1. At checkout choose InPost as your delivery option and select your most convenient locker
2. InPost will send you an email and SMS with a unique code and QR code when your order has been delivered to the locker and is ready to collect
3. Scan your QR code or enter your unique code to open the locker door
At Discount Supplements we are dedicated to providing new innovative services to our customers whether it be the latest sports supplements or a useful feature that makes purchasing a breeze.
We are excited to introduce our latest convenient way of getting your hands on the supplements you love quickly and efficiently. With InPost 24/7 lockers we hope to bring another option to our customers that can help remove the hassle of receiving deliveries.
Deliveries to the lockers take 1-2 working days between Monday and Friday. Email and SMS with opening codes will be sent once the order is in the locker. The order will be stored in the locker for 72hrs from delivery.
What is an InPost Parcel Locker?
InPost has a national network of fully automated parcel lockers that are located in a variety of convenient, safe and secure locations including Morrisons supermarkets, ESSO petrol stations and Transport for London sites as well as outside retailers such as Toys R Us.
Find your nearest InPost Parcel Locker » (https://inpost.co.uk/en/where-is-your-locker)
InPost Parcel Lockers are accessible 24/7, meaning no more queues, enabling you to collect your parcel at your earliest convenience.
Why use an InPost Parcel Locker?
No longer do you have to queue to collect your parcel or potentially ruin the surprise by getting it delivered to home. Simply get it delivered to 1 of over 1,200 fully automated parcels lockers that are conveniently located nationwide and collect it at a time that suits you, 24/7. It takes just 7 seconds!
- Safe & Secure
InPost Parcel Lockers are always located in well-lit areas with ample parking and are covered by CCTV. All parcels are fully trackable (http://tracking.inpost247.uk/myparcel/).
How to collect a parcel through an InPost Parcel Locker?