Up to 12kg parcel, Door-to-Door Next Day Delivery £7.49 @ Yodel Xpress Pack via Parcel2go - HotUKDeals
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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 take additional protection for your parcel up to the value of £2,500.00

Parcel delivery within 1 working day throughout the most of UK's mainland. Collections and deliveries are not guaranteed but enjoy over 98% success. Collections are between 8am – 6pm.

Maximum Parcel Weight - 12 kg
Maximum Parcel Length - 0.75 m

Original Description:

We’re excited to announce the launch of a great new Yodel service — the Yodel XpressPack!

With prices starting from as low as £5.99* it’s our cheapest collection service for both 24- and 48-hour deliveries!

How much can you save?

To send a 12 kg parcel by 48-hour delivery, you pay:


Post Office Price
£23.14

Parcel2Go’s Yodel XpressPack Price
£7.19
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11 Likes #1
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?
2 Likes #2
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
1 Like #3
Yodel is such a corrupt company, had an item fully tracked sent from US, once they got hold of it the tracking stopped. I wont buy off any companies that send using them
#4
spiderwill
Yodel is such a corrupt company, had an item fully tracked sent from US, once they got hold of it the tracking stopped. I wont buy off any companies that send using them


This is an option pal. RM pricing is ridicules for stuff over 3kg. Also p2g most of the times has some sort of voucher that cuts off the price to half or free.
1 Like #5
I wouldnt use Yodel in any circumstances, as an eBay seller for anything of value which needs to get there use UPS (£7.79 to UK address from an UPS access point on http://www.interparcel.com) or FedEx, otherwise for small, light and cheap stuff use MyHermes website £2.60 for 1kg or less and comes with 20quid insurance. MyHermes used to be aweful but are pretty good now.
3 Likes #6
Ice cold from me sorry. Yodel are the worst courier company in the history of mankind and I wouldn't trust them to deliver a parcel next door. Wouldn't use them even if they were free.
#7
spiderwill
Yodel is such a corrupt company, had an item fully tracked sent from US, once they got hold of it the tracking stopped. I wont buy off any companies that send using them

eBay use them now with their Global Shipping Programme when buying abroad. Yodel in Edinburgh are good, I like the drivers and they're really reliable. But I know some other areas definitely aren't so lucky.
3 Likes #8
From door to your rubbish bin/over the back gate in the pouring rain within 24 hours, guaranteed.
2 Likes #9
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?
Hilarious! & you taught me a new word!
#10
I use my Hermes a lot now and touch wood it's good. Post office is ok for parcels up to 2kg within size
#11
ianjury
I use my Hermes a lot now and touch wood it's good. Post office is ok for parcels up to 2kg within size

MyHermes are as bad. You just gotta look at their facebook page. Says its all. :|
#12
I used Parcel2go once. Shipped 8 items from UK to France. 6 were delivered.

Where did they go. Nobody knows!

Avoid at all costs.
#13
5minsalone
ianjury
I use my Hermes a lot now and touch wood it's good. Post office is ok for parcels up to 2kg within size
MyHermes are as bad. You just gotta look at their facebook page. Says its all. :|

That's tragic. You really need to have your act together if you're going to have social media presence. You can't hide negative feedback any more so you have to up your game.

myHermes in Edinburgh are good though. Always use them for collection and they've always shown up except maybe 2/3 times in the past two years. Never had any complaints about non deliveries. Really I think it comes down to luck on who your local couriers are. If you get some halfwit who doesn't respect anyone or anything then it's going to create a lot of misery.
#14
if you sell bulky/heavy items on ebay it's worth looking at their prices for parcelforce 48 and 24 - tracked and includes £100 insurance
I just booked a 4kg 80x41x10cm parcel on 48 for £7.57 - and you can drop off at your local post office
#15
I have been using MyHermes for 3 years, I live in Derby and have sent hundreds of parcels with them. They have never lost a single parcel. I have recently used Yodel, what a load of rubbish, if your lucky enough to be in when they call, they just ring the bell, shove the parcel in your hand and disappear, never asked my name just to make sure they have the correct address,,,5 weeks ago I should have received a tracked signed for package from Dell,, this was sent by UKmail who I knew nothing about, the parcel never arrived, impossible to talk to a human being at UKmail all done through submitting an internet form. Informed that parcel dleivered and signed for, maybe but not at my address. The reply from Ukmail was go back to Dell. It appears UKmail are just agents who use any Tom Dick or Harry with a robin reliant who might just be able speak English. They are rubbish, even reviews posted against this company finish up on a .P.O box number. So keep the good work up MyHermes, you have gone a long way into sorting lots of problems out, unfortunately you still rely on the private car/van owners to deliver/collect, I'm lucky the people in Derby calling on my house are brilliant.
#16
I'm really pleased that you two haven't had bad experiences as I and many others have. And I sincerely hope it stays that way for you. But trust me they are almost as bad as yodel, from going off my experiences and others. And I've had numerous problems with both companies :(

I don't want to turn this into a debate, just putting the information out there, so others can make an informed decision whether to use them or not.

At the end of the day we all want the same thing - a good, reliable, trustworthy service that we have paid for :)
#17
Be very careful with Parcel 2 Go they're a shambles! I previously used a discount code and they charged the full amount from my account!
#18
I use my hermes all the time for heavier items to all over the country. always delivered. no problems so far. I'm in London.
#19
It's a shame citylink went under. must have sent 200+ parcels with them and only had one minor issue which was quickly resolved. Currently giving DPD a go as Parcelforce are in the process of switching over go a private driver business model like Yodel. About 15 parcels in and one misdelivery so far. Hopefully no more!
#20
5minsalone
ianjury
I use my Hermes a lot now and touch wood it's good. Post office is ok for parcels up to 2kg within size

MyHermes are as bad. You just gotta look at their facebook page. Says its all. :|


And you believe everything thing on face book lol lol
#21
ianjury
5minsalone
ianjury
I use my Hermes a lot now and touch wood it's good. Post office is ok for parcels up to 2kg within size
MyHermes are as bad. You just gotta look at their facebook page. Says its all. :|
And you believe everything thing on face book lol lol

When Ive shared the same bad experiences yes dude :)
#22
5minsalone
ianjury
I use my Hermes a lot now and touch wood it's good. Post office is ok for parcels up to 2kg within size
MyHermes are as bad. You just gotta look at their facebook page. Says its all. :|

226 parcels sent with hermes how many lost ?

0

3 parcels sent with yodel

2 left on door step one chucked over fence

YODEL ARE FECKING USELESS , THIS DEAL IS STONE COLD

FOR THE RECORD COLLECT + IS ALSO YODEL

Edited By: londonguy on Jan 27, 2016 21:00
#23
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
1 Like #24
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 faqs

https://www.myhermes.co.uk/RWD/send-a-parcel.html#/price
#25
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.
1 Like #26
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.
#27
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
1 Like #28
lemooo
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
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.
#29
75cm that is pretty small for a parcel

very restrictive the size for 12kg

I think
#30
mixmixi
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

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