The website is, of course, open all over the Easter holiday because the site never closes.
However, our last lot of post before Easter will go out on Thursday 17 April, and the next lot will be posted on the Tuesday after Easter. If you want your goodies by Easter, please order them by midday Wednesday – Interlink parcels dispatched on Wednesday will be guaranteed to arrive on Thursday*. First Class Royal Mail Recorded Delivery may take until after the holiday.
The Bridgwater, Somerset based public workshop and golf shop will close on Thursday 17 April at 4.30 and re-opens on the Tuesday after Easter at 9.00.
Happy Easter Golfing!
*UK mainland only. UK offshore locations, as well as selected postcodes in the North of Scotland, can take longer.
You don’t need a code, the P&P has already been taken off on the site for both these accessories.
We will be unable to offer this outside of the UK mainland, unfortunately. And if you add other items to your basket, the P&P for these will apply.
The Freeway Umbrella Holder Looks Even Better When Seen Through Free P&P Vision
The offer will be on until the end of February. Look out for other free P&P deals on this blog, or like our Face Book page, where we often post sudden-sales and flash-deals. Find us on Face Book – Electric Trolley Spares.
We have been using FedEx for our larger, heavier or more valuable items for some time now. However, from this week we are switching to Interlink Express. The benefits to us are practical, but the main thing is that it will deliver a better service to our customers.
The basic service is next working day, so if you order before mid-day, and if we can have it picked/packed before 3.00 PM, it will be delivered the next day. This will still need a signature from you on delivery.
The couriers will email you with your anticipated delivery time slot. Or, they can text you if you add a mobile number. So it’s very important that when placing an order, your email address is right. If it’s not, you won’t hear from them, or from us, because the emails can’t be delivered. Recently we have had shed-loads of ‘undeliverable’ emails because the address has been mis-typed and this is sometimes followed by irate emails from the same customers feeling wounded because they’re being cruelly ignored. They’re not, but if the mail can’t be delivered, there isn’t much we can do about it.
We are still using Royal Mail for the majority of our parcels but anticipate that this will reduce to 50% or under very swiftly now. This is partly due to cost, partly due to convenience for customers and partly due the fact that Royal Mail is less reliable than it was so we feel we need to reduce our usage as and when we can source a better means of delivery.
This applies to UK mainland only, by the way, at the moment.