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10% off delivery on parcels weighing over 2kg with Hermes

By Chris Dawson January 12, 2021 - 3:55 pm

Good news for sellers with larger parcels to send for the next month. Hermes are running a promotion giving you 10% off delivery on all parcels weighing over 2kg. This offer also applies to parcels sent using their next day delivery option!

You can drop off at your nearest ParcelShop or Locker, or arrange a contact-free courier collection from your home or nominated safe place.

The offer is for a limited time only through the myHermes website, so check the prices you’re paying elsewhere and if Hermes turns out to be a better deal then consider using them from today. You can check the full price schedule with the discounts on the Hermes price page on their website.

Hermes 10% off delivery Ts & Cs

You’ll find the full terms on the Hermes website, but there doesn’t appear to be anything special to do and the savings will automatically be applied. The 10% discount applies to the delivery cost of all standard delivery and next day delivery UK domestic parcels booked in the 2-5kg, 5-10kg and 10-15kg weight bands.

The discount also applies to the cost of ordering a courier collection if selected.

The 10% off delivery offer applies to orders placed before Valentines day, Sunday the 14th of February.

The offer does not apply to Shetland or Outer Hebrides, the purchase of Full Cover or signature on delivery services, or international parcels.

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