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DPD Pickup

What is DPD Pickup?

A delivery service that allows you to pick up your parcel from a chosen collection point.

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 How many Pickup points are there?

Over 2,500 DPD Pickup shops in the UK, with a DPD Pickup point within 10 minutes’ drive of 93% of the UK population and 5 minutes’ walk within central London.

 How long will it take for my parcel to arrive at my chosen collection point?

Simply select DPD Pickup as your delivery option at check-out and your order will be delivered by 12 noon next working day.

Please note that collection points in postcodes AB30-AB38, AB44-AB56 and all IV postcodes are all a currently not available for DPD Pickup.

 How will I know when my parcel is ready to be picked up?

You’ll receive an email or text message with your Pickup pass and details of your chosen Pickup shop, with the shop’s address and opening times.

 How long will my parcel stay in the store?

Your parcel will stay in the store for up to 7 days, so you can collect at a time to suit yourself, within the opening times of the store - please check
the opening times correspond with times you are available to collect the order.

 What do I need to take when I pick up my parcel?

You will need to take your Pickup pass and photo ID (this is either a photo driving licence or passport). If you aren’t able to take your Pickup Pass,
either printed or on your smartphone, you’ll need two forms of ID: your passport or driving licence, and a utility bill. Please note that if you have
multiple orders from multiple vendors for pickup on the same day then you will only need one Pickup Pass to receive all the orders from us.

 When making a collection, what forms of ID are accepted?

DPD Pickup shops require photographic ID – that is, a passport or photo driving licence – to release your parcel.

The following types of ID are not accepted:

  • Student ID
  • UK citizen’s ID
  • Bus pass
  • Work pass

 What should I do if I lose my Pickup pass?

Your parcel number will be in the email/text that your received when the parcel was despatched.

Visit and enter your parcel number and your home postcode. From here you can click to download your Pickup pass.

 What should I do if I do not receive my Pickup pass?

If the estimated delivery date has passed, contact SkateHut Customer service who will check whether your parcel has arrived
in shop and advise accordingly.

 Can someone else pick up my parcel on my behalf?

The shop will only release the parcel to someone with the same surname. They must have the Pickup pass and their own photo ID.

 Can I pick up a parcel in Ireland, the Channel Isles and Isle of Man?

Unfortunately there are not DPD Pickup points in these locations

 How much will delivery to a DPD Pickup location cost?

A next day delivery by midday to your chosen mainland UK DPD Pickup point costs £3.95

 Are all products eligible for delivery to DPD Pickup points?

Parcels are accepted by DPD Pickup shops provided they weigh less than 20 kg and the two longest sides when added together
do not exceed 120 cm (for example, parcels up to 60 x 60 x 59 cm are acceptable). Sometimes you will add items in your cart, our shopping cart will automatically filter out oversize items from this service.

 How can I track my order?

You will receive an email/text when the parcel is despatched. Simply click through the link to track your parcel.

 When are the Pickup locations open?

The opening times for your chosen store will be shown when you select the shop at check-out. Your Pickup pass will also show the shop opening times.

 Where is my nearest DPD Pickup point?

When you enter your postcode at check-out, your closest Pickup points will be shown. You can also view them at 

Why was my DPD Pickup consignment been redirected to my billing address?  

This is because your parcel was too big to be delivered to the DPD Pickup point you selected - there are maximum sizes and weights that DPD Pickup points can accept, because some pickup points are as small as kiosks on the underground.

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