As we move into Autumn, thoughts begin to turn towards Christmas. People start to plan where they are going to spend the holidays; larger retailers will begin to launch their Christmas campaigns; hotels and restaurants will have their Christmas menus at the ready.
Are you one of these people who always leaves Christmas to the week before the big event? Do you have relatives living overseas or do you live overseas away from family and friends? If so, this means that careful planning for buying, wrapping and posting of presents is a key consideration if you don’t want to disappoint your loved ones on Christmas morning – especially if there are children involved!
For most of us, Christmas comes with a small (and costly) headache: buying and sending gifts for our loved ones around the world is not easy when you are thousands of miles away.
That was until we discovered the amazing ‘Pack and Wrap’ service from UK Postbox. UK Postbox is based in Dorset in the UK. It works with expats across the world to help them to receive post and important documents safely through its secure mail system. Its service is a ‘must’ for anyone who still has post delivered from the UK on a regular basis.
From the beginning of November, UK Postbox will introduce its ‘2015 Christmas ‘Pack and Wrap’ service. A phenomenal success last year; this service allows you to do all of your Christmas shopping online at all of your UK favourite stores. Simply get your parcels delivered to their UK depot where they are wrapped and ready for delivering to your friends and family anywhere around the world. No overseas postage costs, plus you can personalise the gifts with cards and gift tags that are pre-delivered to the team in Dorset.
Everything is secured and logged in your own dedicated UK Postbox account so you can instruct when you want the parcels to be sent, where to and parcels will even be wrapped in age appropriate wrapping paper to make the presents even more special as they reach your loved ones.
For more information on this service and how to open a UK Postbox account, visit www.ukpostbox.com.