eBay run 10% off myHermes promotion

By Chris Dawson December 3, 2017 - 10:00 am

From the 3rd to 12th of December, eBay are offering an exclusive 10% discount on the myHermes drop off service purchased via eBay Delivery powered by Shutl. The services on offer include tracking and standard compensation up to £25.

How to access the eBay myHermes promotion

  1. List your item and select eBay delivery – Shutl 3-5 days.
  2. When your item sells, select Print Postage Label next to your sold item in My eBay.
  3. Choose the right size and weight option for your parcel.
  4. Print your myHermes label and attach it to your parcel during the promotion period (3-12 December 2017)
  5. Drop your parcel off at your nearest myHermes ParcelShop.

What are eBay’s myHermes promotion prices?

Parcel Size
Prices include VAT

Remember that labels purchased before and after the promotional period will not qualify for the discount, irrespective of when the item was listed on the site or when the sale completed. However to take full advantage there’s nothing to stop you editing your existing listings to include eBay delivery Shutl 3-5 days if they’re likely to sell during the promotion period.

  • northumbrian
    1 week ago

    parcel 2go are still cheaper for the small parcel using the same service

    • Rob
      1 week ago

      Parcel2go for Hermes 0 – 2kg small is £2.79 with £20 compensation or £2.63 without compensation. So how is that cheaper?

  • northumbrian
    1 week ago

    parcel2go my hermes drop off parcel shop
    £2.39 inc VAT if you waive the compensation

Have your say

View our Comment Policy

Tamebay Guide

Welcome to our Tamebay Guide. Companies listed in the directory represent the leading suppliers in the UK and Europe.
Whether you are buying new or used, plain or luxurious, commonplace
About myHermes myHermes is owned by Hermes Parcelnet Ltd, who

Recent Comments

10 mins ago
JD: International Delivery Estimates on eBay have been a running sore every Christmas for as long...
1 hour ago
northumbrian: Auzzies who buys for Christmas in the UK are daft in the head if...
11 hours ago
David Gillen: If the system is so advanced, why have I just had yet another last minute...
11 hours ago
Sam: Again Amazon go one step ahead. RMG are just now getting delivery scans ( there...