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Topic # 86013 29-Jun-2011 16:04
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Does anyone know the closing time of the courier post city depot in Sandringham?
I was hoping to collect a parcel tonight?




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  Reply # 487480 29-Jun-2011 16:19
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Note I've moved this to other forum - "Geekzone" is for site-related discussions only, "Off Topic" is more appropriate.





 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 487484 29-Jun-2011 16:29
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Yes, doesnt tell me times though :-(




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  Reply # 487492 29-Jun-2011 16:50
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Shindig: Yes, doesnt tell me times though :-(


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  Reply # 487500 29-Jun-2011 16:58
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boby55:
Ring them?


haha, yeah, when presented with only a phone number and address the best bet is always to call.  You may even find that they may stay open a bit later for you to allow you to collect your stuff Laughing

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  Reply # 487502 29-Jun-2011 17:02
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I would have taken the contact/location indicator as a suggestion to ring them.


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  Reply # 487509 29-Jun-2011 17:26
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Shindig: Does anyone know the closing time of the courier post city depot in Sandringham?
I was hoping to collect a parcel tonight?


Ten minutes before you are able to get there... always the way! I know last time I collected a package it was 5pm which was a struggle.

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  Reply # 487562 29-Jun-2011 21:23
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Shindig: Yes, doesnt tell me times though :-(


It does show the times for every shop on the bottom of the page under the "opening hours" tab.

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