Are you aware of the fact that it is possible to arrange for Royal Mail redelivery online? The way it works is simple: when Royal Mail delivery people come to deliver something to you, and they find nobody to sign for it at your address (and the item is too big to fit into your letter box), they usually leave a ‘Something for You’ card. Now armed with ‘Something for You’ card, you can proceed to arrange for the Royal Mail delivery people to redeliver the item online. You can have them redeliver it to your address at a time and date when you know that you (or someone else) will be there to sign for the delivery. Or you can have the Royal Mail folks redeliver it to another address within your postcode area (say, to a friendly neighbor of yours). In both of those instances you wouldn’t have to pay anything. A third option is that of having the delivery folks from Royal Mail redeliver the item to your Post Office branch, so that you can pick the item there. In this case (and unlike the other two cases), you’d have to pay a small fee for the Post Office Branch redelivery.
What booking Royal Mail redelivery online entails, at a glance
Booking Royal Mail redelivery online mainly entails going to the Royal Mail website (specifically to the Redelivery page on the Royal Mail website), and clicking to indicate that you wish to ‘book a redelivery’. Then you fill in a few details, so as to complete the booking for a Royal Mail redelivery.
Things you need to have, to book Royal Mail redelivery online
To book Royal Mail redelivery online, you need to have a ‘Something for You’ card from Royal Mail. You also need to have access to a computing device that is connected to the Internet, for you to book Royal Mail redelivery online.
The website you need to visit, to book Royal Mail redelivery online
To book Royal Mail redelivery online, you need to visit the Royal Mail website (specifically the redelivery page on the Royal Mail website). The address for the redelivery page of the Royal Mail website is provided below, in the ‘links to help you’ section.
Steps you need to follow, to book Royal Mail redelivery online
- Get the browser application on your computing device up and running. Then enter the address for the Royal Mail website (Redelivery page) into the browser, in order to have the browser load that page. The address for the redelivery page of the Royal Mail website is provided below, in the ‘links to help you’ section.
- When you get to the redelivery page of the Royal Mail website, you will see a section entitled ‘Redelivery’ (it is the main thing on the page). In that section, there are instructions on how the redelivery works. At the bottom of the section, there is a red-colored ‘Book a Redelivery’ button. Click on that button.
- On the page that you are taken to after clicking on the ‘Book a Redelivery’ button, go ahead to initiate the process of booking a redelivery, by entering the required details from the ‘Something for You’ card you received. You will then be required to enter details on when you wish for the redelivery to be made. Then you can double-check the entered details, to confirm if everything is alright — after which you click on a button to complete the booking for a Royal Mail redelivery.
Links to help you
- Royal Mail website (redelivery page): http://www.royalmail.com/redelivery