At Amazonas UK we offer Free Express Delivery (97% arrive next day) on all UK orders. There is no minimum spend so this is a service everyone receives.
All orders are sent on our Express Service as standard and 97% will arrive the next working day if placed before 12 noon!! The 3% that don't, usually arrive within 2 working days of ordering.
If you want your order delivering to a country outside of the UK then click here.
I live in the Scottish Highlands, none UK mainland or the Channel Islands?
A delivery surcharge may apply to these addresses as well as a slightly extended delivery time. Please contact us for a quotation if you are ordering from outside the mainland UK.
Are you able to allocate delivery slots? Does someone need to be in?
We are not able to allocate delivery slots with any courier service we use, you should however receive an email or text with the ETA of your delivery on the appropriate day. Should you not receive these, you will have been provided with a tracking code that allows you to see real-time updates of your delivery and may find an ETA there. Despite this, 95% of our orders placed before 12 noon will arrive the next working day. If you are not going to be in, you are able to leave a note on your door notifying the courier where to leave the delivery for you, but this is done at your own risk.
Do you deliver outside the UK?
Yes, we can deliver to a variety of addresses outside of the UK. For a delivery quotation for a destination outside of the UK please email us providing the full delivery address and items to be purchased. Please be aware that due to the current Brexit situation, deliveries outside of the UK may be subject to increased delivery and customs charges.
Damages / accepting the delivery
Before accepting and signing for the delivery, customers should check the items and if any damage is suspected ensure that you indicate this when the delivery is signed for. Customers that have received damaged items should notify us within 48 hours of receiving the goods and should provide photographs as evidence.