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TyroneB

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#151168 16-Aug-2014 00:56
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I was wonderful if buying the free delivery for a year also means free same day delivery or will that always be $5 more?

Thank you.

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Loismustdye
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  #1109381 16-Aug-2014 07:22
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I would imagine f it was included it would state it clearly. If it doesn't then I guess it's not included.

MaxLV
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  #1109426 16-Aug-2014 11:09
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The same day delivery is a separate charge, it's not part of the annual free delivery subscription. 

 
 
 
 


TyroneB

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  #1109451 16-Aug-2014 12:19
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Aw that's a shame.

Was going to buy the free delivery too.

I may buy the 3 months to see how it goes though, I guess I can wait a day for delivery.

MaxLV
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  #1109506 16-Aug-2014 14:44
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TyroneB: Aw that's a shame.

Was going to buy the free delivery too.

I may buy the 3 months to see how it goes though, I guess I can wait a day for delivery.


I've never had any problems with Mighty Ape sending the items on the date they said they would. Only twice in  the last three years have they had to delay the delivery and they have let me know well before hand about the delay (outside of their control).  I've used the free delivery option for over two years now, and best part I like is that you can have free Saturday deliveries. 

Courier Post actually delivering the items is a different matter. Their courier service is good when everything goes as planned, but appalling when it doesn't. Like the courier trying to claim the item required a signature (I dont ask for signature required deliveries as I have a secure mail box for most items) and delivering to the wrong address, or not delivering at all, and taking it to the nearest Post Shop instead.  I've found that Courier post stuffs up about one in four deliveries. 

TyroneB

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  #1109507 16-Aug-2014 14:53
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Yeah I've only used it once a few weeks ago and got the same day delivery and was surprised by the fact that it actually arrived that evening and the quality of the products I bought.

But weirdly I had to sign for the box even though I didn't ask either. <.<

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