eBay expands UK delivery options with InPost partnership

eBay has entered a new partnership with InPost, giving the online marketplace’s sellers access to 2,500 parcel lockers across the UK.

Sellers will be able to drop of parcels at the lockers, where they will scan a bar code, for onward delivery to buyers’ homes.

InPost lockers, which are accessible 24/7, are currently located at a number of locations, including train stations, petrol forecourts, Tesco, Morrisons, and Lidl.

250 InPost Lockers across the UK will be co-branded with eBay.

“At eBay, we’re committed to providing the right tools and levers to streamline the selling experience and to help our sellers make more money and boost sales,” said Murray Lambell, general manager, eBay UK. “Our partnership with InPost ensures that sellers have greater choice in the delivery options available to them, presenting a convenient method of postage which can save both time and money – which is all the more crucial during this busy trading period.”

The move comes as eBay experiences increased growth in the UK, with research by the e-commerce platform revealing that two thirds - 67 per cent - of British sellers started to sell pre-owned goods during the pandemic to earn extra cash.

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