Parcel2Go offering deliveries from 99p + VAT through UPS
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Parcel2Go offering deliveries from 99p + VAT through UPS

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Found 17th Jan 2014
Send your parcel next day delivery from just 99p + VAT! on parcel2go.com

This offer is valid for a limited time only. Get a quick quote now and send your parcels for even less than before!

Parcel's will need to be taken to a local drop off point though, enter your postcode to find your local place, mine is a newsagent that's open until 10pm.

The UPS Shop to Shop service allows you to drop your parcel in to one of their many outlets. When the parcel has been collected by UPS from your local shop, delivery will be made within 1-2 working days to the recipient’s pre-selected local UPS shop for them to collect. If your parcel is dropped off at your local Access Point before 12pm it will have a greater chance of next day delivery.

It is UPS, it is shop to shop and has to be below 1 kilo which is still a great price
- caverncity

The recipient has to go and collect it. Hopefully there's a ups collection point near them or a bit of a pain really.
- robb5810

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you sure its not UPS?

Anyway it is UPS, it is shop to shop and has to be below 1 kilo which is still a great price
Edited by: "caverncity" 17th Jan 2014

I see that price with UPS access point. Must be for a very light parcel as the quote worked out at £6 for the one I wanted to send. Still a 50p saving though.

nice find

caverncity

you sure its not UPS?Anyway it is UPS, it is shop to shop and has to be … you sure its not UPS?Anyway it is UPS, it is shop to shop and has to be below 1 kilo which is still a great price

still beats the carp out of royal fail.

hot!

I voted hot. But there isn't a UPS access point anywhere bear near me.

Its not as common as the collect plus shops.

sreddar

I see that price with UPS access point. Must be for a very light parcel … I see that price with UPS access point. Must be for a very light parcel as the quote worked out at £6 for the one I wanted to send. Still a 50p saving though.


It's that famous get-out word: "from".

Heat

HOT

For some reason I found it difficult to find the access point locator. Here is a link for others struggling .... ups.com/dro…_GB

andiejn

still beats the carp out of royal fail.


Sounds a bit fishy to me!

welshblob

For some reason I found it difficult to find the access point locator. … 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



Thank you , I was also having the same problem, so your info was very helpful

"Sounds a bit fishy" Oh my cod. This isn't the plaice for stupidity. What is the batter with you. Your really giving me a haddock

Only just spotted that it has to be picked up on the other end by the recipient as well. Shame there is no option to drop off and then have it go to the door, as this would be more beneficial to me, even that a collection service.

You also need to give out the recipients mobile number, something which I am never happy doing.

Its a hot price if the service suits you however
Edited by: "meglaman2000" 18th Jan 2014

Hot deal.

HUKD link takes you to quickquote
direct link parcel2go.com/ser…spx
Free £50.00 compensation cover (Additional cover up to £2,500.00 is available)
Restrictions;
20 kg maximum parcel weight
0.8 m maximum parcel length

Voted HOT
Always looking for a alter alternative to Royal Mail, they've lost 2 of my Recorded Mail 2nd parcels in the last 2 months, and gave 6x 1st Class stamps as compo - thanks for nothing. I still have to refund the buyer for the lost items (about £20 each time) leaving me out of pocket. Follow up complaint not held up either - corrupt thieving ****'s

~nice

Don't think ebay buyers would be happy to have to go and collect the parcel? I wouldn't.....!

Empwan

HUKD link takes you to quickquotedirect link … HUKD link takes you to quickquotedirect link http://www.parcel2go.com/service/ups-shop-to-shop.aspxFree £50.00 compensation cover (Additional cover up to £2,500.00 is available)Restrictions; 20 kg maximum parcel weight 0.8 m maximum parcel lengthVoted HOTAlways looking for a alter alternative to Royal Mail, they've lost 2 of my Recorded Mail 2nd parcels in the last 2 months, and gave 6x 1st Class stamps as compo - thanks for nothing. I still have to refund the buyer for the lost items (about £20 each time) leaving me out of pocket. Follow up complaint not held up either - corrupt thieving ****'s



When I had a parcel go missing a couple of months ago I filled out a claim form and got the purchase price of the item and postage fully refunded. It wasn't recorded delivery, just a small parcel, but I had the proof of posting for it thankfully. I don't see how they can refuse a full refund if your items were recorded delivery? That's awful...

Anyone know when this offer ends?

Don't ever use Parcelmonkey!!!!

This would be a great option to put on eBay auctions. Only trouble being it says it is a time-limited offer so by the time you sell your item the £1.18 may turn into a far higher price.

problem is , the person your sending to my not be to happy collecting from a store

The less i have to use the post office the better. They are all miserable sods in there!

The ups option is not coming up

GILLFREEBIE

Don't think ebay buyers would be happy to have to go and collect the … Don't think ebay buyers would be happy to have to go and collect the parcel? I wouldn't.....!


They would if they didn't have to hang around at home all day waiting for it to arrive. Give it as an option and some will snap it up.

looks good

GILLFREEBIE

Don't think ebay buyers would be happy to have to go and collect the … Don't think ebay buyers would be happy to have to go and collect the parcel? I wouldn't.....!



Well the option of picking it up on the way home or having to go on 15 mile round trip to the central PO with their limited opening hours .... I know what i'd choose.

heatttttt

I think a lot of people would go for this on their auctions (i would), but they need to spell out the non-trial price.

I get quoted at £3.90 with Hermes as the cheapest option with drop-off at a newsagent, but obviously that is delivered.

If UPS could charge £2.50 - £3 it would be worth offering it as an option on auctions.

Good forbid if your parcel goes missing..... parcels2go will drop you like a hot potato

Banned

Heat. Very good deal. Obviously the down side is they deliver to a local UPS local point but so what - theres one round every corner now literally and well worth it with the price given. Placed a few orders, what Royal Mail would charge £3 for (1st class) - just paid £1.19 in total per package.

Only worthwhile if you are sending to friends or family as they have to collect if pick point available.

Not eBay unless your ebayer agrees and can collect from pickup point which I can't see them doing unless you check and offer said delivery price if available and not for business either

lookatmywad

Don't ever use Parcelmonkey!!!!



Clue is in the name right.

Not a good deal at all. Unless you know the person you're sending to, then it is a good deal. No good for business or eBay.

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.

welshblob

For some reason I found it difficult to find the access point locator. … 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



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Not allowed from UK mainland to Northern Ireland

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.

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What this 10 parcels per customer ? Is that 10 at a time or is 10 the … 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.
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