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UPS Parcel Up To 20kg via Drop Off £6 including VAT at UPS today

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Posted 15th May
UPS Parcel Up To 20kg via Drop Off £6 including VAT at UPS


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It's not UPS direct, it's Parcel2go and their customer service is awful. I'd recommend Interparcel.com instead if you want UPS
zxking15/05/2019 02:34

Really good price if you don't need insurance, hot from me.


Surely if your posting something even if its 19kg of horse sh*# it worth something so needs insuring
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Can you ship body parts? I think the maximum length of 0.8m might be a bit short.
Edited by: "sAmeri" 18th May
Insurance prices are still insane.
Really good price if you don't need insurance, hot from me.
zxking15/05/2019 02:34

Really good price if you don't need insurance, hot from me.


Surely if your posting something even if its 19kg of horse sh*# it worth something so needs insuring
col1115/05/2019 02:44

Surely if your posting something even if its 19kg of horse sh*# it worth …Surely if your posting something even if its 19kg of horse sh*# it worth something so needs insuring


It's worth something, but you get tracking and if you package well you should be fine in my experience. Most postal/courier insurance is overpriced and unnecessary imo.
zxking15/05/2019 02:48

It's worth something, but you get tracking and if you package well you …It's worth something, but you get tracking and if you package well you should be fine in my experience. Most postal/courier insurance is overpriced and unnecessary imo.


I can't remember what currier it was now as it was through Ebay shuttle but this was the state my parcel arrived at the other end, needless to say I'm glad shuttle is insured!
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With my Hermes putting there weights and prices up this is cheaper than them now , I hope Hermes realise people are going else where and reduce again !!
it is only up to 10 kg for £6 any more and it £7.20 !
ianjury15/05/2019 05:15

With my Hermes putting there weights and prices up this is cheaper than …With my Hermes putting there weights and prices up this is cheaper than them now , I hope Hermes realise people are going else where and reduce again !!


Every other option only has up to £20 insurance included! Show me somewhere who has tracked parcels insured for as cheap as myhermes and I'll move!
zxking15/05/2019 02:48

It's worth something, but you get tracking and if you package well you …It's worth something, but you get tracking and if you package well you should be fine in my experience. Most postal/courier insurance is overpriced and unnecessary imo.



Agreed and courier here is UPS, a very professional outfit who take care of the parcels as opposed to the likes of Hermes and Yodel.
sAmeri15/05/2019 01:28

Can you ship body parts? I think the maximum length of 3m might be a bit …Can you ship body parts? I think the maximum length of 3m might be a bit short.


The maximum length is 80cm
zxking15/05/2019 02:34

Really good price if you don't need insurance, hot from me.


£50 insurance is included.
9/10 times this is the best option via ebay (shuttl)
col1115/05/2019 04:37

I can't remember what currier it was now as it was through Ebay shuttle …I can't remember what currier it was now as it was through Ebay shuttle but this was the state my parcel arrived at the other end, needless to say I'm glad shuttle is insured![Image] [Image]



looks like poor packaging to me, if you can dent and make holes like that should of had bubble wrap on the item inside the box
deanos15/05/2019 07:14

looks like poor packaging to me, if you can dent and make holes like that …looks like poor packaging to me, if you can dent and make holes like that should of had bubble wrap on the item inside the box


Maybe but that was the manufacturers original packaging and the cardboard was really thick solid stuff, I opened the box slid it out & checked it then sealed it up again
col1115/05/2019 07:25

Maybe but that was the manufacturers original packaging and the cardboard …Maybe but that was the manufacturers original packaging and the cardboard was really thick solid stuff, I opened the box slid it out & checked it then sealed it up again


They are meant for being stacked neatly.on a pallet when coming out the factory so less chance being damaged . When sent on own you need to beef up the packaging they throw and walk over parcels in the depots
UPS is great, use it mostly through Shult, polite drivers if parcel needs picking up etc.
AMaky15/05/2019 07:35

UPS is great, use it mostly through Shult, polite drivers if parcel needs …UPS is great, use it mostly through Shult, polite drivers if parcel needs picking up etc.


This, just payed £13.50 yesterday through parcel to go same day pickup (claimed back though PayPal but... )
Noice deal but they lost my parcel wit laptop in Germany... so if you want to send a news paper they are good enough...
doesn't work in N Ireland
How come its not on the main UPS website or on parcel2go?
I’be worked for UPS as a driver and also parcel force and believe me if you’ve seen some of the things I have you would never use the service again,at night when unloading they don’t care about what’s in the package,they toss them around like pillows into the cages,and by morning whoever’s putting them into vans just throw them around,I’d say a lot of people’s stuff are damaged before,and I know for a fact some of the drivers do not give a crap about it.
This is parcels2go, not UPS. Hence the absurd insurance fees.
Edited by: "dré." 15th May
Just checked it's not actually UPS its Parcel2Go and a service called UPStoday very poor if you are not on the mainland... i don't think the company should be leading with the UPS logo it should lead with Parcels2Go logo so you know you are not dealing with UPS... two different companies.
i am using ups weekly via amazon partners, £5 up to 15kg.
i can confirm that this is a solid service.
once, a parcel got "lost" and after investigation, which took 24 hours, i received a payout of £400.
two days later they found the parcel and asked money back LOL
BIG.BAD.BILL15/05/2019 09:23

Just checked it's not actually UPS its Parcel2Go and a service called …Just checked it's not actually UPS its Parcel2Go and a service called UPStoday very poor if you are not on the mainland... i don't think the company should be leading with the UPS logo it should lead with Parcels2Go logo so you know you are not dealing with UPS... two different companies.



Thank you,
I cant even find it on parcel2go, its doesnt show on either collection or drop tabs. Seems a bit surpicious to me, only way to can access link is this one from hotukdeals.
Mada0615/05/2019 07:09

9/10 times this is the best option via ebay (shuttl)


...Shutl doesn't have its own service, but still let one choose carrier from likes RM, Hermes, C+, etc. and most of them are cheaper going directly, so what's the point of your post?
BS_Man15/05/2019 09:36

...Shutl doesn't have its own service, but still let one choose carrier …...Shutl doesn't have its own service, but still let one choose carrier from likes RM, Hermes, C+, etc. and most of them are cheaper going directly, so what's the point of your post?


It's quite straight forward. The UPS service is the option I go for 9 out of 10 times when using ebay and therefore the shuttl service. I'm well aware that shuttl are a middle man and aggregator of shipping services.
I've been using UPStoday for smaller value items for over a year, on average just 1-2 parcels per month though, so not many. But never had a problem. for higher value items, especially abroad, I use ipostparcels - they have discount codes pretty much all the time (changing them every month) so works out the cheapest for a higher value parcel.
_taurus_15/05/2019 08:44

Noice deal but they lost my parcel wit laptop in Germany... so if you want …Noice deal but they lost my parcel wit laptop in Germany... so if you want to send a news paper they are good enough...


Too noisy yeah
Inpost 48 drop off is from £5.10 up to £6.18.(inc £20 ins) if you have the lockers nearby. Up to 20kg but max parcel size is 40 x 34 x 34 though. Quote page
Edited by: "Madchester" 15th May
It's not UPS direct, it's Parcel2go and their customer service is awful. I'd recommend Interparcel.com instead if you want UPS
zxking15/05/2019 02:48

It's worth something, but you get tracking and if you package well you …It's worth something, but you get tracking and if you package well you should be fine in my experience. Most postal/courier insurance is overpriced and unnecessary imo.


I beg to differ. Hermes screwed me over big time in December. Atleast £500 loss in total as they lost loads of my parcels
dijital15/05/2019 02:09

Insurance prices are still insane.


I wouldn't bother with insurance, you'll never get compensation out of them, you'll be screaming into the void, they will make it so hard and come up with so many excuses, plus they only give you a nominal fee, you will have to produce receipts and jump thro 100s of hoops only for them to say sorry there is nothing we can do.
As I sell a few bits on eBay anything upto 2KG I use Royal Mail, anything over that I use UPS. I had used Hermes in the past quite often but with items going missing and a a few unhappy customers complaining to me about the service they received from Hermes I stopped using them. Hermes maybe crap but it's me who gets the grief and the worry of getting a negative. Even if UPS are a few quid more expensive I still prefer to use them. The last item i bought off eBay that was sent by Hermes had been repackaged into a large postal sack. When I open it the box inside looked like it had been sat in a puddle for a few days and had in parts turned to papier mache and I literally poured water out of the bag. Unbelievable. Now I wont buy anything if the seller is using Hermes. They aren't the only rubbish couriers, whoever Amazon use are total muppets as well.
Also, this is COLD you can get it for £5.39 from parcels2go
If you’re sending anything of value the insurance will still rocket up to £15+. They’re extremely realisable
In my experience though.
Edited by: "reality_check" 15th May
Girth 🤭
It's always 6 quid lol.

Plus this isn't ups it's ups today. Owned by parcel2go.

This is not a deal. A deal is when it's cheaper than the regular price.
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