This time year puts the most pressure on shipping companies. Every one is trying to get their gifts sent, and “Santa” is waiting at the door for the special items to arrive. Don’t drive your self nuts wondering if you will miss the next shipment! Every time you see that pastie note on the door after waiting all morning to go shopping and then leaving and coming home know you missed the package can just make you want to pull your hair out! Now you have to figure out how to plan for the next re-delivery!
Why worry about all of that stress? Wouldn’t it be nice if you could tell the delivery truck when they can come over? Wouldn’t it be nice not to pull your hair out over the pastie note on your door telling you that you missed the delivery truck? And if you still can’t make it home because you are away at work, or just don’t want to even take the time to meet the delivery truck and just want the driver to place the package in a special place at your home.
Well UPS My Choice has solved that issue! You tell them when to drop it off. You tell them where to place the package. You control the entire process. They send email, text, or phone alerts giving you a heads up on the upcoming delivery. There are two options – the first is a FREE option for everyone to use! The other option is a paid option for those who want more control, and maybe expect even more packages or time sensitive packages. For only $40 for the annual subscription this will totally save you any mental stress! Learn more on the UPS My Choice
To help get the word out about the UPS My Choice – They have offered to give one of our readers a $100 American Express gift card! After all of the spending from the holidays, I am sure we could all use $100!!!!
To enter to win:
- Go to UPS My Choice and sign up for the free service at UPS My Choice
- After signing up – Come back to THIS post and post a comment on THIS POST stating what you did to enter.
One winner will be chosen by random from the comments left on this post. Giveaway ends Dec 23, 2011 at 10pm mtn. All opinions are my own. A Thrifty Mom,Inc was compensation for this post. Official rules and full disclaimer