Find your nearest drop off points
All our service partners offer the alternative of picking up and dropping off your parcels at their collection points as long as each parcel does not weight more than 20kg and is not bigger than 80cm on any side.
Most of them are open late and are local convenience stores.
Don't forget - Always take your ID with you!
You will need a photo ID, either a driving licence or passport and a utility bill with your address on to prove your identity.
DPD - Drop Off
DPD have a great service called predict and if you provide a mobile telephone number and or email you should get a text or email telling you roughly what time the driver will arrive to collect your parcel.
Please note this applies for parcels booked on our website the day before collection. If you are booking and have a collection on the same day they don't provide this service and your collection will take place between 9 am and 5.30pm.
UPS - Access Points
With UPS they have access points all over the world, these can be used to drop off your parcel rather than having to wait in for a driver.
As long as your parcel is under 20kg and no side is larger than 80cm, you can choose any of our UPS Drop Off services. Simply book online, print and attach your label and take it to your nearest access point.
They're usually very close by, and open late - especially if you live larger cities or towns.
DHL - Service Point
DHL Service Points are a convenient way to drop off your parcels, without the need to wait in for a driver to collect your parcel.
They have over 1200+ Service Points throughout the UK
Serivce Points are available at selected Ryman, Office Outlet, WHSmith, Access, Safestore and Robert Dyas stores, as well as 100s of independent stores nationwide.
Simply book online using Pharos Parcel, to get the best possible prices, print and attach your label and drop off your parcel at your leisure - it couldn't be easier.
Don't Forget to Get A Receipt!
When dropping off a parcel we always recommend you always make sure to get a receipt.
With DPD you should get a scanned credit card sized receipt, with UPS the shop keeper should give you a UPS receipt with your tracking number on.