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Send parcels up to 20kg for £1.20 at P4D with InPost + 5.25% Topcashback

£1.20 @ P4D (Parcel Shipping Manager)
Special offer! Send a parcel up to 20kg for only £1+VAT InPost offers a convenient 24/7 delivery service, you simply deposit your parcel into one of their parcel lockers, day or night, then they pi… Read More
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2y, 9m agoFound 2 years, 9 months ago
Special offer! Send a parcel up to 20kg for only £1+VAT

InPost offers a convenient 24/7 delivery service, you simply deposit your parcel into one of their parcel lockers, day or night, then they pick it up and deliver it for you! Safe, secure and 100% convenient.

How does it work?

Select your most convenient InPost parcel locker from the 'Drop Off' section on the P4D website
Print the InPost label provided
Take your parcel to an InPost locker
Scan the parcel's barcode
A door on the locker will open
Put your parcel inside and close it – it takes just seconds!
Relax, your parcel will be delivered by a national UK courier to the door of the recipient within 3-5 working days

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#1
that's cheap
1 Like #2
Wasn't this posted already?
#3
Already posted here
3 Likes #4
This is a brilliant company I use them about 3 times a year when I'm going back to holland from nr. ireland. I always use my mothers old hoover box 85×35××35cm with up to 25 kilos for £26. The pick it up exactly on time and it's always carried into my hall In holland, It's great for me to get all my hukd bargains home with only one delivery charge.
#5
xcellentruby
This is a brilliant company I use them about 3 times a year when I'm going back to holland from nr. ireland. I always use my mothers old hoover box 85×35××35cm with up to 25 kilos for £26. The pick it up exactly on time and it's always carried into my hall In holland, It's great for me to get all my hukd bargains home with only one delivery charge.

I think the other deal posted was for parcel2go.
[mod]#6
** different company - not dupe *

Edited By: millarcat on Jul 17, 2014 07:01
#7
I looked into this and actually chose this as my delivery service on an ebay listing. I then saw some bad reviews on some website or other so ended up editing the listing back to another service. Anyone here actually used InPost?? £1.20 sounds great but it appears there's no signature so maybe not that good for ebay, and some problems with lockers being full or having other people's parcels still there. and probs contacting cust servs, so not sure it's worth it.
#8
Don't forget to check the size of the box to meet their requirements. Has to fit the locker. Wasn't able to send due to awkward shape.
#9
Great deal but the nearest drop off locker is 25 miles from me
#10
1kg packet to UK = £10.76
1kg packet to Netheralnds = £18

Is there a code to use or something? Parcelmonkey is giving far better prices.
#11
Great deal but lockers seem to be few and far between. My closest is a 14 mile trip.
#12
Noooooo way, that's way to cheap
#13
Its cheap as the box will be delivered damaged
The worse company ever!
Try to avoid it
#14
#15
Scissorhands
1kg packet to UK = £10.76
1kg packet to Netheralnds = £18

Is there a code to use or something? Parcelmonkey is giving far better prices.

I post a parcel to myself in the Netherlands 3 times a year 25kg 85cm×35×35cm for £26. Great service.
#16
shame I couldn't use it as theres no ipost locker near me
#17
I sent a parcel on Tuesday, still haven't been picked up from the locker.
On website, status says, CUSTOMER STORED
What the hell does that mean ? Did the recipient get it ???
#18
Review is not good
banned#19
I use P4D quite often and never had any problems
#20
doktoraldi
Relevance? P4D will never touch your parcel.
#21
I used it on monday after seeing the parcel2go listing. I sent 5 cheap items as a test, they all are marked as delivered as of yesterday so within 2 days of being dispatched and I have gotten positive feedback from 1 so all seems ok so far.

The problem I had was my nearest locker was just 1km away from me so I thought great, but on the day after I paid and printed labels it didn't show up so lockers were full, then the nearest was 4 miles so not too bad, but still a little inconvenient.

Edited By: kingnpuk on Jul 17, 2014 09:11: spelling mistake
#22
kingnpuk
I used it on monday after seeing the parcel2go listing. I sent 5 cheap items as a test, they all are marked as delivered as of yesterday so within 2 days of being dispatched and I have gotten positive feedback from 1 so all seems ok so far.

The problem I had was my nearest locker was just 1km away from me so I thought great, but on the day after I paid and printed labels it didn't show up so lovers were full, then the nearest was 4 miles so not too bad, but still a little inconvenient.

That's not good if you haven't got a car though is it to suddenly find you can't use the local one oO
#23
hot, thanks
#24
Do these only deliver to another locker for pickup or can it be sent straight to the recipient's house? Don't know why I can't find that info on their website o_O
#25
Kate - Parcels get sent to the recipient's house.

I used InPost three times over the past week as I have an InPost locker less than a mile away from me. Took me 60 seconds to press the touch-screen on the locker, scan my parcel barcode and place it in the locker. Tracked the parcels online and all were delivered next day:

Date Status history
2014-07-14, 10:38 Goods collected
2014-07-14, 16:42 On route to delivery depot
2014-07-14, 16:55 Awaiting Collection
2014-07-15, 04:15 Arrived at Delivery Depot
2014-07-15, 06:57 Goods loaded onto a van
2014-07-15, 16:10 Goods Delivered

Great concept and saves me loads of time queuing at the Post Office or waiting for items to be collected.
#26
Thanks!
#27
These seems a great price
#28
Does anyone know how long this offer is on for
#29
mikeecix
Kate - Parcels get sent to the recipient's house.

I used InPost three times over the past week as I have an InPost locker less than a mile away from me. Took me 60 seconds to press the touch-screen on the locker, scan my parcel barcode and place it in the locker. Tracked the parcels online and all were delivered next day:

Date Status history
2014-07-14, 10:38 Goods collected
2014-07-14, 16:42 On route to delivery depot
2014-07-14, 16:55 Awaiting Collection
2014-07-15, 04:15 Arrived at Delivery Depot
2014-07-15, 06:57 Goods loaded onto a van
2014-07-15, 16:10 Goods Delivered

Great concept and saves me loads of time queuing at the Post Office or waiting for items to be collected.

Is there an option to pay extra for a signature do you know?
1 Like #30
zworld
I sent a parcel on Tuesday, still haven't been picked up from the locker.
On website, status says, CUSTOMER STORED
What the hell does that mean ? Did the recipient get it ???
exact same issue myself, I think it means the courier hasn't even picked it up yet.. slow..
#31
Used this service the other day and the locker system is pretty cool, its available 24 hours a day. It took 20 seconds from start to finish and even emails you a receipt!
1 Like #32
deb8z

Is there an option to pay extra for a signature do you know?

It's included in the cost as per their website

"The recipient will need to sign for the parcel and everything is fully trackable online"
#33
I've sent about 10 eBay items using InPost in the last couple of weeks with no problems. Other services are faster but for £1.20 I have no complaints so far. The voice on the InPost locker machine is a bit like the sorting hat in Harry Potter!
1 Like #34
A word of warning. I tried to use a locker last night. It failed to recognise the barcode and then opened a locker that had a large parcel already in it! Being an honest chap I closed the locker.
Having said this I have used it once before without any problem.
Does make you think though...
1 Like #35
professorx
A word of warning. I tried to use a locker last night. It failed to recognise the barcode and then opened a locker that had a large parcel already in it! Being an honest chap I closed the locker.
Having said this I have used it once before without any problem.
Does make you think though...

OMG that's enough to put me off,I'd rather pay more for a service where someone can't get into the locker randomly :|
#36
probably a daft question, is it just within the UK?
#37
I also tried it today and having had no luck with the barcode (probably me being stupid) I noticed it had sprung open a locker with a large parcel in it. After closing it over, the screen then froze, so I couldn't use it. Just been back hours later and the same still frozen. Very frustrating.
#38
thanks will take a look

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