Using Amazon Lockers is a great alternative to getting your Amazon packages if you don’t want them delivered to your home. However, there are a few things you should know when using Lockers. For example, how long will the Locker hold your package for you? Keep reading to find out!
An Amazon Locker will hold your package for three calendar days after it is delivered to the locker, and after you receive a notification indicating that you can pick it up. If you do not pick up your package in three days, it will be sent back to Amazon.
Below, we go into more detail about exactly what you can expect when you use an Amazon Locker!
Amazon may be able to extend the pickup time you have if you cannot pick up your package from an Amazon Locker. However, this isn’t guaranteed. Therefore, you should always ensure that you can pick up your package three days before ever placing your order.
Things can happen, though, and Amazon tends to understand this. So, if you cannot meet this three calendar day deadline, then give Amazon Support a call on the third day. Let them know the situation and see if you can in any way have the deadline extended.
Amazon Support may allow this to happen; they also may not. It really just depends on your specific situation, as well as where you live.
For example, if you live in a very busy area where those Lockers are used all the time, by so many different people, then Amazon may not have the ability to extend your pickup time by another day or two.
Of course, you never know until you try. So, get in contact with Amazon Support to see if they can help you in any way!
Calendar days are also often called business days. Calendar days are Monday to Friday. Saturday and Sunday are not included.
According to Amazon, you have three calendar days to pick up your package. As this doesn’t include the weekends, this means that if your package was delivered on the weekend, you’ll have up until Wednesday until your package will be sent back.
Accidentally closing an Amazon Locker before you collect your package is actually quite common. Mistakes do happen! Luckily, Amazon knows this and works to make this situation easy for you.
First, try to put in the code you’ve received again to open up the Locker and take your package out. You can also use the barcode that you’ve received in an email from Amazon to try to open up the Locker again.
If this doesn’t work, you can always get in contact with Amazon Support. They’ll be able to possibly send you a new email with a new code and barcode that you can scan and then open the Locker.
Obviously, if this happens, you’ll want to ensure that you call Amazon Support before your three days are up. In this way, you can ensure that you’re getting your package before your three-day timeframe runs out.
If you’re wondering how to report a broken Amazon Locker, it’s always best to quickly get in contact with Amazon Support — especially if you have problems getting to your package. The last thing you want is not being able to get your package before the three-day period is up!
So, to ensure that you get your package in time, always contact Amazon if there are any issues that you have with the Locker. Often, these issues will be fixed immediately. Amazon is very accommodating to their customers in situations like these, for the most part.
Again, it’s important to get in contact with Amazon before your three days are up just to ensure that you have no issues picking up your package!
Amazon Lockers hold packages for three calendar days. After these three days are up, Amazon will then send the package back to them and refund you the order. If you need more days to pick up your package, you can always try getting in contact with Amazon Support.
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