The typical timeframe for Royal Mail redelivery is 1-3 working days, although this can vary depending on the local delivery office and the availability of delivery slots. When scheduling a redelivery, you’ll be given a range of available dates and times to choose from, so you can select the option that works best for you.
It’s worth noting that if you’re requesting redelivery on a Saturday, the available delivery slots may be more limited than on weekdays. Additionally, during busy periods such as Christmas, there may be a longer wait time for redelivery due to increased demand.
How to Track Your Package:
If you’re waiting for a redelivery from Royal Mail, you can track your package online to see its progress. Royal Mail offers a tracking service called “Track and Trace”, which allows you to check the status of your package at any time.
To track your package, you’ll need the reference number on the “something for you” card left by the postman. Enter this reference number on the Royal Mail website, and you’ll be able to see the current status of your package, including whether it’s out for delivery or scheduled for redelivery.
If you’re concerned about the status of your package or it’s taking longer than expected to arrive, you can contact Royal Mail customer service for further assistance.
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