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Send a parcel to Ireland from only £10.95

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Easy to set up your delivery &…Speedy delivery.

Easy to set up your delivery & collection online. With very speedy delivery to your destination. My parcels were collected from my home on Mon Lunchtime for delivery to my Daughter & Family in Western Australia. She recieved her parcels on the Thursday same week. Absolutely brilliant service. & Tracking all the way. 😍☺☺
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Quick delivery

Quick delivery and in good shape on arrival. Couldn't ask for better. Cheers
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Great service

I use this service to send to family overseas and I have never had a problem, it’s stress free and no aggravation.
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Very reliable

Very reliable, prompt collection and delivery. Charges with insurance are fair and progressive and I will continue to do business with this company.
Help And Advice When Shipping To Ireland

How quickly can you deliver a parcel to Ireland?
Using the UPS Express Saver service, your parcel should arrive in Ireland in 1 to 3 days as an estimated transit time.

Is tracking available on my parcel to Ireland?

Yes, just as long as you have your tracking invoice number. You will be able to watch its every logged move.

How heavy can my parcel to Ireland be?

We allow for parcels from up to 500kg. We do advise you pack your parcel correctly.

What are the import restrictions for sending to Ireland?

Ireland has similar restrictions as the UK, so please check our prohibited and restricted items list before sending.

Will the recipient of my parcel have to pay any taxes?

No, not normally.

Can I have my parcel delivered to a home address in Ireland?

Worldwide Parcel Service only use couriers that pick up directly from your house and deliver to the door of the chosen address to make it as smooth as possible.

Is there any additional cover offered at Worldwide Parcel Services for parcels being sent to Ireland?
We include cover for up to £100 on standard claims cover on parcels as part of the basic booking price (subject to terms and conditions).

What measures can I take to protect fragile parcels that I am sending to Ireland?
Any fragile items which are being sent should be individually wrapped and placed securely in a parcel with no direct contact with any other items in the box. You should also write fragile on the parcel so that our couriers know to take extra care when handling them.

Can I send car parts and other awkward items with WPS?
Yes we can accept car parts, just contact us about your requirements for the parcel delivery and we will be able to deliver it.

How do I become a regular shipper?
To become a regular shipper all you need to do is simply send 4 or more parcels in a month using our parcel delivery service.

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Popular Cities in Ireland we ship to

We ship to all areas of Ireland, and the following are the most popular cities to which we send parcels...

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Parcel to Ireland

Parcel to Ireland

Céad míle fáilte (a thousand welcomes) Ireland is famous for being one of the warmest and welcoming nations in the world. It may be a small country but it has a huge reputation for being a lively and vibrant country.  The Emerald Island has given us many things over the years such as Guinness, St Patrick’s Day and some of the finest rugby players to ever play the game. Ireland is more than just fun place to visit. It is one of the key trading partners of Britain handling well over £1 billion worth of trade every year.

Whether you are sending a parcel to relatives in Cobh, a business letter to Dublin or perhaps a gift to Galway sending a parcel to Ireland can be a difficult process. One of the best options is to use a discount courier service. Here at WPS we are able to deliver parcels to Ireland in 2-3 days from just £10.95.

Worldwide Parcel Services only use trusted and recognised couriers services. We are able to offer a variety of different parcel delivery services including DHL and Interlink. For heavy and awkward parcels, we can deliver a parcel that weighs up to 500kg regardless of its shape or size.

Customs & Duty when Sending to Ireland

When sending a parcel to Ireland, we suggest you follow our restricted and prohibited items list which can be found here, before sending your parcel to Ireland.

You should be made aware that the shipping of the following items are prohibited:

  • Arms and Weapons
  • Animals
  • Plants
  • Coins 
  • Hay
  • Straw
  • Prison - made goods
  • Fireworks
  • Safety Fuses
  • Tobacco based products

There are many more prohibited items which can be found here.

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