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Post a Parcel from £1.91 inc VAT @ Parcel2Go
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Post a Parcel from £1.91 inc VAT @ Parcel2Go

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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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Inpost - Locker drop off
Upto 1kg - £1.91
Upto 2kg - £3.11
Upto 5kg - £4.79
Upto 20kg - £5.46
£20 compensation

MyHermes - Parcelshop drop off
Upto 1kg - £2.34
Upto 2kg - £3.78
Upto 5kg - £5.28
Upto 10kg - £7.28
Upto 15kg - £9.78
£20 compensation
- oddballjamie

£50 compensation available at no extra cost if going through:
interparcel for inpost
Or Myhermes directly
- blueroo

90 Comments

BAD SERVICE

Original Poster Banned

jazzzy

BAD SERVICE



for you maybe never had a problem with myhermes drop off.

Do you know how long this offer is on for? Just today?

Wayno
Been using Inpost for a while so far no problem.

Original Poster Banned

marge14

Do you know how long this offer is on for? Just today?



just checked earlier as had fleabay stuff to post dont know when ending unfortuantly.

used inpost once and never again! 1 month later they couldn't find my parcel I had sent!

Brilliant I dont use any one else fast cheap and convenient xxxxxxx

The £1.91 price for Inpost is only valid for up to 1kg in weight

Actually - After checking, both prices (Hermes and Inpost) are only for parcels up to 1kg in weight.
Edited by: "happymanuk" 6th Oct 2014

Never hada problem with Parcel2Go or Hermes

Parcel2Go have been very good for our company in the past, never had a problem.

Used InPost for the first time the other week and they had got the parcels mixed up and delivered wrong parcel but recipient had signed without checking name on Parcel. Parcel2go said they have proof it was signed for. After being persistent I managed to claim through insurance and then the couriers picked up the parcels that got mixed up and delivered to the correct addresses. So I better off than before. So far have used Inpost a few more times and so far so good. On average takes 2 to 3 days depending on when the pick up from the locker takes place (usually next day for me). Hot for me.

The prices quoted above are for upto 1kg.

Great option to link with ebay account which makes it easier as well.

Speaking from experience, appauling service for both sending and receiving parcels from MyHermes. That comment does not apply to impost or Parcel2go as have not used them.

Thank you, will take a look. Need to return a faulty kettle and don't think the supplier pays for the return postage.

and here we go again Good, bad, never used ... let's add Royal Mail into that to make more interesting

Would never use InPost again. Have sent 4 packs of Kilner bottles (very strong bottles used for home brewing) in manufacturers packaging with 'FRAGILE' stickers all over them. All have been smashed, 2 of which were returned to me, one of which I am still waiting for them to return a month later. All they suggest is filling in a compensation form. They lose parcels constantly. Check out trust pilot.

Myhermes on the other hand...almost faultless, have sent over 300 items with them.

Sent at this price yesterday. Used InPost Locker. I've sent about 15 parcels with them now....they did lose one but paid compensation to the value of the item (I'd pay £1 to upgrade cover) and the claims process was pretty simple and quick. On account of the ease of claiming I am still using them - but obviously hope they don't lose any more parcels.

Much cheaper than Royal Mail for bulkier parcels that exceed small parcel size.

oddballjamie

The prices quoted above are for upto 1kg.



Yes - title needs amending!!

Sent 1 parcel - lost it. Claimed for weeks that they were searching for it when they hadn't even informed the courier (City Link) Should have insured it for more, they paid £30 - was worth £300 Seems a lot of people have lost parcels - just saying

I would suggest using interparcel instead of parcel2go, Interparcel offer £50 standard insurance on inpost items whereas p2g is £20.

The prices of this service have been yoyoing around for last 2 months started at £1.20 up to £2.40 but thatwas any weight/size now seem to be priced by weight.

Still, I've been happy with the service and they always seem to use city link next day service great if you can book and drop off on same day, you end up with a 48hr courier service for under £2

Their online tracking isn't great. Particularly if you're using one of the drop off services. But you can't fault that price!

Original Poster Banned

GILLFREEBIE

Yes - title needs amending!!


key word is 'from'

GILLFREEBIE

Sent at this price yesterday. Used InPost Locker. I've sent about 15 … Sent at this price yesterday. Used InPost Locker. I've sent about 15 parcels with them now....they did lose one but paid compensation to the value of the item (I'd pay £1 to upgrade cover) and the claims process was pretty simple and quick. On account of the ease of claiming I am still using them - but obviously hope they don't lose any more parcels. Much cheaper than Royal Mail for bulkier parcels that exceed small parcel size.



Seems some of the items are getting different tracking no than the one from the inpost's receipt.
Had this issue but the agent gave me the correct one.
Apart from the tracking issues(including the live updates of the item location) can't fault them.
Remember people. Competition is always good for us.
Probably the reason RM is dropping their prices.

They are Cowboys. Do not use them I'm in the process of taking then to court. Clowns... This deal is COLD avoid avoid avoid

shabzrashid

They are Cowboys. Do not use them I'm in the process of taking then to … They are Cowboys. Do not use them I'm in the process of taking then to court. Clowns... This deal is COLD avoid avoid avoid



I disagree, however , speak as you find.

shabzrashid

They are Cowboys. Do not use them I'm in the process of taking then to … They are Cowboys. Do not use them I'm in the process of taking then to court. Clowns... This deal is COLD avoid avoid avoid



Agreed, used once. Never again.
Completely destroyed parcel, deliberately delivered it to an address around the corner so recipient would have not managed to check it before signing. Claimed on the insurance, denied all responsibility that they should cover the "full amount" even with extended insurance I had paid for. Customer complaints is a joke, usual bull about someone is looking into it.
CCJ letter did the trick, only took me 12 months to get the cash back from them...

It goes wrong, you don't want to deal with this circus operation

GILLFREEBIE

Yes - title needs amending!!



Inpost - Locker drop off
Upto 1kg - £1.91
Upto 2kg - £3.11
Upto 5kg - £4.79
Upto 20kg - £5.46
£20 compensation

MyHermes - Parcelshop drop off
Upto 1kg - £2.34
Upto 2kg - £3.78
Upto 5kg - £5.28
Upto 10kg - £7.28
Upto 15kg - £9.78
£20 compensation

tomwenn

Would never use InPost again. Have sent 4 packs of Kilner bottles (very … Would never use InPost again. Have sent 4 packs of Kilner bottles (very strong bottles used for home brewing) in manufacturers packaging with 'FRAGILE' stickers all over them. All have been smashed, 2 of which were returned to me, one of which I am still waiting for them to return a month later. All they suggest is filling in a compensation form. They lose parcels constantly. Check out trust pilot.



Fragile stickers don't protect glass though. You need proper packaging for that. Remember this is a delivery service for general parcels, not the manufacturer of glass products. The manufacturers drivers will know how to handle the goods.


do they deliver to home or just upto locker?

bobbler

Agreed, used once. Never again. Completely destroyed parcel, deliberately … Agreed, used once. Never again. Completely destroyed parcel, deliberately delivered it to an address around the corner so recipient would have not managed to check it before signing. Claimed on the insurance, denied all responsibility that they should cover the "full amount" even with extended insurance I had paid for. Customer complaints is a joke, usual bull about someone is looking into it.CCJ letter did the trick, only took me 12 months to get the cash back from them...It goes wrong, you don't want to deal with this circus operation



You need to be clear who you are talking about, as your claim is against parcel2go (or other middle man) unless you booked with inpost directly.

I had an issue with tracking one parcel, they told me to put a claim in whilst they looked into it and contacted courier, they denied my claim but only because the parcel was located as being delivered, this was p2g prior to dropping insurance , I've since moved to interparcel.
Edited by: "blueroo" 6th Oct 2014

getknk

do they deliver to home or just upto locker?



Deliver to door service offered by p2g and interparcel for both inpost and myhermes.

If you go direct to inpost its locker to locker service

blueroo

You need to be clear who you are talking about, as your claim is against … You need to be clear who you are talking about, as your claim is against parcel2go (or other middle man) unless you booked with inpost directly.I had an issue with tracking one parcel, they told me to put a claim in whilst they looked into it and contacted courier, they denied my claim but only because the parcel was located as being delivered, this was p2g prior to dropping insurance , I've since moved to interparcel.


Yes was P2G

Ditto to that it was Parcel2go

watch out for their insurance terms and conditions. I was going to use them to send my Nexus 4 to my cousin but they said they don't cover electronics, even the extra paid insurance.

oddballjamie

Inpost - Locker drop offUpto 1kg - £1.91Upto 2kg - £3.11Upto 5kg - £ … Inpost - Locker drop offUpto 1kg - £1.91Upto 2kg - £3.11Upto 5kg - £4.79Upto 20kg - £5.46£20 compensationMyHermes - Parcelshop drop offUpto 1kg - £2.34Upto 2kg - £3.78Upto 5kg - £5.28Upto 10kg - £7.28Upto 15kg - £9.78£20 compensation



£50 standard compensation for inpost via interparcel and £50 available directly with myhermes, although the 1kg price is 44p cheaper via p2g.

Might come in handy. Heat added. Thanks!

hermes are fine but inpost never again 5 out of 6 parcels from 1 day lost! They sent me a copy of a signature for a supposed delivered package to my Mum......nothing like her signature and when I questioned it they told me the parcel had then been "lost"!

cowboy company. plz never use them. just hassle nothing else. Good old royal mail is the best
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