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Old 10-22-2017, 07:32 PM   #1
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Amazon Lockers

Anyone use these yet. I have about 5 different campgrounds saved in my Amazon delivery addy. But this is a first for me.

Full-time RVers and snowbirds can use Amazon Locker to receive packages on the road. Be sure to keep these things in mind when using the big yellow boxes.


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Old 10-23-2017, 07:28 PM   #2

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We've used them a few times, they are really convenient. Some will hold your packages for 3 days, some for a week. If you don't pick them up in time your packages will be returned for a full refund.

When your order gets delivered to an Amazon locker you get a pickup code. Go to the location, scan the code on your phone and the right locker bay will pop open. Pick up your package, go. Easy breezy.

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Old 10-23-2017, 11:33 PM   #3
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Yes we have it works great for weekend pickups....but....orders are shipped to the Amazon Warehouse and then it takes 1 -2 days for an email to be sent with the pass code to the locker.
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Old 10-24-2017, 09:55 AM   #4
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I feel kind of silly since i have never heard of them till just now. Just searched las vegas to see how many there are. There are many in the city......of course it is not often i am near a major city and when in a larger city i have so many options to get packages delivered to. I need these when passing though more rural areas where sometimes finding a proper trustworthy addresse to have a package sent to can be more difficult.

Now if i could just pick my shipper with every order (fed ex, ups, or USPS) i would be very happy. The shipping method matters sometimes. Now and again i find shippng company a wont ship to one place and vice versa. I have to have at least two shipping locations ready and when i figure out the shipping method i can then decide where to ship it. Biggest obstacle is using gen delivery from the post office but the package was shipped ups, does not work out well.
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Old 10-24-2017, 10:10 AM   #5
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Seem to be mostly in major cities, not the sort of places I would go camping. I just checked the city near me now (Ocala, FL, population 60,000) and no lockers there are near by.

I've had pretty good service getting Amazon packages delivered right to a campground. A few won't take any mail or packages, but most seem to be willing to accept packages (e.g. Fedex, UPS, USPS Parcels) even though they may say "no mail".
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Use them, LOVE them wish there were more and some larger lockers! I'm in Utah now headed to Arkansas. I have Amazon prime which means free shipping on many things. I have ordered a bunch of stuff to be delivered to a friend's home. I know that I have 30 days to return anything I don’t want to keep and I'll be traveling back thru Phoenix before 30 days is up. Phoenix has many locker locations.
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Old 10-25-2017, 09:07 PM   #7
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They're convenient, but I assume you can only use them for items shipped by Amazon, so keep that in mind. And I had one order where they said the item was too large for the locker.... it was a 10"x15" cutting board, very strange.

Walmart is now experimenting with lockers for ship-to-store orders, also automated pickup kiosks. I was at a store in Savannah GA recently, and they were building a huge wall of lockers. They seem pretty serious about competing. Amazon is still best for most items, but Walmart ship-to-store has come in handy a couple of times.
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They're convenient to use. Have you seen the new service they're offering now?


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