Neighborhood Parcel can land you a helping hand at airport and save you some money. We simplify the process but packaging and shipping your luggage worldwide via a wide network of carriers. Neighborhood Parcel offers full service packaging and shipping via all major carriers at fraction of Airline rates! Travel with peace of mind, leave the worrying behind.
” I use the service myself when I am traveling, I can ship my luggage ahead of time, usually a week if I am on intercontinental flights, I ship the luggage from the office in Lowell MA and I usually find the luggage at the Hotel when I arrive there. I save so much time at airport, I do not have to wait for luggage or rent carts to transport it to my rental car. The service is great and affordable ” Ads Mr Gomez from Lava Inc.
Avoid carrying your luggage or sports equipment to and from the airport By shipping your luggage. You simply bring your luggage, sport equipment or clothing to Neighborhood Parcel, their professional staff will properly package your items and ship them to the destination of your choice. You can monitor the progress of your shipment through their real time tracking system.
They will give you tracking information and estimated arrival of your luggage; all services are backed by their Service promise and offer some of the lowest prices in Boston area. “Shipping your luggage ahead of time is a convenient way to travel these days, we are expanding our services and will soon be offering luggage pick up service within 35 Miles radius of Boston, we understand your luggage transport is important and customers can find the process to be very user friendly and backed by our service promise ” ads Mr Bechat Director Of Operations of Neighborhood Parcel.
Why Should You ship luggage:
- Economical: Shipping luggage is cheaper than Airline fees
- Convenience: No Hassle at airport, no waiting at luggage pick up
- Time Saver: Fast check in
- Tracking: You know where your luggage is at any time thru real time tracking
- Value Protection against loss or damage.
- Luggage will be at destination waiting your arrival.
- Proper Packaging of your luggage
- Safe network of carriers.
- Free Pick up within 35 Miles (*) Restrictions apply.
- Convenient store location
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We shipped luggage for a lady last night, she stated that she was able to save $120.00 on two suit cases and the best part was she was not going to carry them any longer! They willbe at her house in few days!
W are often asked if we ship worldwide, the answer is Yes.
Customers will still be responsible to clear customs and pay any custom duties and taxes. Please check list of restricted items.
PR Press Quote: “A rundown of baggage fees at major U.S. airlines:
_American Airlines, AirTran Airways, Continental Airlines: $15 for the first checked piece of luggage, $25 for the second.
_Alaska Air: Passengers traveling on tickets purchased before May 1, or for travel before July 7, can check one bag for free. The second bag is $25. Beginning July 7, Alaska is adding a $15 charge for the first bag.
_Delta Air Lines and Northwest Airlines: $15 for the first, $25 for the second. For international tickets, the first two checked bags are still free. But for flights to Europe, Delta and Northwest are adding a $50 charge for the second checked bag beginning with tickets bought May 23 for travel beginning July 1.
_JetBlue Airways: First bag is free, $20 for the second.
_Southwest Airlines: First two bags are free.
_United Airlines: $15 for the first, $25 for the second, if paid online. If paid at the airport, United adds an extra $5 for tickets purchased beginning May 14.
_US Airways: $15 for the first, $25 for the second. Beginning with flights on July 9, US Airways will add $5 if the fee is paid at the airport for tickets purchased beginning April 23.
Note: All charges are for domestic flights, except where noted for Delta. The charges generally don’t apply to first-class or business-class travelers, high-level frequent fliers and some other categories of passengers, such as active-duty military personnel.”
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