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A one day only deal.

On Monday the 8th Feb you can send your parcels for just 99p with Home Delivery Network.

Thanks to REXISMY DOG for pointing out £4 Quidco for new customers.

Terms:
The offer is only available for bookings made on Monday 8th February 2010.
The parcel must be boxed or in a jiffy bag this is not a mail service.
The offer will close at midnight on the 8th.
Booking can be made up to a week in advance, same day collections are not available on this service so the earliest collection day will be Tuesday 9th February.
The service is ONLY available via the HDNL Standard 24 - 72 hour delivery, this is a non guaranteed delivery service, all other standard terms and conditions and service restrictions will apply when a booking is made.
The service can ONLY be booked by registering with Parcel2Go.com and using the Parcel2Go eBay upload tool.
Once you've registered and uploaded your auctions you are given your shipping options; from here you will be able to select the 99p delivery option.
The offer is not available to transactions via the Parcel2Go.com site or through booking made via telephone, email or Live Help.
The offer cant be used in conjunction with any other Parcel2Go offer / discount / voucher currently running.

+Items must be approx. 2kg, less then 50cm in length and less than 0.5 cubic feet.
- splatsplatsplat
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#1
Wouldn't trust Home Delivery Network with anything personally! Have yet to have a hassle free experience with them!
#2
cdm22
Wouldn't trust Home Delivery Network with anything personally! Have yet to have a hassle free experience with them!


Have used it a few times with Parcels2Go and not had a problem. Is all insured and trackable.
#3
plus £4 quidco x
#4
have been the recipient of goods from these guys and was grateful that the parcel wasn't stolen as we weren't home and an Xbox 360 was just left on the doorstep.. I think i'd rather pay the £7 + vat from [url]www.p4d.co.uk[/url] for piece on mind.

Having said that though this is a great deal as long as the item isn't fragile or expensive!
#5
So it would mean that you make £3.01 on quidco cashback:) not bad.. might just send something to a friend to test their service..
#6
REXISMYDOG
plus £4 quidco x


not available with any other offer so i doubt they will honour quidco.. Just reading the T&C's and is reads as though it's only available as an ebay seller??
#7
On reading on the link, surely this is only for items you have sold on Ebay, or am I missing something?
#8
heat added
#9
Terms now included in OP
#10
All insured but they don't pay out.Bunch of real cowboys when you need to claim.
#11
Yep only available for things sold on ebay
#12
haha, and Home Delivery Network have just bought out DHL!!!! Maybe they are trying to rack up business before the take over!!!!
#13
i n t e r e s t i n g
#14
i use http://www.interparcel.com/

£7.99 for DHL 48HR

in 2 years ive not had a single issue
#15
Do Not Use This Company. I Ordered An Expensive Item From Play.com And They Used These Babboons For Delivery. It Magically Went Missing In Their Swindon Depot.

Spoke To Customer Service At Play They Said They Have Had Thousands Of Complaints About Them And Are Going To Stop Using Them.

As The_gfp Said Use Interparcel.co.uk, Awesome Service
#16
Had loads of deliveries from them - Absolute rubbish

If I am not in the put the parcel in our wheelie bin, last one went to the tip as we didn't see the card they put through our letterbox. Like alot of people I put my rubbish out at night and never look in it when putting stuff in our bin.

I have stopped ordering from companies who I know use this company. Be Warned
#17
Home Delivery Network are probably the worst courier company i've ever dealt with - 99p is a great price but personally i'm voting cold because of their terrible service. Sorry.
#18
avoid, p2g are ok until things go wrong, and with hdnl.....they will go wrong
#19
Does anyone know a cheap and reliable courier company that will insure international deliveries for up to £2000? Most seem to have a limit of £1000. I used to use Transglobal Express who were from about £50 (depending on the country) for a 6kg parcel including the insurance, but they have stopped insuring parcels. Parcelforce offer this level of insurance but charge at least £125 regardless of the country.
#20
notts6501
Have used it a few times with Parcels2Go and not had a problem. Is all insured and trackable.




Yes me too!! they lost my nans xmas gift that we sent, and because i was a 6 days too late claiming (which i warned them i wouldn't be able to until then) , parcels 2 go won't let me claim!! awful
#21
not working for me, everytime i get to the end, its showing up as full price, done all the ebay stuff aswell. Maybe its for new customers only.
#22
the_gfp
i use http://www.interparcel.com/

£7.99 for DHL 48HR

in 2 years ive not had a single issue


Or even UPS (called interparcel economy) for £6.50 + VAT from interparcel. Not guaranteed next day but the only time I've not had the item delivered next day is when the snow was down (I post 5 items a week on ave with them)
#23
khy86
not working for me, everytime i get to the end, its showing up as full price, done all the ebay stuff aswell. Maybe its for new customers only.


uhhhh, its not monday yet, thank god
#24
Cold from experience like many on here.
#25
+ Items must be approx. 2kg, less then 50cm in length and less than 0.5 cubic feet.

thats a BIG small Term and Condition!
#26
wait so this can only be booked on Monday for collection on Monday, or am i mistaken.

I thought we had to book now to get the offer
#27
you can only book it on monday, for collection tuesday onwards, but as i just said it has to be boxed up or jiffy bagged at 2kg or less, and 0.5 cubic feet, which for example 25cm x 25cm x 25cm is too big. AND you have to have 3 items or over to send AND they have to have been sold on ebay AND you have to give the courier a cuppa tea and a BJ when he collects.
#28
splatsplatsplat;7764584
you can only book it on monday, for collection tuesday onwards, but as i just said it has to be boxed up or jiffy bagged at 2kg or less, and 0.5 cubic feet, which for example 25cm x 25cm x 25cm is too big. AND you have to have 3 items or over to send AND they have to have been sold on ebay AND you have to give the courier a cuppa tea and a BJ when he collects.


I'm a HDN driver and I only deliver to females...roll up roll up :thumbsup:
#29
Another brilliant T&C.

Visions of masses of eBay sellers converting metric dimensions to cubic feet!

:?
#30
splatsplatsplat
you can only book it on monday, for collection tuesday onwards, but as i just said it has to be boxed up or jiffy bagged at 2kg or less, and 0.5 cubic feet, which for example 25cm x 25cm x 25cm is too big. AND you have to have 3 items or over to send AND they have to have been sold on ebay AND you have to give the courier a cuppa tea and a BJ when he collects.


your wrong..."•The service is ONLY available via the HDNL Standard 24 - 72 hour delivery, this is a non guaranteed delivery service, all other standard terms and conditions and service restrictions will apply when a booking is made".

this means that its the standard HDNL service which is usually the £5.99 + VAT. This service allows upto 25kg and pretty big dimensions of parcels to go through. I cant read anywhere in t&c's about what your saying
#31
Up until recently I had no problems with this service, but they lost one of my parcels a couple of weeks ago, and it's been an absolute nightmare trying to make a claim. The amount of forms, proof and evidence I have had to provide is ridiculous. The tracking clearly shows that the item was not delivered, and they have even admitted that my parcel is lost. So why do they have to make it so hard? After reading all the complaints on the internet about parcel2go and the Home Delivery Network, I really do not hold to much hope of getting any compensation, but I shall have to wait and see.
#32
Agreed about HDN. Didn't deliver a parcel last week because of 'inadequate address'. It had the full address with correct postcode! Took several phone calls (mostly through dreadful computer menus) to get it sorted. Probably cost ME as much in phone calls as you might save.
#33
Bargain! And profit to be made with Quidco :-)
#34
TheGimp;7761295
have been the recipient of goods from these guys and was grateful that the parcel wasn't stolen as we weren't home and an Xbox 360 was just left on the doorstep.. I think i'd rather pay the £7 + vat from www.p4d.co.uk for piece on mind.

Having said that though this is a great deal as long as the item isn't fragile or expensive!


I have had parcels recorded delivery left by the front door, behind plant pots etc with royal mail and 4-5 times when ordering from play, so maybe it boils down to the person posting it
#35
Begs the question why Play are using them - surely that is the problem. My old employer used Sh1tty Link and had so many comaplints, they eventually went to DHL. Far more expensive and not flawless, but a vast improvement.

Given the horror stories I have heard from customers in the past, I am prepared to given parcel2go a chance, more so as there may be a £3 profit involved and it would save at least a tenner from whom I normally use.

The offer has come at a good time, but for a slight dilemma. I have an eBay item, about 15kg, which will need to be couriered, unless a local buys it - it is ending a few minutes into Tuesday (I listed it a week ago). I am pondering if it is worth ending the item early and risk getting a slightly lower bid. Actually, this is really for an eBay forum not HUKD!!! Thanks for posting
#36
bit rubbish that you need to sell on ebay for this, im not voting hot or cold on this.
banned#37
Works a treat for me, just booked 12 so saved over £60 REPPED
#38
I had a nightmare dealing with TWO lost parcels with Home Delivery recently.

The claim form even asks for written confimation from the intended recipient, that they haven't received the parcel on top of all of the other form filling palava.

Three days after doing all the necessary, my parcels magically appeared and were delivered 1 MONTH LATE!!

[COLOR=red]Note! ONLY after I made a claim.[/COLOR]

A very good risk of upsetting valuable customers for a small saving.

NOT WORTH IT.

Avoid like the plague.

PS. I DID manage to get £10 compo tho, but had to fight hard for it.
#39
Should read 'Send your EBAY ONLY parcels' OP
#40
Should read 'TRY to Send your EBAY ONLY parcels' OP

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