claim. Still no signs of physical parcel being returned or refund after 50 days. Big no to to Parcel2go and Inpost, Royalmail is expensive but gives you piece of mind.

I've had more lost with Royal Mail than hermes or inpost. Hermes i've actually never had one lost with and i've sent 2-300. Inpost the tracking sucks but at £1.20 i was treating it as a cheap non tracked service, about half of them would track. If they get lost you can contact them and they seem to have tracking which is not uploaded or they make it up.

I did get tracking for a few by asking. One item they could not find and i claimed with parcel2go and it was resolved in days. Painless. I have another one they gave me some dodgy tracking for but the customer says was not delivered but i'm not sure who to believe. At the same time as giving me the tracking they gave me a link to dispute and claim for the item. It's as if they know it is shoddy. lol

Royal Mail lost an international signed for item and it took 4 months to get compensation. I then submitted a claim for a 2nd class parcel and normally they accept ebay and paypal printouts as proof of value but this time they demanded actual receipt (it actually cost more than what i sold it for anyway). I send that in and they said it will take another 3 months as they will now check with recipient. They really don't want to pay out and it is only worth £20. I've got another 2 lost packages with royal mail so i'll see how that goes. If you claim regularly because you send high volumes of stuff i notice they get more and more stringent and really do not want to pay out.

RM are not necessarily better in my experience. I think it is better to judge when you've had some lost and gone through the process of claiming with them all.


I agree with you. Different service can be good for different users. I however have used both the services on daily basis, i have given up on using Inpost via Parcel2go. I had more complains of INR and item returned without even trying to deliver to the buyer. I will wait for more good reviews of Inpost to start, before start using them again.
yobear
Doing business with Inpost via Parcel2go. I have send parcel to customer around 50 days back, which was never delivered nor returned to me. When i opened a claim with Parcel2go, they say they located the parcel in Virtual e-world and rejected claim. Still no signs of physical parcel being returned or refund after 50 days. Big no to to Parcel2go and Inpost, Royalmail is expensive but gives you piece of mind.

I've had more lost with Royal Mail than hermes or inpost. Hermes i've actually never had one lost with and i've sent 2-300. Inpost the tracking sucks but at £1.20 i was treating it as a cheap non tracked service, about half of them would track. If they get lost you can contact them and they seem to have tracking which is not uploaded or they make it up.

I did get tracking for a few by asking. One item they could not find and i claimed with parcel2go and it was resolved in days. Painless. I have another one they gave me some dodgy tracking for but the customer says was not delivered but i'm not sure who to believe. At the same time as giving me the tracking they gave me a link to dispute and claim for the item. It's as if they know it is shoddy. lol

Royal Mail lost an international signed for item and it took 4 months to get compensation. I then submitted a claim for a 2nd class parcel and normally they accept ebay and paypal printouts as proof of value but this time they demanded actual receipt (it actually cost more than what i sold it for anyway). I send that in and they said it will take another 3 months as they will now check with recipient. They really don't want to pay out and it is only worth £20. I've got another 2 lost packages with royal mail so i'll see how that goes. If you claim regularly because you send high volumes of stuff i notice they get more and more stringent and really do not want to pay out.

RM are not necessarily better in my experience. I think it is better to judge when you've had some lost and gone through the process of claiming with them all.
yobear
Doing business with Inpost via Parcel2go. I have send parcel to customer around 50 days back, which was never delivered nor returned to me. When i opened a claim with Parcel2go, they say they located the parcel in Virtual e-world and rejected claim. Still no signs of physical parcel being returned or refund after 50 days. Big no to to Parcel2go and Inpost, Royalmail is expensive but gives you piece of mind.

That's quite unlucky.
I've always used Parcel2go, and generally opt for the couriers that I have to drop the parcel off to a store or suchlike.
Last week I sent one (for the first time) via the Inpost courier via P2G, and (luckily?) it was delivered ahead of schedule.

Even RM mess up as well though, but it feels like certain courier companies have a far worse reputation than others. oO
Doing business with Inpost via Parcel2go. I have send parcel to customer around 50 days back, which was never delivered nor returned to me. When i opened a claim with Parcel2go, they say they located the parcel in Virtual e-world and rejected claim. Still no signs of physical parcel being returned or refund after 50 days. Big no to to Parcel2go and Inpost, Royalmail is expensive but gives you piece of mind.
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Victoria: Hello, you're through to Victoria. How can I help you today?
hang: sent a parcel,booked delivery online put weight as 1kg as it was from my scale,n paid £2.60 then dropped off,everything fine, next day received an email saying delivery being held coz of overweight,p2g says actual weight is 1.1kg.. coz of the 0.1kg i have been ask to pay an extra of £4.27, WTF! if i had put 1.1kg or up to 3kg,it would've only cost me £3.70 ish.. now i end up paying £2.60+£4.27=almost £7. p2g says the underpayment includes handling fees of £2.50. makes no bloody sense! rip off. congrats P2G,you've lost another customer!
Victoria: I am very sorry to hear this.
hang: coz p2g is cheap and easy so i use it. if there was another company that is similar i'd be gone straight away without no hesitation
hang: i understand if its overweight but your charge is ridiculous on that!
Victoria: I understand
hang: 0.1kg overweight costs £4.27 are you serious? is this how you do business? is this how you rip ur customers off?
hang: to send a parcel that weighs twice as much only costs £3.70 ish... and 0,1kg overweight costs £4.27
Victoria: I can only advise that you email [email protected] as that is the underpayment department
hang: you're sure going to lose more customers.
Without a small punitive deterrent then they would get alot of people underpaying, if underpaying and being caught only meant paying the actual difference. You agree to those terms when ordering and most that i have used have similar terms.
This chap has been putting this comment on three of my posts which were related to P2G deals. She must learn to be honest rather moaning why being fined for lying.
linhang90
Victoria: Hello, you're through to Victoria. How can I help you today?
hang: sent a parcel,booked delivery online put weight as 1kg as it was from my scale,n paid £2.60 then dropped off,everything fine, next day received an email saying delivery being held coz of overweight,p2g says actual weight is 1.1kg.. coz of the 0.1kg i have been ask to pay an extra of £4.27, WTF! if i had put 1.1kg or up to 3kg,it would've only cost me £3.70 ish.. now i end up paying £2.60+£4.27=almost £7. p2g says the underpayment includes handling fees of £2.50. makes no bloody sense! rip off. congrats P2G,you've lost another customer!
Victoria: I am very sorry to hear this.
hang: coz p2g is cheap and easy so i use it. if there was another company that is similar i'd be gone straight away without no hesitation
hang: i understand if its overweight but your charge is ridiculous on that!
Victoria: I understand
hang: 0.1kg overweight costs £4.27 are you serious? is this how you do business? is this how you rip ur customers off?
hang: to send a parcel that weighs twice as much only costs £3.70 ish... and 0,1kg overweight costs £4.27
Victoria: I can only advise that you email [email protected] as that is the underpayment department
hang: you're sure going to lose more customers.
Without a small punitive deterrent then they would get alot of people underpaying, if underpaying and being caught only meant paying the actual difference. You agree to those terms when ordering and most that i have used have similar terms.
Victoria: Hello, you're through to Victoria. How can I help you today?
hang: sent a parcel,booked delivery online put weight as 1kg as it was from my scale,n paid £2.60 then dropped off,everything fine, next day received an email saying delivery being held coz of overweight,p2g says actual weight is 1.1kg.. coz of the 0.1kg i have been ask to pay an extra of £4.27, WTF! if i had put 1.1kg or up to 3kg,it would've only cost me £3.70 ish.. now i end up paying £2.60+£4.27=almost £7. p2g says the underpayment includes handling fees of £2.50. makes no bloody sense! rip off. congrats P2G,you've lost another customer!
Victoria: I am very sorry to hear this.
hang: coz p2g is cheap and easy so i use it. if there was another company that is similar i'd be gone straight away without no hesitation
hang: i understand if its overweight but your charge is ridiculous on that!
Victoria: I understand
hang: 0.1kg overweight costs £4.27 are you serious? is this how you do business? is this how you rip ur customers off?
hang: to send a parcel that weighs twice as much only costs £3.70 ish... and 0,1kg overweight costs £4.27
Victoria: I can only advise that you email [email protected] as that is the underpayment department
hang: you're sure going to lose more customers.
banita
We are planning to install 1100 InPost Parcel Lockers across the country in 2014. Let us know where you would like one.
Wow, Great, Plymouth Please, as close to Pl1 as possible :))
Brilliant - and there's a locker close by even though I live in a rural area.
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valerydarcy
booked a collection last week and they didnt show up. useless sh*te.
I wonder whether she booked the Parcel Shop delivery, without reading the t's and c's. Then sat there waiting at home for a collection, when she should have been handing it over at a shop!
hermescouriermike
Being a courier for Hermes. Thank you For all the positive comments for MyHermes,
For the Negative comments...
You order/buy something so you are expecting a courier to knock on your door.... so why the hell arnt you home.
Hermes couriers are self-employed and get paid min 45p per parcel once it has been delivered and not for every attempt... You dont like the service bloody go elsewhere,

You're doing hermes no favours by posting that. And quite obviously people are going elsewhere.

I understand you are not getting paid much but that is an issue for you and your employer. Customers buy a service and want to receive their item safely. At the same time if you dislike the pay you can also go elsewhere. While i am not accusing you it seems like there is a significant amount of drivers just throwing the items and leaving the item outside homes regardless of risk.
Being a courier for Hermes. Thank you For all the positive comments for MyHermes,
For the Negative comments...
You order/buy something so you are expecting a courier to knock on your door.... so why the hell arnt you home.
Hermes couriers are self-employed and get paid min 45p per parcel once it has been delivered and not for every attempt... You dont like the service bloody go elsewhere,
Sent 2 parcels to the same person, same item, One with Hermes 4-5 Days and one with UPS 48 Hour, The Hermes one arrived before 1pm yesterday and they are still waiting for the UPS one over 28 hours after the Hermes parcel arrived (even though UPS say they attempted a delivery yesterday which they certainly didn't as the company have a 24 Hour reception and no card was left).

Just checked the UPS site and its been 'delayed' for another business day, think Ill stick to Hermes in future.

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davidian84
Also 1-2kg £3.59 instead of £3.78
Wonder if its a promo price as its not on myhermes

Parcel2go offer £10 free first parcel and £5 extra when you top up £100.

how do you qualify for that, just joined but no sign of the offer,

The code is LABELFREE

Enter that when prompted, it only covers delivery and signature, increased insurance above £20 default is additional.
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Arold
I HATE Parcel2Go.

Worst of all (ignoring the couriers themselves), there's no way of using up prepay balance in part-payment, you have to write it off or add even more - tantamount to theft.

They make it impossible or at least near-impossible to get in touch by phone, and even 'chat' is hard to find. They're appalling at dealing with problems, and there's a high chance you'll have problems if you use them.

They publish only positive reviews on their website.

And there's no way of changing the email address on an account - you have to create a new account!

What an appalling operation. Be ashamed, be embarrassed, people who work there.

That's nothing. Parcel2go told me that my parcel had been stolen by **** and that they were dredging the canal to find it. I kid you not:

http://imageshack.com/a/img801/1042/p2goparcelstolen.png
I HATE Parcel2Go.

Worst of all (ignoring the couriers themselves), there's no way of using up prepay balance in part-payment, you have to write it off or add even more - tantamount to theft.

They make it impossible or at least near-impossible to get in touch by phone, and even 'chat' is hard to find. They're appalling at dealing with problems, and there's a high chance you'll have problems if you use them.

They publish only positive reviews on their website.

And there's no way of changing the email address on an account - you have to create a new account!

What an appalling operation. Be ashamed, be embarrassed, people who work there.
I've used the UPS Store to Store service today and it was OK. The nearest drop off point was closed despite what Parcel2go's information states however I handed over my parcels at the second nearest outlet with no issues.
ashtad
Good deal if sending to family etc but wouldn't recommend for eBay and services like that

why not, please?
Parcel 2 go are a delivery company,they use ups ,Hermes, yodel etc as their couriers
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They really do live by their name Parcel 2 go, my last parcel certainly went......in to the abyss via Hermes. Parcel2Go almost told me where to go too. Never again bunch of erm erm erm!

my did too, parcel2go and hermes couldn't give a damn - hermes are useless

luckily I paid for insurance so parcel2go refunded the postage and item cost but not the insurance - 9 weeks battles but I gave in and reported them to trading standards, etc.posted this on their facebook. they must have STUPID people working for them as basically they've stolen £5 off me for a short term gain but they've lost £100's a month in trade from me now - they can get f**ked

"Terrible company. Well I have reluctantly accepted your pathetic offer as I cant be bothered to argue anymore. So basically your company has stolen £5 off me as you wont pay back the insurance cover in case you do a pathetically bad job. Well done, you've won for now. Short term gain. I sell 10-40 parcels a day and will not be using your company again. That in my book is a business fail. You may laugh and think you've got away with it but I have reported your company to Trading Standards, Ofcom, consumer direct. I am also one of the biggest posters on several forums like moneysavingexpert (500,000+ users) and hotukdeals (1 million+ users) and i shall post my rubbish experience. I will also add my experience to my many Facebook forums. I call that a 2nd fail. Company's like yours don't deserve to be in business. You can judge how good a business is when something goes wrong. You get less than 0 out of a 100. I'd like to know how I get my credit back from my 2 accounts and then how I close them?"
p5x
do you have a direct link to the live chat page, I can't seem to find it on their site
you will be scratching you're head or better yet you will be smashing it on the wall. they are useless and a lot of people know it. they should be reported on consumer watchdog. they take your money then if something goes wrong they make a reason not to refund you. happened to me and to a lot of people on this thread. don't say i didn't warn you all... no telephone number just a chat session to discuss your problem. such a very very bad company! NEVER AGAIN....
do you have a direct link to the live chat page, I can't seem to find it on their site
Yes you do
do you have to go via live chat to get the deal? can't see any mention of it on their website.
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i was just sending a parcel and the price for ups shop to shop delivery is only 75p plus vat a baragin if you want shop to shop
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it says Special Offer – limited to 10 parcels per customer does that mean i can only send 10 parcels in my lifetime lol? please help
It means you can only send 10 parcels at the current 75p special offer rate.

Then it goes back to £4.99

Just sent a parcel down to london for 75p - great ;)
it says Special Offer – limited to 10 parcels per customer does that mean i can only send 10 parcels in my lifetime lol? please help
Hot deal. I hope it's still on next week.
luminox
I decided to try this BUT its a very messy process.
You have to give the recipients mobile number.
you have to contact the recipient to establish which is their nearest shop and if they are prepared to collect it.
Its actually 75p plus VAT still an amazing price, I found people are a bit reluctant to give their mobile numbers.
Good for Ebay sellers, just a little messy,

been using parcel2go for years and i put my mobile number in when it asks for the customers, never had a single phone call from them.
Great offer... fantastic find... Thank you :D
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What this 10 parcels per customer ? Is that 10 at a time or is 10 the total amount you can ever send on a parcels2go account.
10 in total surely.
What this 10 parcels per customer ? Is that 10 at a time or is 10 the total amount you can ever send on a parcels2go account.
Not allowed from UK mainland to Northern Ireland :(
welshblob
For some reason I found it difficult to find the access point locator. Here is a link for others struggling .... https://www.ups.com/dropoff?loc=en_GB

http://cdn.smosh.com/sites/default/files/ftpuploads/bloguploads/funny-ironic-croc-eating-croc-shoe.jpg
I just used this for a late Christmas present. Got it for the 99p + vat as advertised, Would have cost me over £6 with Royal Mail.
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Victoria: Hello, you're through to Victoria. How can I help you today?
hang: sent a parcel,booked delivery online put weight as 1kg as it was from my scale,n paid £2.60 then dropped off,everything fine, next day received an email saying delivery being held coz of overweight,p2g says actual weight is 1.1kg.. coz of the 0.1kg i have been ask to pay an extra of £4.27, WTF! if i had put 1.1kg or up to 3kg,it would've only cost me £3.70 ish.. now i end up paying £2.60+£4.27=almost £7. p2g says the underpayment includes handling fees of £2.50. makes no bloody sense! rip off. congrats P2G,you've lost another customer!
Victoria: I am very sorry to hear this.
hang: coz p2g is cheap and easy so i use it. if there was another company that is similar i'd be gone straight away without no hesitation
hang: i understand if its overweight but your charge is ridiculous on that!
Victoria: I understand
hang: 0.1kg overweight costs £4.27 are you serious? is this how you do business? is this how you rip ur customers off?
hang: to send a parcel that weighs twice as much only costs £3.70 ish... and 0,1kg overweight costs £4.27
Victoria: I can only advise that you email [email protected] as that is the underpayment department
hang: you're sure going to lose more customers
Seems pretty good. Anyone have any experience of the Shop to Shop service?
UK to France in particular (or in reverse).