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Parcel2Go discounts, offers and TV advert

By Chris Dawson July 9, 2014 - 10:18 am

Parcel2GoParcel2Go are investing heavily in their services this year with a shiny new website, a TV advert and a steady stream of special delivery promotions for their users.

Whilst traditionally Parcel2Go has been a fantastic service for eBay sellers and other online businesses (and in fact pretty much built the market for comparison shipping sites), they’re also targeting consumers with a one off parcel to send, whether it be a birthday or Christmas present or a one off sale by a consumer on eBay. They have an easy to book website with a wide range of services to offer, some with collection and some where you need to drop the parcel off at a local convenience store.

If you’ve not visited their website recently it’s easier then ever to find a parcel price, just enter the weight and you’ll be presented with options to post your item.

Parcel2Go Special myHermes Offer

Currently Parcel2Go have an unbeatable offer with myHermes – for parcels up to 1kg simply book with Parcel2Go and drop your parcel off at a myHermes ParcelShop and it’ll only cost you £1.99 plus VAT.

Free Parcel2Go delivery for new customers

Really intended for consumers, Parcel2Go have an offer of a free parcel delivery up to £10. All a consumer needs to do is enter the discount code “FIRSTFREE” when booking. This offer is for customers who have never used Parcel2Go before only.

TV Advert

To compliment their new website and push into the consumer seller market, Parcel2Go have been airing a TV advert on various channels where the Parcells are introduced along with their mission to help consumers save money on your postage costs.

  • 3 years ago

    Great, personable video, would love to find out who did the voiceover! Simon

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