Royal Mail Christmas last posting dates for national and worldwide delivery
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Christmas is a stone throw away, and after the country hermes twilly replica
came out of lockdown, the shops reopened for all important gift buying.
People in all tiers can now go Christmas shopping, but if they want to post off their presents internationally, you have to be quick.
You have a bit more time to get those cards and gifts in the post for the UK and Europe, but time remains for the rest of the world.
Unfortunately, if you want to get anything sent to Australia or New Zealand, that deadline has passed so anything sent from now, it may be a belated Christmas present.
The last posting dates for the UK are Friday, December 18 2nd class and 2nd class signed for
Monday, December 21 1st Class and 1st Class Signed For
and Royal Mail Tracked 48
Tuesday, December 22 Royal Mail Tracked 24
Wednesday, December 23 Special Delivery Guaranteed
Read MoreWednesday, December 16 Austria, Denmark, Germany, Iceland, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland
Friday, December 18 Belgium, France, Ireland, Luxembourg
Royal Mail said on their website: Please post items and gifts for Christmas early, particularly for International deliveries.
Ongoing Covid restrictions, reduced air and freight capacity, high volumes and winter weather conditions are all impacting transportation and local delivery across the globe.
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