Published on November 25th, 2014 | by admin0
Get Christmas All Wrapped Up Nice And Early This Year
Where does the time to go? Hard to believe, but it’s just one month to go until Christmas Day! In exactly one calendar month, we will be busy unwrapping all those Christmas gifts from loved one’s that have been left under the tree – well that’s presuming they have all been sent in time adhering to the last posting dates for Christmas.
Feel festive, not stresstive
As well as a handy summary guide advising of all the important dates to ensure cards and gifts sent to friends and families in far flung places CAN reach their destination in time, the Post Office Forget Me Not tool enables customers to receive an email or SMS alert reminder too.
One deadline that we do also need to highlight is that from Santa who is very busy at this time of year preparing and wrapping presents for his deliveries by his trusted sleigh, courtesy of Rudolph. Father Christmas has informed us that he is happy to receive letters and cards in the North Pole by Saturday 6th December to ensure he has time send a card back. His address is:
Think outside the box when it comes to sending those small parcels this Christmas
This Christmas it is possible to send much more for much less- we like the sound of that! That’s because the Seasonal Small Parcel Shoe Box with dimensions of 45cm x 35cm x 16cm (25.2 litres) can support a maximum weight of 2kg – nearly double the size it was before!
Longer opening hours at over 3,000 Post Office branches
As Pixie Lott amongst others has recently been telling us, more than 3,000 Post Office branches are now open longer than ever before, including on Sundays, giving everyone even more time to get organised in the lead up to Christmas.
So with all this covered, it just leaves you free to source all those Christmas gifts for loved one’s. And there’s no better place to start than browsing our Christmas Shop which includes some inspired gift ideas as well as all those Christmas essentials plus a selection of Christmas stamps.