Shoppers Purchase and Post Gifts on the Spot

With the Christmas shopping rush in full swing, leading parcel delivery service CouriersPlease (CP) has opened a PopUp Stand in Westfield Bondi Junction to enable customers to conveniently courier recently purchased presents to loved ones around Australia and overseas to 220 countries.

Pop-Up Stand Lissa.jpg CP is one of Australia’s largest parcel delivery services, and last year delivered more than 1 million parcels across Australia in December alone. The PopUp Stand is operating for two weeks between 4-17 December, to help shoppers save time by buying and sending gifts all at once.

Located on Level 1 of the centre in front of the Oxfam Shop and Bankwest, CP’s PopUp Stand offers competitive flat rate pricing on domestic and international priority express.

Pop-Up Stand Lissa 2.jpg Operating like a mini postal store allows customers who purchase Christmas gifts from Westfield Bondi Junction stores to bring their presents straight to the stand, place them in a CP package and ship them anywhere domestically and internationally.

The partnership with Scentre Group, owner and operator of Westfield in Australia and New Zealand, comes after a recent announcement by CP that customers could now redirect parcels to a parcel locker (POPStation) in their area if they will not be home to receive them. This service is available at 22 Westfield shopping centres across New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland.

The CP PopUp Stand is located on Level 1 of Westfield Bondi Junction, 500 Oxford St, Bondi Junction NSW 2022.



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