Friday February 10, 2017
Uh oh. Tuesday is Valentine’s Day.
You’ve got that sinking feeling again, when a weekend of box sets and takeaways got in the way of hitting the high street to buy that Valentine’s gift to send to your beloved. Well fear not.
With our next day parcel delivery, and even same day delivery, you can leave it right down to the wire and still make it look like it was all totally planned in advance. So, whether you can’t be together on Valentine’s Day and want to send a present, or if you want to go for gold and surprise your other half at work, look no further than our UK couriers to be your parcel heroes.
NEXT DAY PARCEL DELIVERY
If you’re reading this on Monday the 13th and your palms are sweating, then take a deep breath, you’ve still got time to choose one of our next day delivery services. These services are an easy and cost-effective way of sending your parcels out and delighting your other half in time for the big day. By sending out your own presents, as opposed to just ordering online, you can send something much more personal (and score some serious brownie points in the process). Adding a personal, handwritten card to your gifts will of course go down a treat too.
Remember, there are certain things you can’t send with us, so be sure to check out our list of Prohibited and Restricted Items before you wrap up anything you’re not allowed to send.
SAME DAY PARCEL DELIVERY
It’s never too late! If you’ve left it until the day itself and it’s now Tuesday 14th February, then calm down! You can still get your parcel there on time. But you’re going to have to invest a little more cash and plump for one of our same day services. With our same day, fully tracked services you can have your parcel on its way in as little as 60 minutes after placing your order! And no one will ever know you only sent it today….
In both cases, don’t forget to measure and package up your parcel correctly- you really don’t want any hold-ups this week. You can check out last year’s article (extolling the virtues of ‘being organised’) with lots of info about the importance of packaging things up correctly.