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AUSTRALIA POST PARCEL LOCKERS – CONVENIENT AND FREE

Aug 18, 2016 | Reading Time: 2 minutes

Here at She Shopped we are experts at online shopping and we know that spending from the comfort of your sofa in your PJs has some serious benefits – there are better prices, convenience and variety, just to name a few.

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And Australia Post is providing customers with more convenient delivery options, setting up Parcel Lockers at over 200 different locations around the country! Lockers are ultra-convenient, accessible 24/7 and best of all the service is completely free.

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So how do you get started with an Australia Post Parcel Locker? It takes just three easy steps.

Register

Register for free HERE. Conveniently you can select your nearest Parcel Locker location – mine is in Brighton, in Adelaide’s south-west, just around the corner from my home. When registering you will receive your unique Parcel Locker Customer ID.

Shop Online

We know you don’t need much tempting, but now the fun begins – shop online. When you checkout simply use your Parcel Locker address as your delivery address, for example:

Lucy Cornes

Parcel Locker ID C123456

515 Brighton Road

Brighton SA 5048

There is no need to be concerned about security. When your parcel arrives your name and Parcel Locker ID will be validated – then you’ll receive a unique secure access code via text.

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Collect

When you arrive to collect your parcel simply key in your Parcel Locker Customer ID followed by the unique access code provided for this delivery and a locker door will open, revealing your parcel. Hurrah!

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Parcel Lockers are just another way Australia Post is making shopping online convenient.

The Wrap Up

Australia Post, home to 24/7 Parcel Lockers

Find out more information about Australia Post’s collect options here.

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This post is sponsored by Australia Post

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